Cathy Anzuini plans to retire this year

After forty-one years as a teacher in the East Windsor Regional School District, after graduating from Hightstown High School herself, Catherine Anzuini plans to retire at the end of this school year.

From her son, Michael Anzuini, who is now a teacher of instrumental music in Hamilton, New Jersey:

She leaves behind a legacy of quality teaching, superior performing ensembles and musicals that were spectacular. Whether it was middle school general music class, various choirs or the countless musicals and plays directed, I know firsthand how important her students were to her. She worked tirelessly to make sure each of her students received a quality music education. It didn’t matter if you couldn’t carry a tune or act your way out of a paper bag, she worked to make sure that everyone had a positive experience!

I had the pleasure of being a student of Cathy Anzuini through three years of middle school chorus, and working under her direction in her HHS directorial debut in 1993’s musical production of Oliver! and in my role as “student director” for the following year’s Hello, Dolly.

Tonight, Hightstown High School is holding its Spring Choir Concert, the final choir concert of the school year and Catherine’s final as vocal music teacher in the school district. Best wishes to Cathy Anzuini for her future plans in retirement.

Drama club archive site news

In its first week in existence, I’ve added just about all that I have to share, including full videos from Carnival 1991, The Good Doctor 1992, Noises Off 1993, and a rehearsal of Oliver 1993. I’ve also added a number of scanned programs from Hello, Dolly 1994, Noises Off 1993, Godspell 1991, and various one-act productions. Others have contributed additional content including more programs and photographs.

We’re off to a great start.

One thought on “Cathy Anzuini plans to retire this year

  1. Kathleen Duggan-Hill

    Cathy ~ It was an honor to know you…to teach with you…to work with you on the Kreps musicals. ..but most of all to call you my friend. The lives you touched will always honor you.
    Thank you,
    Kathy Hill


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