Theatrical Synergy Productions was pleased to present a reading of Act I of this show on January 26. We wanted to honor all women who served their country in Vietnam.
We have been able to secure a venue and Producer, the Lakeshore Arts Alliance, and continue to raise funds to allow us to present the show as a full stage production this fall, beginning on September 11.
The show on 9/11 will be a tribute to all active-duty and veterans; anyone with military ID will be admitted for free and given the best seats in the house. We will also be making a special presentation on September 20 to remember POW/MIAs.
Ed played the male lead in his second grade play, and the very next year, ran lights instead. He's always been the tech guy. He puts the productions together. He spent a couple decades supporting touring musical acts, from quintessential crooners like Steve and Eydie and Tony Bennett to awardwinningrockbands. Also a former teacher and current school board Trustee, he has worked with many local school drama groups and community theatres. He operates a local business called The Solution LLC, which provides exactly that -- solutions for audio, video, presentation, lighting and control.
Margo and Ed are ably assisted by a few others with similar goals.
Russell Gallas is Directing this fall's production of A Piece of My Heart; Kristin Underhill (gaffgirl) is our visual/projection/charge painter, and we are also aided by many others.