Christian Roovers is a music producer and composer from Green Bay, Wisconsin. His work ranges from meditative and moody (“Dreaming of Sapphire”) to epic and orchestral (“The Legend”). Christian writes music for TV, film, trailers, video games, and corporate clients. To work with Christian, email him at email@example.com or call or text (920) 639-6780.
Tom is faculty and Technical Director for Normandale Community College in Bloomington, MN. He has worked as a properties artisan at the Guthrie Theater on productions such as, His Girl Friday, The Great Gatsby, and The Real Thing as well as serving as a properties master and assistant scenic designer for a number of Penumbra Theatre productions. Tom has stage managed for A Prairie Home Companion’s cruises traveling to the Baltic States, the Caribbean, and Scotland. Most recently, Tom has designed scenery for the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh’s production of Nat Turner in Jerusalem as well as designing and building the set for the conceptual dance film, Kitchen Dance Project, projection designing for Six Points Theatre’s production of Chanukah in the Dark and Groupthink, and designing the dance theatre original work, Take Me Home, with the University of Nebraska – Kearney.
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Our Vision is to provide innovative and engaging entertainment for a variety of audiences. We have been supplying family friendly performances for over 10 years.
The Painted Knees, starring Lisa Warner and Limelight Liz, hail from Indianapolis, Indiana. These best friends are heavily influenced by the art deco and nouveau eras and are convinced they were flapper showgirls together in a past life. They are known for their theatricality and love laughing their way through any situation. Liz and Lisa are always finding creative endeavors to collaborate on: whether is dance or crafting, these two always have something going to keep them busy.
Half of the Gemini Butterfly Sisters duo, Liz has been a member of local belly dance groups since falling in love with the dance in 2004. She has performed at many events over the years including the Portage County Cultural Festival, and the Belly Bumper car show. She currently dances with the group Stellarani.
Photo credit Ann Illagan Photography