Celebrate and support the launch of ATLAS, our new theatre-based middle school.
A memorable evening of live entertainment featuring our students, faculty, alumni, and world-renowned musical artists.
|Patron Party Tickets*:||
*Includes Patron Party featuring Grammy-Nominated MET Opera star Erin Morley accompanied by NMS Faculty member Mary Bloom. Sponsored by Seabury at Home.
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|5:00pm||Exclusive Patron Party featuring Grammy-Nominated MET Opera star Erin Morley accompanied by NMS Faculty member Mary Bloom. Sponsored by Seabury at Home.|
|6:00pm||Doors Open for Around the World with ATLAS Music, Food and Drinks from all corners of the world|
|7:30pm||Program & Auction Performances by Aaron Jafferis & Arielle Jacobs|
Featured Performer, Patron Party
Erin Morley is a Grammy-nominated opera singer and one of today’s most sought-after coloratura sopranos. She has performed in a string of critically acclaimed appearances in the great opera houses of the world, including the Metropolitan Opera, the Staatsoper in Vienna, Munich's Bayerische Staatsoper, Opéra National de Paris, and the Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Ms. Morley has appeared as a soloist with America’s premiere symphony orchestras, including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the New York Philharmonic.
This season, Erin Morley makes notable appearances at the Metropolitan Opera, including as Pamina in The Magic Flute. Orchestral appearances include Debussy’s Le Martyre de saint Sébastien in Berlin and with the Philadelphia Orchestra as Cunegonde in Candide.
Arielle Jacobs is currently starring as Princess Jasmine in Disney’s hit Broadway musical Aladdin. Ms. Jacobs has also starred in Wicked, Rent, and opposite composer/creator Lin-Manuel Miranda in the four-time Tony and Grammy Award-winning musical In the Heights. Off-Broadway, Ms. Jacobs has starred in two world-premiere plays by Pulitzer-winning playwright and director Nilo Cruz. Ms. Jacobs performed the in Shakespeare Theatre Company’s production of Two Gentlemen of Verona and in Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre’s production of Into the Woods. Other credits include Broadway workshops of Between the Lines, Secondhand Lions, Atlantis, Diamond Alice, Carmen, Nightingale, Mask, Head Over Heels, and It Shoulda Been You.
A former Open Rap Slam champion at the National Poetry Slam Championships, Mr. Jafferis is the founding Artistic Director of The Word poetry in-the schools program in New Haven. A New Haven native and graduate of Hillhouse High School, he teaches theatre for social change in schools, colleges, and organizations nationwide.
Greg Nobile became the youngest Tony Award-winning producer on Broadway for his work on A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder. In addition to his work in commercial theatre, Greg serves as Managing Director of the Branford, CT nonprofit Legacy Theatre. Greg is currently the Executive Producer of Seaview Productions. Greg has also produced Side Show and Hughie, the Olivier Award winning revival of Gypsy and Show Boat on London’s West End, and The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey and Invisible Thread Off Broadway.
Mistress of Ceremonies
Jocelyn Maminta, Good Morning Connecticut at Nine Co-Anchor and Emmy Award nominated News 8 Medical reporter, has anchored and reported for television stations in North Carolina, Buffalo, Milwaukee, Texas and at News 8 in Connecticut. Jocelyn serves on the Boards of Friends of Yale-New Haven Children’s Hospital, Yale-New Haven Children's Family Council, and is a member of the Junior League of Greater New Haven and the Arts Council of Greater New Haven. Jocelyn is co-founder of Caroline’s Room, a safe haven for families coping with the challenges of a premature baby. Caroline’s Rooms are found throughout the United States.