The Orcas kids variety show will be held on Saturday, April 20 at 6:30 p.m. at Orcas Center will feature acts such as Martin Lund and Paris Wilson, who will also team up with Tim Jenson, a fellow high school senior.
Tiffany Loney’s dance students are sure to delight the audience, while Jack Spinogatti makes his premiere on the Orcas Center stage with an amazing rendition of “Let it Be.” Jack’s father, Jon Spinogatti, a talented actor and very funny guy, will participate along with Funhouse drama club kids who will premier their new improv theater skills.
Emcee and show producer Didier Gincig says about the drama club, “I laugh so hard. They’re funny kids!”
Students from Salmonberry will take their turn with comedy. Come admire their courage and talent along with supporting Chela who will sing “Hallelujah,” Corah Pechacek, who will dazzle with her enthusiastic silks; Jack Carson who will sing “A Million Dreams”; and Alexandra van Dongen, age 14 and Julia van Dongen, age 11, who will perform “The Garden Song.” Ebar Lucas and Andy Rivera (guitar teacher at the Christian School) will team up for another multi-generation performance.
“Come on out and support Orcas children as they share their courage, enthusiasm, skills, and talent in song, dance, instrumentals, silks, comedy, and more,” says Gincig.
Tickets are $14 and $10 for students and seniors. Tickets can be purchased at www.orcascenter.org; at the box office or by calling 360-376-ACT1.