Photo Flash: Five Towns College's Naming Dedication and TOMORROW, THE SUN WILL COME OUT Concert
Five Towns College is honoring entertainment luminaries for their Contributions to the World of Entertainment by naming four schools, three centers, a theater and a new graduate library after them. The naming dedications are: John Lennon Music & Technology Center, Charles Strouse School of Music, Jule Styne School of Theatre, Maury Yeston School of Education, Stewart F. Lane School of Business, Frank Loesser College Theater, Ervin Drake Popular Music Center, Stanley Cohen College Library, Barbara Siman Dance Center, Richard Hayman Graduate Library and the Nederlander Worldwide Production Center. The College continues to build strong connections with these leaders, giving students a chance to work with the best in the field, and audiences a chance to see unique programs. Scroll down for photos from last month's dedication ceremony!The dedication ceremony was held Sunday June 30th at the Dix Hills Performing Arts Center and included a concert called, TOMORROW, The Sun Will Come Out, which features the extraordinary music of Charles Strouse, Jule Styne, Frank Loesser, Maury Yeston and Ervin Drake. Tomorrow, The Sun Will Come Out featured Broadway's Marie Danvers and Rob Gallagher. The cast also included: Anthony Arpino, Alden Brown, Stephanie Courtney, Paul Edme, Karina Gallagher, Rajiv Ghimiray, Arnie Gruber, Tyler Henson, Kinzale Jackson, Liz Jeffrey, Laura Kruegel, Devin Drake, Kristina Lodestro, Chantel McCullers, Marc McDonnough, Chrissy Menfi, Steven Michel, Sarita Nash, Danielle Palumbo, Michelle Rocco, and Louis Torre.
For more information on Five Towns College or the Dix Hills Performing Arts Center see www.ftc.edu.
Photo Credit: Rob Rich
Rajiv Ghimiray and Karina Gallagher
Chrissy Menfi, Louis Torres, and Kristina Lodesto
Performers at "Tomorrow, The Sun Will Come Out" curtain call
Cast from "TOMORROW, The Sun Will Come Out"
Broadway producer Stewart F. Lane