Just Off Broadway Production of CATS Features David and Jensyn Modero and Caldwell-West Caldwell Cast Members Tonight and Saturday Night, 7:30pm at the Mount
CALDWELL, NJ - The Jellicle moon has risen over Just Off Broadway Productions summer 2014 production of CATS at the Doris M. Byrne Performing Arts Center of Mount St. Dominic Academy. Remaining shows are Friday and Saturday night at 7:30pm. The arts center is located at 3 Ryerson Avenue Caldwell.
Husband and wife team and Caldwell-West Caldwell Music and Theatre educators, David and Jensyn Modero lead the cast of 30 from Essex, Union, and Middlesex counties. Their past theatrical productions have included Annie, Godspell, Bye Bye Birdie, Charlie Brown, Seussical the Musical and last year's performance of Hairspray.
Caldwell-West Caldwell Cast Members
The cast is comprised of a mix of elementary, middle, high school and college students from theatre programs across the state along with seasoned professionals.
Those from Caldwell and West Caldwell are as follows:
Pit and Crew Members
Feral Cat Community Outreach
Just Off Broadway Productions is an educational and community theatre organization sponsored by St. Nicholas Orthodox Church of Elizabeth. As part of the theatre program, the Just Off Broadway Productions crew is educating the public on local pet adoption opportunities and Feral Cat Rescue. Feral cats are domestic cats that live outside but are not socialized to humans and, therefore, not adoptable. They are not like wildlife that fend for themselves; instead they depend on humans for food and shelter.
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is an effective and humane approach to taking care of feral cat populations. Feral cats are safely trapped and taken to a vet or clinic where they are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and ear-tipped (the universal symbol of a neutered and vaccinated cat). Kittens and socialized cats (cats that are friendly to humans) are placed into foster and loving homes. Healthy, adult feral cats (cats that are fearful of humans) are returned to the same site (community) where they were trapped and where volunteers will continue to provide food, water and shelter during inclement and cold weather.
"The Trap-Neuter-Return program