What you don’t see on stage

While on tour Production Manager Patricia Mahoney always has her camera ready to capture those beautiful & funny moments that you won’t see on stage. Her story about our Residency at Vermont here in pictures:

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RB at SFO

Marquee at Flynn Center with Alice

Marquee at Flynn Center with Alice

Great Mexican food and margaritas right around the corner from the stage door.

Great Mexican food and margaritas right around the corner from the stage door.

Juliana and Alice before rehearsal

Juliana and Alice before rehearsal

Wonderful Deco details

Wonderful Deco details

Rodney’s chairs

Rodney’s chairs

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3 Responses to What you don’t see on stage

  1. Hello,
    I try to make a list with the best jazz clubs that have an easy access for wheelchairs. If you have any suggestion, that would be great !
    Thank you
    Céline

  2. michael says:

    Its great to see what you enjoyed during your trip to Burlington. The shot of Alice and the Flynn Marquee is priceless. Thanks for the moving, splendid performance, and the inside look. For some reason, the dancing around, on, and under the table has stayed with me, insisting on being remembered.

  3. Thanks Michael! The dancers had a blast. I agree the Alice shot is priceless. Also, thanks again for your wonderful post about AXIS. We really hope to come to Burlington again soon. – Annika

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