We have performed in a variety of unique venues and locations . . . . boats, casinos, gazebos suspended 40′ high, television, concerts, stunt scenes, parades, movie studios, celebrity homes, conventions, haunted attractions, cargo containers, commercials, amusement parks and the list goes on. Add another to the list. . . Recently we had the opportunity to perform in a stunningly beautiful location in the southern end of the High Sierras for a re-enactment group.
The greenest stage and dance floor we’ve ever seen, and no power outlets among the trees. So we brought in a generator, sound and some basic lighting. No need for a backdrop! We began with a variety of western games and activities that included trickroping, virtual calf roping, rope making, cow milking, and butter churning.
Then we fired up the generator and the show and dancing began.
Christy and Melinda started with a western style trickroping showcase. Jay got into the act with the bullwhip. As the evening progressed the crowd got to their feet with some line and square dancing. We could have gone all night!
The lighting turned out much better than we anticipated! . . . thanks to the High Sierra sky.