Sounds of the Season:

The Film Edition

Join Break a Leg Theater Works as we present our next virtual experience with our holiday cabaret, Sounds of the Season: The Film Edition!

 

You’ll hear legendary holiday classics you love, and you’ll add some new ones to your holiday playlist as well! 

Sit back, relax, and sing along from the comfort of your own home as our cast of 50 students from over 30 towns across the South Shore take you on a whimsical holiday adventure which is sure to keep your hands clapping, toes tapping and heart soaring. Join Break a Leg Theater Works for Sounds of the Season: The Film Edition December 23rd-26th. Tickets are on sale now!

Show Dates

  • December 23, 2020 @ 7:00 PM EST

  • December 24, 2020 @ 7:00 PM EST

  • December 25, 2020 @ 1:00 PM EST

  • December 26, 2020 @ 7:00 PM EST

Location

  • Livestream, viewable on computers, mobile devices, and smart TVs

Tickets

  • $20.00 per streaming device or viewer

 

Our Cast

Alexander Yi

Student

Alexander Yi (10) is a member of Break A Leg’s Junior Performance troupe and loving all the great performance opportunities coming his way — he was delighted to land a rap solo in Sounds of the Season 2020. When not working on BAL projects, Alex studies the guitar and piano, plays tennis and hockey, and hangs out with his dog, Max. He is famous among family and friends for his “one man” concerts and is often invited to sing and perform — in 2017 at age 7 Alex performed a ukulele solo on Steve Harvey’s Little Big Shots.

Brody McGraw

Student

Brody is 13 years old and is excited to be part of his 4th Sounds of the Season production and 4th year with Break a Leg! Over the years he has played several different roles including Chef Louis in the Little Mermaid, Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls and looks forward to playing Captain Hook in the upcoming production of Disney's Peter Pan! He would like to thank all of his amazing friends and family at BAL especially Kyle, Healy and Drew for their incredible support and hard work!

Caroline Holmes

Student

Caroline Holmes is a sophomore at Plymouth North High School. This is her second production at BAL. Thank you to Kyle and Healy and production team!

Catie Theran

Student

My name is Catie, I am 15 and I love to sing!! I have been in a ton of musicals and hopefully many more, some being shrek, Annie, Legally blonde etc! I am so happy to be apart of BAL!!

Craig Nagle

Student

Craig is excited to perform in his second film for Break a Leg Theater Works. Sounds of the Season was another great experience.  Craig started dancing on stage at age 3 and has been performing ever since! Enjoy the show and Happy Holidays!

Davis White

Student

My name is Davis White and this is my third show at Break a Leg. I was in Guys and Dolls as Big Julie, in a Break a Leg summer camp, and also have been in Sound of the Seasons before.

Ella Batogowski

Student

Ella is a 11th grader at Marshfield High School. She began her career on the stage at the age of 4 dancing Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Contemporary and Acro. She has held roles with local theater groups and schools clubs including Lion King, Jr., Misfits Christmas, Hoodie and Actor’s Worst Nightmare (Festival performances), Ever After, The Taming of Katy Lou, Once on this Island, Jr. as Mama Euralie, Elf Jr., Xanadu, Cinderella in Into the Woods with Cohasset Dramatic Club, Shrek with BAL, Hunyak in Chicago, Star to be in Annie and Seussical with HCMT. Ella also plays Lacrosse and enjoys hanging out with her friends.

Hana Bowker-Wickersham

Student

Hana is so excited to be apart of Sounds of the Season: The Film Edition! She has been apart of the Break a Leg family for 4 years now and it’s been an amazing journey. Some favorite credits include Judy in Night of the Living Dead, Spot Conlon in Newsies, and Cousin Rhonnie in the original show Company for the Holidays. Hana has especially loved getting to work on the behind the scenes side of filming with getting to be an intern for this movie and would like to thank the whole production team for the wonderful experience! Enjoy the show!

Hannah Ferro

Student

This is Hannah Ferro. Hannah Ferro is a Junior at Plymouth North High School. During Sounds of the Season; Film Edition, Hannah was one of two choreographers, and a performer. She wants to say a huge thank you to Kyle, Healy, Drew, Erin, Justin, all of the interns, and especially a huge thanks to Sydney Peterson for being such a great dance partner ;). Sounds of the Season was so different, yet so fun and fulfilling for this holiday season!

James Byrne

Student

James Byrne is glad to be able to be partaking in Sounds of the Season: The Film Edition, and he can't wait for everyone to enjoy it at home. James is 13 and is in 8th grade at Rising Tide Charter Public School. He greatly enjoys performing and learning with Break A Leg through master classes, musicals, or films like this! He hopes to continue with Break A Leg to build his musical theatre resume to hopefully pursue the art as a career. He hopes you enjoy the movie!

Juliet Nielsen

Student

Juliet Nielsen started her classical guitar training at the age of three at the South Shore Conservatory. She has placed at string competitions, earned honors level for her Royal Conservatory Exams, and performed at the New England Conservatory’s Massachusetts Suzuki Festivals. She was also an Ukulele All Star for her elementary school’s Ukulele club. Last year, she had a lead role as Grace for the “Annie” school play. Both Juliet and her brother, Joshua, enjoy playing ensemble music for their church.

Kendra Moore

Student

Kendra is an 8th grader at Holbrook Middle High School. She has been in several musical theater productions around the south shore. Kendra is thrilled to be performing for the second time with Break A Leg in Sounds of the Season.

Lauren Velasco-O’Donovan

Student

Lauren is delighted to be taking part in her 1st Sounds of the seasons with Break A Leg Theater Works. Lauren has been involved in theatre for 5 years. She has enjoyed playing many different roles with Bay Colony Performing Arts and has also performed in Willy Wonka at The Wheelock Family Theatre and Suessical at the Black Box. She is really looking forward to getting back to live performances.

Livy Rodrigues

Student

Livy is happy to be performing during this very different holiday season. Livy is a senior at Marshfield High School and this is her 19th production with Break A Leg Theater Works! She wants to thank Kyle, Healy, Drew, Arman, Justin and the rest of the cast and crew for making these uncertain times feel normal! Love to my BAL family and happy holidays <3

Maura McGraw

Student

Maura is so excited to be in her first ever Break A Leg production! She would love to thank Kyle, Healy, and the rest of the Sounds of the Season Cast and Crew and wishes everyone a safe and happy holidays!

Maximus Glover

Student

Max and his family are so excited for the show they are so proud of him he is an amazing kid and student he loves his family friends and his Breakaleg family hes a good actor singer and dancer

Paul Newcomb

Student

I am in 9th grade at rising tide charter public school. I have been with BAL since their third and plan to be with them in the future.

Sadie Maw

Student

Sadie Maw is a 16 year old junior at Notre Dame Academy. She is thrilled to be joining Break a Leg for the third time in Sounds of the Season. Favorite credits include: Narrator in Into the Woods, Avery in Charlotte's Web, and Our Announcer in Vintage Hitchcock. She'd like to give a huge thank you to Kyle and Healy, as well as everyone else who made this amazing show a possibility. Lots of love!

Samuel Nawazelski

Student

Sam is a 10 year old boy that loves playing the piano, dancing, acting and singing! He's been a student at the Live, Love, Dance Studio for 5 years and has taken hip hop, acro and ballet classes. He is also a Cub Scout and enjoys reading and learning about all different species of animals. This is his first live production with Break A Leg. He's so excited to be a part of Sounds of the Season this year!

Skye Fortier

Student

Skye Fortier is very excited to be apart of Break A Leg’s newest cabaret. She has been at BAL for over a year and has been featured in The Night of the Living Dead Movie Musical, The American Songbook Cabaret, Let’s Go to the Movies Cabaret, and Shrek the Musical. She’s very excited to see all of her castmates’ performances, and is sending love to all of them!

Sophie Gaughan

Student

Hi! I am Sophie Gaughan a 7th grader at Falmouth Academy. I have been in over 30 plays since I was in kindergarten. My most recent role was Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins. I started doing online classes with Break a Leg Theater this spring. This is my first production with BAL and I hope there will be many more!

Ty Ferro

Student

Ty Ferro is super stoked to be returning and singing with his friends in this Break A Leg Christmas Spectacular! He wants to wish everyone watching and everyone involved a very Holly Jolly Christmas, since it is the best time of the year!

Ava Newman

Student

Ava is a happy, fun, and chatty 4th grader from Nathaniel Morton Elementary School. She loves Break a Leg, watching American Ninja Warrior, swimming, and SNOW!

Carly Williams

Student

Carly Williams is thrilled to be performing alongside her talented friends in Sounds of the Season! Currently a sophomore in high school, Carly has been performing with Break A Leg Theater Works for three years. Her favorite BAL show was Night of the Living Dead. Other favorite past roles include Small Alison in Fun Home, Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird, Mary Lennox in The Secret Garden and Young Cosette in Les Miserables. Thanks to Kyle, Healy, and the entire production crew!

Caroline McGraw

Student

Caroline McGraw from Plymouth, Massachusetts is 10 years old and has been with Break a Leg for 2 years. She is thrilled to be part of her 3rd Sounds of the Season performance! She played Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer in the 2019 Sounds of the Season and is excited to be back playing the role again this year! Thanks to everyone at Break a Leg!

Charlie Solari

Student

Charlie is thrilled to be performing in Sounds of the Season, his first movie with Break a Leg. Charlie has appeared in numerous shows with Break a Leg, including starring in one of their first musicals. He is sixteen years old and a junior at Thayer Academy. He would like to thank Kyle, Healy, and the production team for making this production happen as safely as possible during this pandemic.

Dani Masterpolo

Student

Dani Masterpolo is 12 years old and in 6 grade at Kingston Intermediate School. She had been at Break A Leg for over 4 years. This will be her second film recording. Dani is so excited to see the finished product and so grateful for all the amazing opportunities BAL has given her! Thank you for everything! Sounds Of The Season will be absolutely amazing!

Elina Symes

Student

Elina is a 10 year old, 5th grade student at Kingston Intermediate School. This will be her 3rd Sounds of the Season show. Elina has been in 16 productions between Break A Leg and Anderson Anderdaughter. She loves theatre and her BAL family. Thanks to Healy, Kyle, Drew, Alice and the rest of the team that made Sounds of the Season possible this year. Can’t wait until we’re all back together again sometime soon!

Ella Dunlap

Student

Hi! My name is Ella Dunlap, I am 13 years old and I’m in 8th grade. I’ve been with Break a Leg since I was in 5th grade. I want to be an actress/singer when I’m older.

Hannah Dwyer

Student

Hannah Dwyer is an 8th grader at Gates Middle School in Scituate. She is excited to be in her second film at Break A Leg Theater Works. She would like to thank everyone with BAL for such a fun and unique experience!

Isabella Letorney

Student

Isabella Letorney is so pumped to be back singing with her talented friends in Sounds of the Season! Isabella is currently a sophomore at Duxbury High School. She has been a part of Break A Leg Theater Works for 5 years. She is so thankful to Break A Leg for all of the amazing opportunities they have given her. Sounds of the Season is going to be epic, thank you Kyle, Healy, and the whole production team! Happy holidays everyone!

Joshua Nielsen

Student

Joshua Nielsen started his classical guitar training at the age of three at the South Shore Conservatory. He has placed at string competitions, earned honors level for his Royal Conservatory Exams with the highest score in Massachusetts, and performed at the New England Conservatory’s Massachusetts Suzuki Festivals. He has also been an active member of concert band playing the alto saxophone and plays electric guitar for his junior high jazz band. Last year, he had an electric guitar solo for the Plymouth Public School’s “This is Me” Opening Day Performance. Both Joshua and his sister, Juliet, enjoy playing ensemble music for their church.

Katherine Dee

Student

Katherine is thrilled to be joining the cast of “Sounds of the Season” for her second production at Break a Leg! Katherine is 16 and a Junior at Notre Dame Academy. She most recently had the pleasure in playing Helen is Break a Leg’s virtual movie production of “Night of the Living Dead!” Other memorable credits include The Witch in “Into the Woods” and Amantha Abernathy in “Anybody for Tea?” She thanks her family, friends, and teachers for supporting her through this process and the entire cast and crew for continuing to welcome her into the Break A Leg family.

Kiel Barnicle

Student

Kiel is excited to be doing his second film with Break A Leg (BAL). He’s a junior at Bridgewater Raynham Regional High School. He previously played Tom in Night of the Living Dead: High School Edition! He’s only been with BAL since February and has loved every moment of it. He’s looking forward to the future with BAL. Kiel would like to thank Kyle, Healy and everyone else at BAL, and his family for their support.

Leah Parrett

Student

Hi! My name is Leah Parrett and I am 17 years old. I’ve been singing for most of my life and I love to perform. I’m involved in music in and out of school and plan on making a career out of it.

Lyla Jones

Student

Lyla has been performing for the past six years in many productions around the South Shore. She last performed for BAL’s Night of the Living Dead. She is so happy to be a part of Sounds of the Season and looks forward to when she can be fully back on stage with all of her fellow performers. Here’s to a great 2021!

Maura Pasternak

Student

Maura Pasternak is 10 years old and in 4th grade at Kingston Intermediate School. This is her first show with Break a Leg and she loved participating in their virtual camp this past summer! Maura also acts and sings with Anderson Anderdaughter Children’s Theatre in Pembroke. She is a member of the Plymouth Fitness Swim Team and is really fast at the backstroke. She also loves Legos, the beach, arts and crafts, and traveling. Christmas is her favorite holiday because the music is so beautiful!

Noah Braunstein

Student

Noah is thrilled to be performing with his BAL friends again in the newest incarnation of BAL's annual holiday cabaret "Sounds Of The Season"! He was recently seen in Break a Legs's virtual film production of "Night Of The Living Dead: The Musical!", and this will be his will be his ninth show with Break a Leg overall. Noah is also a member of the editing team for the production and would like to wish everyone very happy holidays!

Rosie McCarthy

Student

Rosie is 8 years old. She is in 3rd grade at Governor Winslow School in Marshfield. Rosie has been with BAL since 2019. Rosie has a passion for performance art, she loves to sing and act. She dreams of being on Broadway one day! Rosie also enjoys competitive Irish Step dancing and figure skating.

Samantha Boragine

Student

Samantha is thrilled to be making her debut with Break a Leg Theater Works. Samantha is from Raynham Massachusetts, is a freshman in high school and has been acting, singing, and dancing on stage since the age of six. Most recently she has played the roles of Anna - Frozen Jr and Cinderella - Into the Woods Jr. (Dramafun players) and Duffy the orphan in Annie (Pawtucket Community Players) among other roles. She is so happy to have this chance to do theater. She wants to say a big thank you to everyone who was a part of this experience and happy holidays!

Sarah Rondeau

Student

Sarah Rondeau is delighted to be participating in her second production with Break A Leg! She joined BAL in October of 2019 when she performed in The Great American Songbook. After volunteering with Plimoth Plantation as a Pilgrim for four years and competing in the National Christian Forensics and Communications Association since middle school, Sarah couldn't have been happier to discover her passion for musical theater. A senior in high school, Sarah is sad to leave BAL, but she is looking forward to college and hopes to pursue acting at John Paul the Great University in California. Sarah would like to thank everyone at BAL for introducing her to something she fell in love with. Thanks for a great experience!

Sofia Caliento

Student

Sofia is so happy to be back performing again with Break a Leg - even through COVID. She is so excited to be singing her most favorite holiday song since she was little, and she hopes everyone enjoys the show and feels the holiday spirit. She is a sophomore at Silver Lake Regional High School. She thanks her parents and all the break a leg crew that made this show possible, and her friends and family watching! Xoxo

Sydney Peterson

Student

Sydney is so excited about this production! Sydney is a a Senior at Carver Middle High School and has been part of Break a Leg for almost 4 years. She has learned so much and had such a great time! Performing, choreographing, and working on the production team was amazing! She plans to continue her studies in Musical Theater in college, and is so grateful to Kyle, Healy, Justin, Erin, Alice, and all of her wonderful, talented friends for this opportunity. Enjoy the show and Happy Holidays!

Vivian Langton

Student

Vivian is 14 years old and in the 8th grade at Plymouth Community Intermediate School. She has been with Break A Leg since 2016 but has been doing musical theatre her entire life. She hopes to pursue theatre in college and as a possible career path.