Floor Show Alex Grelle & Jesse Young

Feb 20th - Mar 1st.  Who inspires us? How do we take that inspiration and create something we can call our own? David Bowie continues to be a source of inspiration for many of us. His music, his stage shows, his fa fa fa fa fashion are relevant and enduring.


Part rock show, part homage and part performance spectacle Bowie's music, along with the music of a few of his contemporaries, is brought to life in a way that we're hoping he'd be proud of.


Thu-Sat 9pm, Sun 7pm

Tickets - $20

 

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February 20, 2020 - March 1, 2020

Thu-Sat 9pm, Sun 7p


Alex Grelle (Grelley Duvall / Ordinary Peepholes) and Jesse Morgan Young (BAATHHAUS / REVIVAL) have created a show inspired by Bowie's drive to reinvent himself over and over again and bring the house down while doing it. Part rock show, part homage and part performance spectacle Bowie's music, along with the music of a few of his contemporaries, is brought to life in a way that we're hoping he'd be proud of.


Featuring some of Chicago's favorite performers and musicians with a band led by Chicago darling Liam Kazar (Marrow / Kids These Days) this is a show created by Bowie fans for Bowie fans, newcomers and everyone in between.

 

Director
Jesse Morgan Young

Performers
Starring Alex Grelle with Teressa LaGamba and Bran Moorhead as the Cherrys; dancers Jillian Endebrock and Robin Lee as the Diamond Dogs. Joining Grelle, Endebrock, and Lee onstage for Floor Show are Adrian Hadlock, Maggie Kubley, Aileen May, and Andrew Sa. Joining Kazar, LaGamba, and Moorhead in the Floor Show band are Nolan Chin, David Curtin, David E. Smith, Julian Stacey, and Justin Vittori.

Production
Choreography is by Zachary Whittenburg and Erin Kilmurray. Floor Show is produced by Paul Scudder and stage managed by Ellen Willett assisted by Mandyn Mueller, with lighting by Benjamin Carne, set design by John Holt, props design by Adrian Hadlock, video and projection design by Sid Branca, and costumes, wigs, and styling by Kate Setzer Kamphausen, Keith Ryan, and Chris Tuttle.

Tags: Music, Theater, American, 2020