Posted by: Pam, at RML | August 30, 2020

Highlights from the musical South Pacific

Watch on RML’s YouTube channel

Premier: RML’s YouTube channel on Wednesday, September 2 at 7PM.

The show must go online!

Listen to outstanding studio performances by professional actors/singers Kristal Daniels and Steven Pollack.We’ll hear selections from this classic show based on James Michener’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 1947 book Tales of the South Pacific. The show runs about 50 minutes.

You will remember Steve if you watched the podcast on the Red Rose Girls or attended the live event in the Winsor Room. I remember when Steve was singing Sondheim in the Winsor Room and will never forget that. I am so glad we got in touch again as presenting virtual events is challenging and we are helping one another here.

About the performers:

Soprano Kristal Daniels is a graduate of the Peabody Conservatory of Music, BMus; Baltimore, MA. She has recently completed her MMus for Vocal Performance & Literature from the University of Western Ontario (UWO), CA. Kristal has sung several roles with the international music festival La Musica Lirica; Novafeltria, IT. Roles: Mimi, La Boheme; Madame Lidoine, Dialogues of the Carmelites; Violetta, La Traviata; and title role, Sour Angelica. She has also sung with the New York Lyric Opera Theatre for their Opera Gala at Carnegie Hall as a soloist. Recently, she performed the role of Countess in the UWO’s production of Le Nozze de Figaro. Hailing from New Jersey, she teaches private from home or now, virtually.

Steve Pollack is a performer director, lecturer and actor who has appeared in venues ranging from Grand Opera to Blues and Pop; an actor and director of stage plays; and as a lecturer and teacher in schools/universities, community organizations, private associations and retirement homes.  He has performed in many local and regional theaters in opera, concert, and musical theater and was one of the original members of Peter Nero’s Voices of the Pops in Philadelphia. He lectures often on subjects of culture, history, music, and social change with specific focus on the critical, ironic or trivial connections between historical events. He was educated at Franklin & Marshall College and Fairleigh Dickinson University.

RML is proud to support the arts by offering performances by local artists when many are staying home while we get through this together. So here we go with our sandy beach, a palm tree or two, and songs we love. So grab your favorite drink and go ahead, sing along if you please! This is a Night & Day Entertainment LLC production.


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