For Immediate Release
April 28, 2014
Contact: Laura Huckin, 307-774-5497, email@example.com
Announcing the Revered Judges for Jackson’s SING OFF
Three local performing artists will select the SING OFF winner
JACKSON, WY. Cathedral Voices Chamber Choir is pleased to announce the revered judges for Jackson’s first SING OFF – a fundraiser event on May 8th in the Theater Lobby at the Center for the Arts. Broadway veteran Gina Feliccia, freelance theatre artist and playwright Caryn Flanagan, and local vocalist Jess Camilla O’Neal will select the best performance from six local contestants. Hors d’oeuvres by Café Genevieve, drinks, and a silent auction will round-out this exciting evening. One Night Only! Thursday, May 8th – doors open at 6:30 pm for Hors d’oeuvres and silent auction. Sing-off starts at 7:30 pm. $25 suggested donation includes a complimentary beverage. For more information about auction items or the Sing Off, visit www.cathedralvoices.org.
Gina Feliccia moved to Jackson Hole from California in 2012. She performed the roles of Eponine and Cosette in the Broadway Company Production of Les Miserables, as well as the National Touring Company. Ms. Feliccia is co-founder of Big City Broadway, a non-profit organization that cultivates performance arts in schools and communities. Big City Broadway has an upcoming production—Spring Into Overdrive—in the Center Theater on May 31.
Caryn Flanagan is a freelance theatre artist and the former Artistic Director for Off Square Theatre Company. A talented actor, director, playwright, and teacher, Ms. Flanagan’s new play “Point of Rocks” was selected for Riot Act’s summer shorts series and will debut this June, directed by Caryn.
Jess Camilla O’Neal was born and raised on a ranch in Jackson Hole. The second oldest sibling from the talented Garnick family, O’Neal traveled worldwide with her three sisters in a band called the Saddle Rock Sisters. O’Neal continues to write music and perform regionally, and also runs NeverSweat Productions, a Film, Music, and Theatre Company based in Dubois, Wyoming. She recently directed the Jackson Hole High School Drama Department’s production of The Drowsy Chaperone, which closes this weekend.
For complete bios, please visit www.cathedralvoices.org
To request an interview, please contact Laura Huckin, 307-774-5497.