Saturday, November 20, 2010

"Colors of the Season' Opening Night

The cast of "Colors of the Season" opened with great success. Kudos to Curt Wallen (Gary Musick Productions Producer) and all the gang. We had a great time in Louisville and left the cast in great hands.

Besides the show, the other new attraction for the holidays at the Galt House is called "KaLightoscope". These creations are HUGE and amazing! The whole thing is SO cool---here are some pictures of it...

The KaLightoscope feature is really amazing!

We were up and ready to go at 6am for the cast to make an appearance on the FOX Morning Show. Pictured here with me--Bradley Whitfield, Jessica Heim, and Harvey Hubert

The cast getting ready for the live taping

Live appearance on FOX Morning Show

The Galt House in Louisville, KY where the cast will be performing and living until Christmas Day

Two of our ship performers came for opening night to support the cast--Dustin and Courtney Cunningham

The cast singing "White Christmas" in the sleigh

O Holy Night

O Holy Night

Our friend Claire who dances in the show has also been a choreographer for Gary Musick Productions. Her husband Rodney has also worked for us many times as a singer. This is their handsome son, Jack. He was loving watching his mommy dance beautifully!

After the show, Curt treated us to an opening night party. The girls pose here with Bruce Stegman--our head choreographer.  Pictured here with him: Jesmille Darbouze, Jessica Heim, Jamie Godfrey, and Claire Williams

Kirk Hunkler and me

Bradley Whitfield, Harvey Hubert and me

Jamie Godfrey and me

The cast-- Jesmille Darbouze, Kirk Hunkler, Jamie Godfrey, Harvey Hubert, Jessica Heim, Bradley Whitfield, Jonathan Cullipher and Claire Williams

The cast with Gary Musick, Curt Wallen and me

Here are some clips from the show...

White Christmas

Home For The Holidays

This Christmas

Feliz Navidad

Christmas Dream

Mary Did You Know

Here's to a wonderful Christmas season and run of the show. We're all proud of you guys! Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas, everyone!

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