Harlequin Club

Chicago Fall 2019 Newsletter #3

Opening Day is a Month Away! Big Announcement!

The kids are working so hard on the show and just finished a fantastic cabaret on Saturday night. Congrats to all the performers and the folks who came out to support them and the club. Please take the time to read this newsletter because there is a super exciting announcement at the end!!!

Cabaret Highlights

Chicago Ticket Sales Open to the Public on Saturday!

Don't wait any longer - scoop up the best seats in the house before sales open up to the public!


Remember our presale password is parents.

Please turn in ads as quickly as possible!

Putting together the Playbill is a huge job and the earlier Regina can get the ads in the better. Thanks so much! You can find the form here https://www.cbsd.org/Page/45108.


Broadway Breakfast at Cafe with Soul

Imagine the fun of a singing waitstaff restaurant right here in Doylestown! On Saturday, October 26th the CB West Harlequin Club is taking over Café with Soul and providing diners with just that kind of fun dining experience. Between the hours of 8-11:30am guests of the restaurant will enjoy performances from the club’s upcoming musical, Chicago, as well as selections from other Broadway favorites. No special tickets or reservations. Just come out for breakfast and enjoy the entertainment! Café with Soul is located at 800 N. Easton Road in Doylestown. A portion of the proceeds from the breakfast will be donated to the Harlequin Club. We look forward to seeing you there! Students interested in singing at the event should contact Jessica. Crew students interested in helping should contact Molly Clark. Please share event information with friends and family. You can share from our Facebook page or you can share the Patch event. https://patch.com/pennsylvania/doylestown/calendar/event/20191026/663839/broadway-breakfast-at-cafe-with-soul

Harlequin Club is going to the PA Thespian Conference January 2-4 in York, PA

We are going to the State conference and are in the process of booking our transportation and hotel for the three day conference. Students interested in individual entries must register by October 15th. A separate email was sent about registration. If your student wants to go, but has not yet sent in the $100 deposit, you must contact Suzanne ASAP and send in the deposit.

We are thrilled to announce that Lou Volpe is Keynote Speaker for our Thespian Society Induction Ceremony!

Big picture

Ceremony set for Tuesday, November 12th immediately following the Gold Card Performance

Pictured above: Lou Volpe with Josh Radnor who played Lou in the television series Rise.

IMDb bio:

Lou Volpe is the inspiration for the non-fiction book Drama High: The Incredible True Story of a Brilliant Teacher, a Struggling Town, and the Magic of Theater by former student Michael Sokolove. For 44 years, until he retired in 2013, Volpe ran the award winning drama program at Harry S Truman High School in Levittown, Pennsylvania. His theater program was the first to do high school level productions of several Broadway hits including Rent, Les Misérables, and Beauty and the Beast.

We are recommending that all students read the book Drama High before the induction.