Full Moon Fridays

EPISODE: “DON’T BURST MY COVID BUBBLE” – FRIDAY, MARCH 26

No need to venture outside of your COVID bubble to watch this episode, and no need for our performers to either. Tune in for a night of marvelous performances because for these families, home is where the music is!
Featuring:
  • Ashley Garlick and Matt Hammons
  • Tracy Camp, Kahlil Leneus and Daniel Olson

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Tracy and her son, Kahlil, met Daniel performing in the musical Oklahoma! at Woodminster when Kahlil was two. Tracy and Daniel were married for awhile but prefer their current unmarried, best friend relationship, still relying on each other as a family. Kahlil thinks of Daniel as his stepdad, and they joke that Kahlil inherited his voice from Daniel.

Tracy and Kahlil have performed together at San Francisco Opera, Pacific Conservatory Theatre, and they played mother and son in The Gathering with Jones Street Productions.

Tracy has performed all over the Bay Area and she joined AEA during one of her shows at TheatreWorks. Tracy double-majored in math and Russian at Howard University, got her master’s in math from CSUEB, and teaches math at Laney College, following in her mother’s footsteps (who taught math at Laney). Tracy is the Casting and EDI Consultant for the newly formed Owls Nest Theatre Company.

Kahlil has performed as Valjean in Les Misérables (Berkeley Playhouse TeenStage), Cinderella’s Prince in Into the Woods (ACT Young Conservatory), and Collins in RENT (Youth Musical Theater Company). A high school senior, he is currently applying to colleges to study Musical Theater or Film.

Daniel received a B.A. in Theater Arts from CSU Humboldt, moved to the Bay Area in 2003, and is now a member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA. He appeared as Pasquale in Most Happy Fella (42nd Street Moon), Ben Weatherstaff in The Secret Garden (TheatreWorks), and Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof (Contra Costa Musical Theater). 

Matt and Ashley have been an ongoing showmance since the two met back in 2011 during an audition for The Rocky Horror Show at Chico Cabaret. Ever since then, the two have played opposite each other in productions from Chico to the Bay in shows such as ArcadiaCat on a Hot Tin RoofReefer Madness, and of course, 42nd Street Moon’s production of The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. Quite recently, the two decided to extend their showmance into an unlimited run, when Matt popped the question, and the two couldn’t be more thrilled. For Full Moon Friday, they’re excited to showcase their love of all kinds of music styles, from beloved musical theatre classics to hard rock jams.

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