Wren Ross in A Musical Feast
Wren Ross, 617-568-WREN(9736)
Wren Ross presents "A Musical Feast" at the Cambridge
Center for Adult Education's Blacksmith House on the evenings
of Thursday, April 3rd and Saturday, April 5th, 1997 at 8 PM.
Wren Ross in her celebration of the gift of music at The
Blacksmith House, 56 Brattle Street in Cambridge. Tickets
Musical Feast" is a sumptuous selection of songs performed
by Wren Ross. She performs a wide variety of repertoire
from classical, jazz, folk, pop, blues and musical theatre. Wren
has a glorious voice and is a gifted actress who has a unique
ability to convey the essence of a song as if it were an intimate
personal dialogue with the audience. She creates events where
something happens, something changes. The simple moment to moment
honesty of her songs make her work exciting, authentic and often
funny and touching.
has earned critical praise for her performances:
strong voice and sure stage presence."
The Boston Globe
The Boston Herald
always an interesting player..."
..."stunning Tour de Force..."
The Boston Phoenix
lovely voice: gentle, sweet, charming, winning, enticing."
Michael Shurtleff, Los Angeles
Former casting director for Bob Fosse,
David Merrick, and Jerome Robbins
Ross has been performing in the New York and Boston areas
for twenty years. Her recent singing engagements have included
the Café Mozart in New York City, and clubs such as the
Kendall Café, 1280 Beacon Street, Blacksmith House, and
the Lenox Hotel in Boston. This past summer, Wren played to enthusiastic
European audiences in Malta and Sicily where she toured
the ancient Greek theatres of Morgantina, Syracuse and Segesta.
Wren was a cast member of Shear Madness (Boston's longest
running play) for eleven years, and appeared in major roles at
The Charles Playhouse, The Next Move Theatre, and The Boston Repertory
Theatre. Her one-woman show, "A Strong Woman Is..."
received much acclaim throughout New England. In addition to her
various singing and dramatic credits, Wren can be seen and heard
in hundreds of broadcast spots. She has worked with such notable
personalities as Walter Cronkite, Jason Robards, Mason Adams and
Ben Vereen. Her voice can be heard in major museums across the
United States, and she has also appeared in several award-winning
CD-ROM productions. Among her television voice-over credits are
the PBS programs NOVA, The People's Century, and
Celebration of the American Family. Wren narrated She
Lives to Ride, a feature film about female motorcyclists.
& white and color photos are available.