Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Adrian Gomes, 11, of Summit has been performing since the second grade, currently he plays the main character Amahl in several performances of “Amahl and the Night Visitors.”
Although only in the sixth grade, Summit resident Adrian Gomes has a significant resume of performances and aspirations of one day acting on Broadway. Right now, Gomes is playing the lead role in several performances of “Amahl and the Night Visitors” at the Oakes Center in Summit. Gomes, 11, is in his first year at Summit Middle School and has already performed in the schools’ recent play, The Hobbit. Currently, Gomes is playing Amahl in Amahl and the Night Vistiors, a story of the three kings and their overnight stay in the home of a widow and her crippled son before they continue the journey to deliver gifts to baby Jesus. Amahl is the crippled son of the widow who often tells fantasies or lies to his mother, when he tells her that …
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Shabazz was a 2006 graduate of Summit High School, and a 2011 graduate of Kean University. He was a standout Football Player and Drama performer for both
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Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Aug. 1, on the SyFy network, the television show "School Spirits" will feature a Summit actor on the program, which starts at 10pm. Shabazz Green aill appear in an episode called "Frat House Phantom" along with Jake Kim Choi Tyler Cox Joel Ingram Paul Castro Jr. Kati Rae Cowardin Victoria Humpert-Rhea Nicholas Teti Brock Yuric and many others. "Shabazz was a 2006 graduate of Summit High School," his father Frank Green, wrote to Patch in an email. Shabazz was a Summit High School gradute and a 2011 graduate of Kean University. "He was a standout football player and drama performer for both", said the elder Green.
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Performer Sarah Mason,13, makes her Macy's Thanksgiving Parade debut.
Sarah Mason, who recently moved to Summit performed a song marking the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade's 85th year. She joined other theater students during the opening number and will also help close the show with Santa Clause. Mason, who's been acting since 10, joins other Stagedoor Manor students from neighboring NJ areas. Many proud local mothers are no doubt watching along the parade route this morning. “I’m very excited. I think this is a great experience for her,” said Mason's mother Maurene Singer. She said she was happy her teen would be rejoining her friends from acting camp during the performance. For Singer, a performer who studied with the lauded acting coach Stella Adler, seeing her daughter perform in the Macy's Thanksgiving …