Outreach Performers to sing for charity

Sophie Cohen

The Harvard-Westlake Outreach Performers will perform for children at the Ronald McDonald House and for the elderly at the Sunrise at Playa Vista next month.

The 14 club members have been preparing every Sunday since September for these two performances.

Their performance will include a wide variety of traditional Christmas and holiday songs, theatrical readings and narrative poetry.

The show at the Sunrise at Playa Vista will be a more traditional Christmas show featuring classic Christmas carols and poetry by Robert Frost and Emily Dickinson.

Meanwhile, the Children’s Show at the Ronald McDonald House in Pasadena will be catered toward a young, contemporary audience.

“Our more classic holiday songs are accompanied by new favorites like ‘Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?’ from Disney’s ‘Frozen,’ Covi Brannan ’15 said.

These two performances give club members an opportunity to share their talents and give back to the community.

After each performance, the club members will interact with the members of the audience.

“All the club members have been working very hard, and I am so excited with the progress they all have made,” Brannan said. “December can’t come soon enough.”