A one-woman show written and
performed by Nancy Conger
Directed by Christine McHugh
Join the multi-instrumental Nancy Conger for a romp through the joys and mishaps
of a life spent making music. Through the stories, scenes, and songs, you'll touch
the highs and lows of life's verses. There's a stage mishap in High School.
Playing violin for a dying friend. An Opera star. A really white rapper.
And a peek into every excuse you've ever made for not singing or
playing your instrument. By the end, you might even be inspires to bring
music-making back into your life!
To book the 2-hour performance of "Instruments of Bliss: Sharps and Flats
of a Trebled Life, see Contact Iinformation below.
"I think of the Native American tradition of the
"jester," the person whose job it was to follow people around camp and point out
their pomposity or the error of their ways. You may be our society's jester."
-Kathy Weinberg, Marine-on-St. Croix, MN