In the musical comedy Xanadu, Kira, a magical and beautiful Greek muse, descends from the heavens of Mt. Olympus to Venice Beach in 1980 on a quest to inspire a struggling artist to achieve the greatest artistic creation of all time—the first ROLLER DISCO! But when Kira falls in love with the mortal, her jealous sisters take advantage of the situation and chaos abounds!
Directed by guest artist, Christopher George Patterson
Christopher is an award winning Director/Choreographer, Conceiver, and Performer. A native of New Jersey, Christopher’s work has been featured across the country and Canada. He has worked for regional theatres including the Paper Mill Playhouse, Oregon Cabaret Theatre, and Cumberland County Playhouse. Other directing/choreography credits include: The Wiz, Sweet Charity, The Wedding Singer, Smokey Joe’s Café, Hairspray, Kiss Me Kate, Backwards In High Heels, Guys and Dolls, Cabaret, Crazy For You, Children of Eden, Ain’t Misbehavin’, Damn Yankees, and Dreamgirls. He has worked as the Dance Assistant for the Broadway Company of Disney’s The Lion King. As a performer, he recently appeared in the Off-Broadway revival of Michael John LaChiusia’s The Wild Party. He has also been seen in the Broadway national tours of My One and Only and Crazy For You, where he was Dance Captain for Tony nominated choreographer, Joey McKneely. He appeared in the Broadway production of Charles Bush and Julie Halston: Back On Broadway. Other roles include: Hot Mikado (The Mikado), Pippin (Leading Player), Five Guys Named Moe (No Moe), Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Ken/Andre), and Jesus Christ Superstar (Peter). He has conceived and directed many new musicals including It Had to Be You which opened Off-Broadway, Sing Happy – The Liza Minnelli Musical Tribute, and his recent project, Dance Bojangles, Dance!, about the life of the legendary Bill Robinson.
Opened in 2013, the Lyche Theatre offers ample leg room and clear views of the stage from any of its 450 seats. Entrances and exits are centrally located and fully accessible for all.