2013 Performing Artists

We thank the performing artists

who GAVE generously of their

time and talent to FIVE by FIVE 2013!

  • Ron Collins, Tampa Taiko: Japanese Shakuhachi Flute
  • Careena Cornette, Performing Artist: Folk-acoustic adaptation of the song “Boyz in the Hood”
  • Richard DiPietra, Scene from his one-man show, “I Am a Cuban Sandwich”
  • Adrian Errico, Film: “Strangers”
  • Improbable Athenaeum Theatre: Scene from Edna St. Vincent Millay’s Aria da Capo, performed by Nicole Jeannine Smith and Giles Davies, directed by Jo Ann Averill-Snell, which will be part of the 2014 Script-in-Hand Stagings season. Nicole and Giles will play the harlequin characters Columbine and Pierrot.
  • Walter “Wally B” Jennings, Poet: “Faded Superman Logo”
  • Jobsite Theatre: Reading by Jaime Giangrande-Holcom of Edward Gorey’s “The Doubtful Guest”
  • Stacey Knight, Saxophone
  • Sam Koppelman and Pamela Epps, Vibraphone and Saxophone
  • Grettel Mendez, HCC Dance
  • Monday Monday, Vocal Group: Tributes to one of the most harmony-rich pop groups of the ’60s … The Mamas and the Papas
  • Moving Current dance collective: Performance from “Theory of Duality” by Brian Dean Fidalgo II and Sean McDonald; choreography by Erin Cardinal
  • Rhonda J. Nelson, Poet and Multi-media Artist
  • Dance: A combination of painting, sonnets and dance inspired by the multi-media works of the late artist Sekou Sundiata.
  • Powerstories Theatre: Matriarchal chant accompanied by handheld drums and highlighted with autobiographical spoken stories.
  • Sean Ricciardi: Comedic Monologue
  • Jordan L. Rodgers, Liverpool, UK, Film: “A Vision of Utopia”
  • Shoes at the Door Dance Company: Dance solo, “Reflecting” set to French operatic music.
  • Stageworks Theatre: Merengue from “How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents” performed by actors Cornelio Aguilera and Marlene Peralta, choreographed by Carolina Esparza
  • Tampa Oratorio Singers: America the Beautiful and West Side Story medley
  • Tampa Repertory Theatre: Dana Beth Kovar performs a scene from their current production, “White People”