Move over Jimmy Fallon, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel, Wilton has its own late night show, featuring the amazingly varied talents of Wilton students. Tomorrow, Friday, June 10 at 7 p.m., current and former students from Wilton High School will be performing in the second annual Late Night Wilton.

Just like the network programs, the show has its own host in WHS junior Brooke Amodei and a live band. Late Night Wilton will feature interviews on a set complete with a host’s desk and a couch for the guests, and performances will showcase students who sing, play guitar, do stand-up comedy and much more. Best of all, it’s a student organized and produced show, put on by the student-run Little Theater Company.

Fresh off the incredible success of the big-stage production of Beauty and the Beast in the Clune theater, Late Night Wilton is staged in the more intimate Little Theater, giving audiences a different perspective on the range of student talents. Tickets are on sale at the door, and the price is donation based to benefit the Little Theater Company to help cover costs for their productions, including next fall’s play, Alice in Wonderland. With a live band, colorful commentary, and amazing acts, Late Night Wilton is a show to not miss.

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