Thursday, April 7, 2016
Still doing great work in the Cangue League Orchestra is Mickey Makenzie, Rebecca Rodriguez, Don Mangione and Gary Perrine. New to the pit is Shirley Overton with her electric violin.
There's new talent on the boards as well. Nick Reynolds, Gretchen Schwarz and straying from the Orchestra is the talented Rebecca Rodriguez will join old-timers Bobbie Gilbert, Don Mangione and Gary Perrine.
New to us is Root Boy doing two performance pieces; one oral and one aural! He promises us that he'll show you how to eat a beet and then fill the stage with audio equipment for some fine noises.
Long time stage managers Amanda Mitchell and Suzanne Bladey, no longer comfortable watching from the wings, have concocted a short piece that revolves around a flood. That's all I can reveal about that one.
Cangue League is proud to have been a small part of Wil Lucy's life and we dearly miss him. We will show a video of his first performance with Cangue League in Love: Filters.
Back, also, is one of the pillars of Cangue League, with us from the start and without whom we couldn't have done one show, percussionist extrordinaire, Josh Dunigan as our light and sound boards operator with assistance from Morgan Sterling. Morgan's mom, Abbie Sterling will help back stage and has created a conceptual piece for SUBVERT!
Thanks for supporting avand-garde theater in good ol' GR and watch for updates!