There was music, laughs, games and interviews.

‘SET At Night

Members of the Manhasset Broadcasting Company, specifically those in Broadcast IV, and the Manhasset Jazz Band combined forces to produce their first annual ‘SET At Night event on Feb. 15! The night show, modeled off The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, consisted of music, laughs, games and interviews. The students did an incredible job and the event raised approximately $350 for the charity Rise Against Hunger.
Senan Marcus served as the host of the evening and guided the show with a strong monologue and funny news headlines segment. He also conducted an excellent interview with special guest and Bollywood star, Prashantt Guptha. Helen Murphy served as the show’s emcee and led an exciting game of Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?
The jazz band, led by Zen Lee, was on par with professional late night show bands. They also served as the musical guest for the evening and performed a wonderful piece.
The MBC crew, led by Director Jerry Shi, his classmates from Broadcast IV and several volunteers from the club and other classes, produced the event, with cameras, audio, props, cue cards and more.
“The show went off without a hitch and every aspect was evidence of the tremendous skill and dedication of members of both programs,” Manhasset Broadcasting Company advisor Dr. Matthew Coleman said.
Great job to both the Manhasset Broadcasting Company and the Manhasset Jazz Band on a memorable evening!
—From Manhasset Public Schools

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