In June and July of 2001, we were back on the boards, in Stage One’s production of Guys and Dolls, as a fundraiser for Hillsboro (Oregon) area high schools’ performing arts departments. It was so much fun to perform together, and with such a talented cast!Continue reading At it Again, in Guys and Dolls
In June and July 2000, the Co-Presidents were reunited on stage for the first time in 18 years (too long!): Linda played Golde, Tevye’s wife, and Brad played Lazar Wolf, the butcher, in Stage One’s production of Fiddler on the Roof. Stage One is a fundraising organization for the Hillsboro area high schools’ performing arts departments.Continue reading The Co-Presidents Reuinite in Fiddler On the Roof
Sure, everybody claims to have seen Elvis…but how many people get to be Elvis?
It all started early in 1998 when Silverna McCall, the Drama director at HilHi, enigmatically asked me “How’s your Elvis impression?” Little did I know that she was producing the musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, and that, although she had assembled from HilHi’s student body the most amazing collection of singers and actors, she was short one adult baritone to play the part of the Pharaoh. Not quite knowing what to expect, I said “yes”.Continue reading Elvis Has Left the Building