Archikulture Digest, Orlando (review)

2009-10-31-Archickulture-blk1R-16x9-200dpiOctober 31, 2009, Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical was reviewed during it’s run at the Cameo Theatre in Orlando by Archikulture Digest, a blog on Ink19.  In Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical, an aging socialite grows fur and claws to recapture the attention of her philandering game hunter husband. The review characterized the show as a “unique piece of musical performance art”, and my performance portraying both “Jocelyn and hubby Alec with a double sided costume, allowing character switches with a spin of the high heel.”

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Bride of Wildenstein, Cameo Theatre Orlando (performance)

Bride of Wildenstein - The Musical, ©2009 Marsian De Lellis
Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical, ©2009 Marsian De Lellis

On October 29th, 2009 Bride of Wildenstein –  The Musical began its run at the Cameo Theatre in Orlando. In Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical, an aging socialite grows fur and claws to recapture the attention of her philandering game hunter husband.  The weekend of performances –  October 29th-November 1st, 2009 headlined the Orlando Puppet Festival, organized by Ibex Puppetry.

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89.9FM WUCF, Orlando (interview)

I met Katie Ball in 2009 when she visited my rehearsal room for an interview on her show, “Art Beat”, on WUCF. “Art Beat” aired in Orlando where I was staging Bride of Wildenstein – the Musical a performance with puppets in which an aging socialite grows fur and claws to recapture the attention of her philandering game hunter husband. Katie did an amazing job capturing and presenting an authentic slice of my joy in the process of creating this performance.

“If you’re a fan of the gleefully debauched Rocky Horror picture show or the irreverent humor of South Park then you’re doubtlessly in for a treat.”

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CalArts – Student Council (support)

 

In March 2009, I was the recipient of funding from the Student Council at California Institute for the Arts for my workshop production of Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical. In Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical, an aging socialite grows fur and claws to recapture the attention of her philandering game hunter husband.

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Special Project Fund – 2009 (support)

On March 6th, 2009, I was the recipient of a Special Project Fund from the Theater School at California Institute for the Arts for the workshop production of Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical. In Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical, an aging socialite grows fur and claws to recapture the attention of her philandering game hunter husband.

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Interdisciplinary Project Grant – 2009 (support)

On December 9th, 2008, I was the recipient of the Interdisciplinary Project Grant at California Institute for the Arts for my workshop production of Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical. In Bride of Wildenstein – The Musical, an aging socialite grows fur and claws to recapture the attention of her philandering game hunter husband. Interdisciplinary Project Grants, administered through the Office of the Provost at CalArts support projects with a significant interdisciplinary element.

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