NANDA with openers the Gallus Brothers
"NANDA isn't an act. It's a whole four-man vaudeville show. The performing arts group is characterized by a calculated chaos of dancing, juggling, music, acrobatics, and slow motion and high energy kung-faux fighting. It's like watching a circus-ninja-dance-comedy-action-movie, performed live on stage. They blend the slapstick aesthetics of the Monkees, the Three Stooges and Jackie Chan into a single frenetic event. Their show is all at once exuberantly innovative & widely appealing to audiences of all ages," says the Seattle Times.
The Gallus Brothers open the show. They sound like a record collection found in the basement of a retired acrobat with a penchant for good old fashioned blues. Devin Champlin savagely syncopates on a reso-phonic guitar, while Lucas Hicks amps it up by playing percussion on a suitcase full of bones, bells and antique tomfoolery. Both are talented multi-instrumentalists and their sets are a mix of country blues, old tin pan alley songs, mandolin and fiddle tunes, and a dash of danger by way of acrobatic antics. They have played across the US and Canada from festival stage to smoky bar, wooing crowds with their fun music, their good humor, and their willingness to jump on a table, stand on each other, and juggle while playing a good old tune from way back when.
Methow Valley Community Center (View)
201 S Methow Valley Highway
Twisp, WA 98856
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|