Summer has hit us and Circle Circle dot dot never sleeps! After Deconstruction of a Drag Queen company members found themselves instantly whisked throughout San Diego stages to continue their artistic endeavors whilest we are planning our post-summer projects. So we wanted to share with you an update on the great work they are doing.
*Wonderful company member Sam Ginn is off playing a hilarious Anita Bryant in Moxie Theatre’s fabulous production of Coming Attractions which closes this week and should not be missed so go get your tickets. She will also be featured at New Village Arts later this summer! Go Sam!
*Shaun Tuazon stepped out of his heels for Sunny Peaks and directly into the stunning heels of Angel in San Diego Musical Theaters critically acclaimed production of Rent. It's playing at the Birch North Park Theater through July 8th, and it is sure to blow you away!
*Evan Kendig is showing his stencil art at the Stage "HANDS": A Gallery Art Showing. This show also features pieces from our good friends Kristen Flores (Set Designer for Ragnarok) and Kevin Liddel (Lighting Designer for Ragnarok) and will be up in the lobby the the Lyceum Theater through July 9th. Go see the beautiful art made by the technical side of San Diego's community .
*Artistic Director Katherine Harroff handles social marketing, Technical Director Patrick Kelly Assistant Directs and Company Member Justin Warren Martin takes the stage as The Barber/Cardinal/prisoner/horse for Cygnet Theatre's Production of Man of La Mancha. This beautifully staged, designed, and acted piece gives new life to a timeless classic. The show begins previews on July 5th.
*You can also check out Soroya Rowley's awesome band The Cypress Project playing at local venues throughout the summer. Next up- The Tin Can Ale House on July 7th! Check out their facebook page to stay connected HERE.
We are so proud to see our friends and colleagues branching out to work with such great companies and we are proud to say that we are deep into work on our next few projects. So make sure you make it out to see these shows and support your local theater makers!