Sam Kasmin ’21 performs at this year’s Coffee House show in January. (James Marinello)
Sam Kasmin ’21 performs at this year’s Coffee House show in January.

James Marinello

Coffee House 2020

April 27, 2020

On Friday, January 31, members of Founders Keepers organized a night full of singing and dancing performances in Founders Hall.  Participating students had the chance to express their artistic ability and display their incredible talents.

Coffee House is an event meant to be a relaxing, low pressure, and fun way to perform amongst peers. Its informal nature is arguably its best feature, highlighting the performers’ creativity and improvisational skills. This fantastic event wouldn’t have been possible without the enthusiasm and organizational skills of students in Founders Keepers. 

The club’s leaders, seniors Molly Michel, Bella Porraro, and Camryn Hartkern, not only worked very hard preparing and organizing, but they also had a lot of fun in doing so. “It was exciting to set up Coffee House in all honesty,” said Michel. “Camryn, Bella, and I really enjoyed putting it together, getting the coffee, hot chocolate, and munchkins; it is a yearly tradition that we alwa

ys look forward to.” Their hard work paid off as the event was very successful and very entertaining with performances ranging from Cooper Weil’s beautiful rendition of “Goodbye Until Tomorrow,” to Matthew Lohmann’s powerful monologue on our country’s struggles, to Sam Kasmin and Timothy Schietroma’s hilarious recreation of a scene from the hit Broadway play Dear Evan Hansen

Coffee House is a true showcase of the performance and acting talent that MBS possesses. 

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