Lake Dillon Theatre Company First Sundays Cabaret Series concludes
If you go
What: “A Man of Many Hats … A Lifetime of Music,” featuring Bob Moore
When: 6 and 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 7
Where: Lake Dillon Theatre, 176 Lake Dillon Drive, Dillon
More information: Light snacks will be provided. Call (970) 513-9386 or visit http://www.lakedillontheatre.org for tickets
The Lake Dillon Theatre Company Cabaret Series concludes its popular First Sundays Cabaret Series on Sunday, Dec. 7, with “A Man of Many Hats … A Lifetime of Music,” featuring Bob Moore.
Moore takes the Lake Dillon Theatre Company stage in his one-night-only appearance, which he himself describes as an entertaining, humorous potpourri.
“I’ll be sharing stories of theater experiences, as well as how different types of music have impacted and influenced my life,” Moore said. “Most of the stories will be humorous, but a few of them will evoke other emotions as the stories unfold.”
A former Summit County resident, Moore is currently performing in the Lake Dillon Theatre Company’s production of “The 1940s Radio Hour,” playing now through Sunday, Dec. 14. Wendy Moore directs the production.
“Wendy and I lived in Summit County for 20 years,” Moore said. “We raised our family here, made lifelong friends and became part of the community. Since leaving Summit County 15 years ago, the Lake Dillon Theatre has been the lifeline to our continued involvement in the place our family still calls home. The theater experiences I’ve had at Lake Dillon continue to spark my memory as some of the best of my theater career. As my lifetime resume of shows gets longer and longer, I cherish the time I get to spend with all my LDTC friends.”
“We are thrilled that Bob is closing out our 2014 First Sundays Cabaret Series,” said Chris Alleman, Lake Dillon Theatre Company producing artistic director. “He and Wendy both are significant members of our theatre company family and a well-loved performer in Summit County.”
THE MAN AND THE MUSIC
While Summit County audiences are familiar with Moore’s comic and dramatic abilities, he is also a gifted musician, having appeared in many stage musicals including Lake Dillon Theatre Company’s “Cabaret” and more recently as Max Bialystock in the famed “The Producers” in Aspen.
“Music has been part of my life for as long as I can remember,” Moore said. “So to be able to share my love for music and what it means to me spurred my memory cells and got the creative juices flowing. The Dec. 7 First Sundays Cabaret is the result. The hardest thing was cutting it down to just one night of music. I’ve had a long life, and I’ve sung a lot of songs.”
“I’m probably most excited to sing Tevye’s ‘If I Were A Rich Man’ from ‘Fiddler on the Roof,’” said Moore, who promises an entertaining evening of songs and stories. “Ultimately, I would like the audience to experience the joy, the love and the incredible high I get from performing the music and stories which have meant so much in my life.”
The First Sundays Cabaret Series is part of the year-round Lake Dillon Theatre Company Cabaret Series. “A Man of Many Hats … A Lifetime of Music” is the final installment for 2014 and features a variety of music styles, including Vaudeville, Broadway, folk, rock and more.
“A Man of Many Hats … A Lifetime of Music” features Moore with music direction and accompaniment by Randy Johnson. Learn more at http://www.lakedillontheatre.org.
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