AN EVENING WITH STEPHANIE REESE ~ Special Guest Sean Ghazi
About Stephanie Reese:
With roots in Seattle, and from a diverse ethnic background, she is gifted with a vocal versatility that is demonstrated in her musical repertoire, the theatrical roles she has played, and the tremendous range of her voice.
Stephanie became the first American born Filipina singer to stage a solo concert at the famed Carnegie Hall in New York City. Beginning her career in musical theatre in the titular role of Kim in the German production of Miss Saigon she has also portrayed Esmeralda in the Disney World Premier of the Hunchback of Notre Dame and Princess Tuptim in the King and I at the London Palladium.
Upon returning to the United States she wrote, directed and starred in her autobiographical one-woman show entitled The Journey to rave reviews in Seattle, San Jose, Los Angeles and at the Herbst Theater in San Francisco.
This paved the way for a solo concert career taking her to Russia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Sweden, Paris, Germany, China, The United States and Canada - collecting a very loyal and diverse fan base.
Although she has shared the stage with Patti Labelle, Natalie Cole and Lionel Richie, it is Stephanies philanthropic work that most excites her. As a UNICEF artist, she performs annually in Germany as part of an ongoing effort to raise funds for UNICEF Germany - which has also seen her involvement as a recording artist as well, composing and recording her version of their theme song in 2012.
After releasing her album The World of Stephanie Reese in Manila and on iTunes, Stephanie returned to London last year to play the leading role of Princess Kogajin in Marco Polo - The Untold Love Story, a role she originated and played in Manila and Paris.
Her album The World of Stephanie Reese is available on ITunes.
Auditorium at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (View)
554 Winslow Way East
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
|Minimum Age: 7|
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|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|