This week we celebrate a new show in Berkeley. Hannah Taylor’s BREED & RESCUE. A solo performance musical.
Here’s what Ann Randolph has to say after seeing the Breed & Rescue workshop performance in March.
“Hannah’s performance was electrifying. I was fortunate to see Part 1 and I was blown away by the execution and direction of extremely super charged and powerful material. Her musical numbers were breathtaking and her voice cut through to the deepest part of my being. You could not hear a pin drop. She held us in rapt attention. We were all mesmerized. Do not miss this extraordinary night of theater.”
You might not know Hannah Taylor yet, but you will once you see this show at The Marsh Berkeley!
I know it’s hard to commit to the unknown, the new, the breeding!
There’s a lot of labor, of all kinds, that has gone into this 🙂 so great outing for Labor Day Weekend!
Directed by Marc Monserrat-Drukker with Musical Direction/Arrangement by Ellen Hoffman, Ben Flint playing the piano, smack in the middle of the stage, Hannah tells her story of breeding and rescuing–sometimes comic, sometimes poignant, but ultimately hopeful journey. And at its heart, a plea for change and support for those most vulnerable.
Also this week, we have the wonderful Don Reed’s KIPLING HOTEL and Brian Copeland’s NOT A GENUINE BLACK MAN.
In art, for exploration,