Tahoe dancers perform in ‘Moonlight Madness’
Lucky Rabbit Productions, a new company that provides entertainment for conventions and corporate events to full scale production, is kicking off the month on Oct. 5 with “Moonlight Madness.”
The hour long show, appropriate for all ages, features a 15-member cast of professional dancers, vocalists, musicians and comedians. The producer, South Lake Tahoe resident Edenna M. Olejniczak, has 20 years of experience as a performer and choreographer all over the world, whose hidden passion was to work behind the scenes in addition to performing. Co-producer, Joanna Wagner, also has enjoyed an international performing career, whose credits include choreographing Sesame Street Live’s “Everyone Makes Music” in 2001. “Moonlight Madness” has a Halloween theme and includes songs like “Thriller,” the theme from “Six Feet Under,” and the Charlie Daniels favorite “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.” The cast of dancer includes Ashley Kern, Kylee Weiss, Lisa Sarosik and Rob Maloon of South Lake Tahoe.
“We auditioned dancers in Reno in early September and the following week I taught an audition class here in Tahoe. I was so impressed by the caliber of dancers at the audition class that we hired three of the female dancers for our show from that class,” Olejniczak said.
The show takes place at the Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater at 7 p.m. Oct. 5 at the Bartley Ranch in Reno. Seating begins at 6 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults and $4 for children. For more information call (530) 318-2882.
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