Alive! @ the Lewis, hosted by Trillium Performing Arts, will take place at the Lewis Theatre on Sunday, Apr. 24 at 2 p.m. The family-friendly showcase of local talent will feature music, dance, spoken word and more. Tickets are $6 for adults and $3 for students or AmeriCorps members. Admission for children six and under is free.
Kristin McMillion’s Creative Movement class will showcase their work during Alive! @ the Lewis. The performance features the talents of Callie McClung, Emily McClure, Tate McMillion, Sage Blymer, Phillip McLaughlin, and Lydia Jackson. Becky Godby’s hip-hop class will present a dance that they created together over the course of ten weeks. Students of Carli Mareneck’s Creative Expression class will also present a dance piece.
Music will be performed by Wayward Traveler and Django Burroughs. Wayward Traveler is a folk/blues duo from Lewisburg consisting of Jeremiah Hatfield and Travis Oliver. Burroughs has been writing songs for 20 years. He says, “I’m still not very good, but I keep doing it because it’s humbling.”
Jenn Manley, now serving as an AmeriCorps volunteer for Trillium, moved to the Greenbrier Valley four years ago from Madison, Wisconsin. She designed the publicity for Alive!, and will display a series of photographs.
Belinda Anderson, an award-winning freelance writer, is the author of four books. She offers a class in the Trillium School for Performing Arts Arrive for Five series called Reading your Work. She will present a story titled “Carousel.”
For more information about the event, or to secure a spot in the next Alive! @ The Lewis event, call the office at 304-645-3003, email email@example.com, or come to the office located in downtown Lewisburg at 867 Court Street North.