It's been FAR far too long since I've posted. I've been caught up in Neverland, and what an amazing experience it was. I spend my first month training sword fights, acrobatics at the Circus Warehouse, and, of course, learning the show and my character tracks. We hit DC in June, got through tech, and performed there for two months. Next came Houston, then Dallas. Near the end of Houston, I took over the position of Fight Captain, and the title of Acrobatic Captain. With new guys coming in, I had a lot to teach them. They were fantastic, they were a complete joy, and I cannot wait to continue this path in the future. Now, Peter Pan 360 has come to it's tours end. We performed 193 shows in six months in three different cities. We performed a cabaret to raise money for Jonathan's Place. We learned a lot. And now I'm off to learn more, teach and audition. Here are a few pictures from my time in Neverland.
Original Cast with Director Thom Southerland and Choreographer Gypsy Snider
The wonderful Lost Boys I had the privilege of teaching and training with.
I got a tour of NASA and met Astronauts!
I'm pretty sure I know what Hook's afraid of. Let me list it..
I puppeteered this beautiful specimen.
Connecting with other Circus Folk, flying trapeze in Dallas.