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Friday
Jan182019

A Serpent's Tooth Ensemble Member – Sarah Nathan

Sarah Nathan joins Delicious for the 1st time in A Serpent's Tooth, the King Lear Musical, January 24 - February 2nd at the Bartell Theatre. Go to http://arewedelicious.com/tickets to purchase advance tickets ($25)

Sarah Nathan has loved movement and dance since she could walk, and has been training at Kanopy for 11 years. She has been a member of Kanopy2 for four years. She is honored to be working under Robert and Lisa, as well as studying with other master artists such as Martin Løfsnes, Sandra Kaufmann, Miki Orihara, and Colin Connor. Nathan is a senior at West High School, where she enjoys studying psychology, biology, and journalism. Sarah was recently accepted into the Hartt Conservatory of Dance and will begin next year.

Friday
Jan182019

A Serpent's Tooth Ensemble Member – Alivia Kleinfeldt

Alivia Kleinfeldt joins Delicious for the 2nd time in A Serpent's Tooth, the King Lear Musical, January 24 - February 2nd at the Bartell Theatre. Go to http://arewedelicious.com/tickets to purchase advance tickets ($25)

Alivia Kleinfeldt is a bassist, vocalist, songwriter, and performer that got her start in a rock band with her best friend in 8th grade. In those short 7 years since, Kleinfeldt has written and recorded music for several albums and performed hundreds of shows in local bands like Modern Mod, Dash Hounds, and Squarewave, and is no stranger to the stages of the Majestic, Barrymore, and Overture Center. Kleinfeldt has also recently begun trying her hand at scoring, starting with some independent film. In addition to writing, Kleinfeldt has appeared in the orchestra pit for several musicals, including Spamalot, on double bass and bass guitar.

Friday
Jan182019

A Serpent's Tooth Ensemble Member – Tim Andersen

Tim Anderson joins Delicious for the 1st time in A Serpent's Tooth, the King Lear Musical, January 24 - February 2nd at the Bartell Theatre. Go to http://arewedelicious.com/tickets to purchase advance tickets ($25)

Tim Anderson grew up in Madison and has been playing and singing in local and Minneapolis indie rock bands for the past several years. He records music under the name Able Baker and recently has been playing in Combat Naps. His thoughtful songwriting and guitar work sometimes get compared to Modest Mouse and Elliott Smith which makes him very happy.

Friday
Jan182019

A Serpent's Tooth Ensemble Member – Andrew Rohn

Andrew Rohn joins Delicious for the 8th time in A Serpent's Tooth, the King Lear Musical, January 24 - February 2nd at the Bartell Theatre. Go to http://arewedelicious.com/tickets to purchase advance tickets ($25)

Andrew Rohn got his start in Madison theater at Broom St. Theater in 1990, working with the inimitable Joel Gersmann. He wrote the music for Joel's The Grant and My Fair Arab, where he met his wife Catherine. The two of them went on to write the musicals Temp Slave (now Temps, The Musical), Walmartopia and In the Beginning. Walmartopia ran Off-Broadway for four months in 2007. They also wrote many short musicals over the years for Mercury Players Blitz festivals.  His music was featured in Doug Reed's Lamentable Tragedie of Scott Walker and Nottingham and his compositions have been used by Apple and The Onion, among others. He accompanies local improv troupe Monkey Business Institute on keyboard, and he also leads local disco supergroup V05 and the critically acclaimed but very obscure emo-folk (?) duo The Passersby, with Matthew Sanborn. Andrew has written and performed in all seven previous Delicious music shows.

Friday
Jan182019

A Serpent's Tooth Ensemble Member – Sean Michael Dargan

 Sean Michael Dargan joins Delicious for the 4th time in A Serpent's Tooth, the King Lear Musical, January 24 - February 2nd at the Bartell Theatre. Go to http://arewedelicious.com/tickets to purchase advance tickets ($25)

 

Sean Michael Dargan is almost too tall, standing six feet, four inches in his favorite black-and-white saddle shoes. His penchant for two-tone footwear and bow ties dates back to high school, although the nuns at St. Camillus Catholic School say there were obvious signs as early as fourth grade. These fashion choices left Sean with very few dates during his formative years, so he had ample time to practice his guitar playing, singing and songwriting -- passions he acquired after leaving behind his highland bagpipes, much to the delight of the entire neighborhood.