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Frankie Fronte's Soundcheck on the American Idol Experience
Mike Baldarelli and Gabe Aprea perform the famous Abbott and Costello routine at the Whitney Players Holiday Cabaret 2009.
Recently, our very own talented youngsters Jillian Elliott, Mia Laguna and Grace McGovern went and auditioned in New York for "Annie". There, they were interviewed by the New York Times. Visit this link and click on their headshot for their audio clip interview!
"Garbage Man" is a film submitted to the Ideat Village 48 Hour Film Festival by Whitney Players Amanda Tiroletto and Paul Falzone. The film was written, filmed, and edited in 48 hours. Featured in the film are Whitney Player Alejandro Lopez and Darragh McNicholl, brother of Gavin.
Hamden Journal Review of The Whitney Players' "Annie"
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Cindy Simell-Devoe "Annie" interview on Total Access with Michael Maze on KC 101
The Whitney Players performing to "Spit" by Derek Clay on CT Style!
Watch this clip to see some of very own Whitney Players interviewed by the New Haven Register's Ann DeMatteo. Also provided is an article with quotes from Cindy and more information on Cinderella!
Click this image to see and read the interviews!
Hamden Patch.com reporter Noah Golden interviews Cindy Simell-Devoe, Paul Falzone and Michael LoPiano about West Side Story.
Check it out here!
Justin Scalzo stars in this television drama. Viewer discretion is advised for the trailer below.
Our very own Albert Glassman stars as Robert Maxwell, a passionate writer whose mind begins to be overrun with disturbing thoughts in this Rated R horror flick by Legion Films. Viewer discretion is advised for the trailer below.
Blood Descendants Trailer
Whitney Players Paul Falzone and Art Longley appear in this Tripeg Studios horror film. Viewer discretion is advised for the trailer below.
Interview with Cindy Simell-Devoe on Hamden Online Daily News
http://www.hamdendailynews.com/ArchivesHCJanMarch07.html (Scroll about half way down the page to read interview)
NOTE: If any of the above links do not work, try copy and pasting the URL into your browser.
http://hofstrapulse.wordpress.com/2009/04/ (scroll down to see article on Chris and "On the Rocks".
Julia Hirsch sings "Some Things Are Meant To Be" from the musical "Little Women"
Kevin Downing, Emma Downing, Katlyn Rapini, Tracy Barletta, Katie Casoria, Kelly Reilly, Jackie Downing & Mat Pellegrino perform "Doctor, Doctor" for the Camp Rising Sun benefit in the Fall of 2007.
Chris D"Amato and classmate Louis Aquilar created and produced a detective film "On the Rocks". Here is a clip of the stage performance of "On the Rocks". Viewer Discretion is advised. Many more clips of the whole series are available on YouTube. Also provided is a question and answer with Chris and Aquilar provided by Hofstra Pulse.