Last Friday, Lakewood Theater’s 60th season opened with South Pacific. We played to a sold out audience and the performance went off without a hitch! After the show, the audience, cast, and crew enjoyed cake and champagne to celebrate the successful opening night. I am so thankful to be part of this fantastic show and share the stage with all of the talented performers, especially Andrew Bray (Joe Cable) and Barbara Irvin (Bloody Mary). Andrew and I have worked very hard throughout the rehearsal process in preparation for out shirtless love scene! While we were not needed onstage we would do the Spartacus Workout and often return for out next scenes very sweaty. I think all our hard work payed off! Here’s a photo from Younger Than Springtime.
If you need more convincing to come see the show feel free to check out our review from The Oregonian! They called it “a refreshing surprise!”
In other news, I have been invited to perform in Cracks in the Ivory Tower, a monthly showcase of innovative, raw, emotive modern dance solos.
CRACKS IN THE IVORY TOWER:
Making the Darkness Conscious
…modern dance to expose and illuminate the darkest depths of the soul and psyche….
Wednesday, September 19th. Doors open at 8:30pm. Show starts promptly at 9pm sharp.
Located at Violet Star Tattoo, 7015 N Greeley in Portland, OR.