Brave Horse Music and Cotuit Center for the Arts
“The 73rd Day of Summer”
Saturday, September 1st, 2018
A musical tribute in honor of our friend, colleague and talented choreographer, Pamela Wills
A Life lived with Grace
To benefit local organizations that provide services for people living with cancer.
Singer Songwriter, Sit-A-While host, Kami Lyle with Producer, Ruth Condon, are bringing together for one night, alumni from The Kami Lyle Sit-A-While, Cotuit’s Productions and Brave Horse Musical Revues to gather in spirit, yoga, spoken word, song and dance to raise money to benefit local organizations that provide services for people living with cancer.
The evening will start with a Yoga class in the Art Barn at 5:30 led by Michelle Itzkowitz, owner of Inner Glow Yoga in Mashpee. On the main stage at 7:30, Kami will perform original music with a band led by Malcolm Granger on piano, Tad Price on guitar, Michael Dunford on drums, Jon Evans on bass & Steve Ahern on flute and trumpet.
Christine Ernst will grace Cotuit’s stage with an original tribute to Pam and her daughter Celia. Alumni cast members, Emily Wade Adams, Tom Crutchfield, Ruth Condon, Michael Ernst, Kristin Fehlau, David Kuehn, Kami Lyle, Martha Paquin, Rayssa Ribeiro, Tom Tracy, & Alex Valentine, will all be performing selections from “Love is Blind”, “What The World Needs Now”, “The Beat Goes On”, “Jacques Brel is Alive & Well” & “Pretty World” along with Poet Judith Partelow, belly dancer Diana Anderson & Brazilian singer, Rayssa Ribeiro with “Cla da Bossa Nova.”
Tickets are $25.
Cotuit Center for the Arts is at 4404 Route 28 in Cotuit. For more information, visit ArtsOnTheCape.org or call 508-428-0669.
“73rd Day of Summer” featuring Emily Wade Adams, Tom Crutchfield, Ruth Condon, Michael Ernst, Kristin Fehlau, David Kuehn, Kami Lyle, Martha Paquin, Rayssa Ribeiro, Tom Tracy, Alex Valentine
Cotuit Center for the Arts, 4404 Route 28, Cotuit
Saturday, September 1st at 7:30 PM; Yoga class in Art Barn at 5:30 p.m.