Charter/CabThon 2018 on March 23rd
Helping ALL kids win their fight against cancer
Cab Calloway is joining forces with the Charter School of Wilmington to beat childhood cancer. Cab Calloway students are invited to sign up and attend Charter/CabThon 2018 on March 23rd in the Gym at Charter School of Wilmington. Please help us beat Charter by raising more funds than them raise and in turn, helping ALL kids win their fight against cancer. See Mrs. Supplee in the library if you are interested in attending. She is responsible for ALL CAB students attending the event.
Mystery at the Gala!
An Interactive Dinner Theatre Production
An Interactive Dinner Theatre Production
February 2nd and 3rd at 5:00pm
Join us for a night of murder, mystery, and silliness with our interactive dinner performance “Mystery at the Gala”. Meet and mingle with the outlandish members of the Art Museum as they work out a whodunit that could put the museum into bankruptcy. Be sure to question and get to know our characters as you enjoy a delicious dinner, and afterward, help the detective crack the case! Performances run Friday and Saturday, February 2nd and 3rd 2018 and are each roughly three hours in length.
Join us at 5:00pm to meet our Characters and eat hors’ devoures!
Seussical Jr. tickets are on-sale NOW!
Performances are Feb. 9th, 10th @ 2pm & 7pm
Please join us for our wonderful Middle School Musical production of this fantastic Dr. Seuss inspired Musical.
Performances are Friday, Feb. 9th @ 7pm and Saturday Feb. 10th @ 2pm & 7pm
Horton the Elephant, the Cat in the Hat and all of your favorite Dr. Seuss characters spring to life onstage in Seussical JR., a fantastical musical extravaganza from Tony-winners, Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty.
Transporting audiences from the Jungle of Nool to the Circus McGurkus, the Cat in the Hat narrates the story of Horton the Elephant, who discovers a speck of dust containing tiny people called the Whos. Horton must protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, and he must also guard an abandoned egg that’s been left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird. Although Horton faces ridicule, danger and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him. Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant!
Go to: https://cabcalloway.ticketleap.com/seussical-jr/ for more information and get your tickets
CCSA welcomes Maurice Hines to the Cab Calloway Theatre
Kicks off 2018 Speaker Series: The Art of Conversation!
On Wednesday, January 23rd, as part of the Art of Conversation speaker series, Cab Calloway School of the Arts welcomed Maurice Hines to the Cab Calloway Theatre. The Art of Conversation speaker series invites the public to listen to three accomplished professionals, all with ties to the Wilmington area. The speakers will share their varied stories and experiences on how their careers came to be.
A revered actor, dancer, director and choreographer, as well as, Tony Nominee for Best Actor in 1986, Mr. Hines kicked off the series reflecting upon his life working in the arts.
The evening began with Bud Martin, director of the Delaware Theatre Company, introducing Mr. Hines and outlining a lifetime of achievement. Mr. Hines took to the stage to raucous applause, and gave a two-step which showed how spry this 74 year old still was.
Mr. Martin conducted an interview which ranged from the beginning of Mr. Hines career, starting at 5 years old. The conversation included story’s about Gregory Hines, Mr. Hines’ brother, who was dancing along with the interviewee starting at age 3. The boys worked together until they were in their late teens. During this time they met and performed with many luminaries of the late 40’s and 50’s, names such as Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Sammy Davis Jr. and most notably, our namesake, Cab Calloway.
When asked what advice he would give to Cab Calloway School of the Arts students hopeful for a career in show business, Mr. Hines remarked “people will try to limit you, as long as you don’t limit yourself you can make it” and “never give up, always believe in yourself.” Truly words students can live by.
Two additional speakers as part of the Art of Conversation come to the Cab Calloway Theatre in February and April.
On February 28th, Cab welcomes Susan Stroman. Mrs. Stroman was born in Wilmington and began studying dance at the age of five at the Academy of the Dance in Wilmington. She majored in Theatre at the University of Delaware. She is the recipient of 5 Tony Awards, 2 Laurence Olivier Awards, and many more. She directed and choreographed “The Producers”, which won a record 12 Tony Awards.
On April 25th, Cab welcomes Sarah McBride. Ms. McBride is the National Press Secretary for the Human Rights Campaign. In 2012, Sarah made national headlines when she came out as transgender while serving as student body president at American University. A native of Wilmington and graduate of Cab Calloway SotA, Sarah last year made history when she became the first openly transgender person to address a major party’s political convention when she spoke at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
For more information on the speakers, visit artofconversations.org. The series is a collaboration of the Delaware Theatre Company and the Cab Calloway School Fund.
Designer Bag Bingo 2018!
Support the PTSO March 2nd!
Support Cab Calloway Middle and High School -Attend the Spring Fundraiser, Designer Bag Bingo on MAR 2
ONLINE Registration (thru Ticketleap): https://ccsaptso.ticketleap.com/designer-bag-bingo-2018/
Or Manual Registration Form: download here: Form!
Assessments are still a go!
On Jan. 6th, please plan to attend normal times
Despite the recent inclement weather, we ARE open for assessments this Saturday, January 6th. Please plan to attend during normal times.
Winter showcase Livestream 2017!
The 12 Joys of Cab
Come join us via the internet to see the Winter Showcase!
The below link is the youtube link, ENJOY!
Ugly Holiday Sweater 2018!
Congrats to the winners!
Which High School Will You Choose?
Discover your future with High School: A Quick Guide to Red Clay Schools
The Red Clay Consolidated School District is pleased to announce the release of High School: A Quick Guide to Red Clay Schools, a handy new resource for prospective Red Clay high schoolers.
With this guide, it’s easier than ever to learn about the unique offerings at Red Clay’s comprehensive high schools and magnet schools. Students can also explore over 50 ways to earn college credit during high school, and discover their future through a catalog of 40 career pathways and programs of study.
This guide is an excellent resource for families during the School Choice window, which ends on January 10, 2018. We encourage 8th graders and their parents to take some time over the Winter Break to learn about Red Clay’s future-ready high schools and start thinking about which programs best fit their interests and aspirations.
High School: A Quick Guide to Red Clay Schools
Escuela Secundaria: Guia Rapida de las Escuelas de Red Clay
FIREFLY RAFFLE ends 12/16
Only two weeks left!
Do you want to go to Firefly this June, but don’t want to spend $600? Buy a chance to win a weekend pass for two to Firefly 2018!
For a limited time only, raffle tickets will be sold: one chance for $20, two for $30. Don’t miss out!
Purchase online: https://squareup.com/store/CabPTSO
Or send in THIS FORM
Tickets will be sold until 12/16/17, when the winner will be notified.
Makes a great holiday gift!
Contributions are tax deductible.
Thank you for supporting our teachers, students and staff!
NEW SPEAKER SERIES COMES TO WILMINGTON
Help us kick off our endowment at artofconversations.org
2018 SPEAKER SERIES: THE ART OF CONVERSATION
JANUARY 23, 2018 – MAURICE HINES
FEBRUARY 28, 2018 – SUSAN STROMAN
APRIL 25, 2018 – SARAH McBRIDE
Purchase your tickets here: https://cabcalloway.ticketleap.com/the-art-of-conversation/
See more info here: artofconversations.org
WILMINGTON, DE (December 4, 2017) — A new speaker series invites the public to listen to three distinguished professionals, all with ties to the Wilmington area. The speakers will share their varied stories and experiences on how their passionate careers came to be.
Maurice Hines will kick off the series on January 23, 2018 at 8pm in the Cab Calloway Theatre. Hines’ Broadway credits are numerous; he’s a revered actor, dancer, director and choreographer, and was a Tony Nominee for Best Actor in 1986.
Susan Stroman was born in Wilmington and began studying dance at the age of five at the Academy of the Dance in Wilmington. She majored in Theatre at the University of Delaware. She is the recipient of 5 Tony Awards, 2 Laurence Olivier Awards, and many more. She directed and choreographed “The Producers”, which won a record 12 Tony Awards.
Sarah McBride is the National Press Secretary for the Human Rights Campaign. In 2012, Sarah made national headlines when she came out as transgender while serving as student body president at American University. A native of Wilmington, Sarah last year made history when she became the first openly transgender person to address a major party’s political convention when she spoke at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
The series is sold as one package for $75.00. Tickets are available online now at cabcalloway.ticketleap.com. For more information on the speakers, visit artofconversations.org.
The series is a collaboration of the Delaware Theatre Company and the Cab Calloway School Fund.
Showstoppers 2017 Livestream!
Missed getting tickets to tonight’s show? Check out the Cab Calloway Livestream by clicking the link below! The link should be active tonight around 6:30pm.
Thanks for putting this on Mr. Greider and directed by Matt J.!
P4 Holiday Cards are here!
P4 is once again selling holiday cards to aid North Korean Refugees. All cards feature our own Cab students’ artwork. The order form is attached below:
You don’t want to miss out!
Shane van Neerden Solo Piano Concert – November 8th at 7:00PM
Come see Shane van Neerden’s Solo Piano Concert in the Cab Calloway Theatre on November 8th at 7:00 PM performing the works of Schubert, Chopin, Debussy, and Scriabin.
*Please note: There are no tickets – donations gratefully accepted, half of which go toward the endowment of the Cab Fund for all our programs