A Statewide PROFESSIONAL Tour Coming Your Way by KIDS
Brussels, Wis. (June 23, 2021) – The Kids From Wisconsin’s NEW 2021 troupe will present Live! In Living Color in Egg Harbor at the Peg Egan Amphitheatre on Monday, July 26, 2021 at 6:30p. The FREE show is sponsored by the Southern Door Community Auditorium.
This show marks the first production since the onset of the pandemic a year ago. The show will highlight the greatest live music venues throughout the history of this country and the musical artists that helped define their legacies. The Ed Sullivan Theater, Caesars Palace, The Grand Ole Opry, House of Blues, and Broadway just to name a few. The brilliant costumes and magnificent talent of the high energy dancers and musicians will be something to marvel and take you back to those musical moments.
The summer tour has been planned incorporating safety protocols for each stretch of the 6000- mile tour. “The ‘pause that was necessary this past year created a cavernous void for our annual audiences and our talented performers.” KIDS Managing Director Tina Weiss said. “We cautiously considered our staff, performers and the safety of our audiences as we planned out rehearsals, venues, overnight stays and travel for this summer’s production tour. I am confident in safely getting this tour on the road.”
This year’s show features Southern Door 2021 graduate, Brady Tooley. Brady Tooley is excited to be joining the 2021 Kids From Wisconsin. In fall, Brady will be a Freshman at Columbia College Chicago. Recently this year, as a senior, he performed in Hello My Baby as “Mickey McKee”. His Junior year he portrayed the “Beast” in Beauty and the Beast and was also accepted in the All-State Jazz Choir and All-State Honors Choir. As a sophomore he was “Pepper” in Mamma Mia and as a freshman “The Baker” (Understudy) in Into the Woods. He is looking forward to being a part of the troupe and the experiences he will gain from this amazing, life changing opportunity.
Live! In Living Color’s performance time has an approximate run time of 120 minutes, including a 15-minute intermission. The production will be performed over 36 times from July 4th through August 15th, which includes performances daily at the Wisconsin State Fair.