The story of six girls trapped in a cage under the control of the Mistress. Each girl takes on a bird-like persona as they live trapped inside of their own petty interests. When the Wild One is brought into captivity, she urges the girls to see their situation for what it is and free themselves, but will they listen? Are they even capable of listening?
Friday, September 30 at 8pm
Saturday, October 1 at 8pm; talkback immediately following the show
Friday, October 7 at 8pm
Saturday, October 8 at 8pm; talkback immediately following the show
Sunday, October 9 at 3pm
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Anna has always had a love for acting, and being able to express that on the stage is just amazing for her! Anna is 12 years old, and is currently in 7th grade at Boyd W. Arthurs Middle School in Trenton, MI. In addition to acting, she loves to skate, sing and play with her siblings! When she gets older, Anna wants to become a pastry chef or a special education teacher. She hopes you enjoy the show!
Madison Ganzak is going into the 8th grade this Fall. She is no stranger to the stage and has been acting and singing since she was 7 years old with Dearborn Youth Theater. She also enjoys singing competitively, playing in the Jazz Band at her Middle School and has recently started playing the guitar. Her favorite role so far has been the role of Ariel in The Little Mermaid Jr. at the Players Guild of Dearborn. She has been a member of the Michigan Opera Theater Children’s Chorus and has done many shows with the Dearborn Summer Academy Players including: The Pirates of Penzance, Shrek the Musical and Alice Through the Looking Glass. She has recently been seen in Sleeping Beauty Kids as Maleficent at Downriver Actors Guild and Willie Wonka Jr. as Mrs. Bucket at Downriver Youth Theater. She is thrilled to be on stage in “Cagebirds” with so many talented people and hopes that you all enjoy the show!
Liliana Greimel started her acting career in 2010, in the show Free To Be… You And Me. And then Willy Wonka Jr. in 2011, Born in a Trunk in 2012, playing “Wilbur” in Charlotte’s Web the Musical in 2013, To Kill a Mockingbird in 2014, The Magic Flute in 2015, and “Jellylorum” in Cats this month. Aside from being in absolute love with theater, Liliana also loves spending time with her amazing family, writing, reading, and as much as her sister hates it… singing! She also loves playing and cuddling with her puppy, playing on her electronics with her siblings, and talking for hours and hours to her friends. She hopes you enjoy the show!
Hi, I’m Scout! This is my first show at Outvisible Theatre, and I’m very excited to share this new experience. I have been performing since I was ten years old. My first show was Inherit the Wind at the Players Guild of Dearborn, and since then, I’ve loved being on stage. I was most recently in Dearborn High School’s production of Chicago, where I played The Hunyak. In between running around Michigan to get to rehearsal, I love to hang out with my family, surprise them with my amazing baking skills, relax on the couch with my dog, and just be weird with my siblings. I want to thank my family for being so helpful and supportive during the entire process of the show, especially my sister, who would drop everything to help me out with my show work, even though she was just as busy with it herself. I hope you enjoy Cagebirds!
My name is Kendall Manthei, I am 16 years old, and I’m a senior at Carlson High School. I have been involved in the arts and music almost my entire life and I hope to pursue acting or musical theater in college. Some of my favorite hobbies include singing, reading, running, and hanging out with my best friends. Past shows I’ve been in include The Wizard of Oz, White Christmas, and Cinderella.
Jean is excited to be part of Outvisible Theatre Company’s inaugural season! Jean’s more recent credits include an appearance in the Detroit Boxfest, staged readings at The Abreacht and Performance Network, and roles in Spring Awakening and Into the Woods for AKT Theatre. She also performed at the Cabaret Fundraiser for Arts Detroit this past November. Jean’s non-theatre life revolves around owning a martial arts school, Wyandotte Karate, and training in the discipline of Korean Tang Soo Do. Many thanks to Adriane for the opportunities and to fellow martial arts instructors for covering classes. All the love in the world to Greg for being the most awesome husband on the planet!
The Wild One
Alana Reinert is excited to be involved in her first show here at Outvisible Theatre. A senior at Northville High School, Alana has been performing in shows since she was a child. Most recently she has worked on The Little Mermaid (Flotsam), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Choreographer), 13 Past Midnight (Zara Dare), and Annie (Lily St. Regis) at Northville High School. Alana is so honored to have been cast in a show with such wonderful people and is looking forward to the opportunity to portray such an amazing character. She would like to thank her family for always being so supportive of her, as well as Adriane and all of the cast and production staff who have worked together to make this fantastic show possible.
Isabella Torres, 10th grade at Divine Child High School has a passionate love for singing, acting, dancing, music, and theater. Isabella has appeared in various print and television commercials including, Ford Motor Co, Long John Silver, Aldi’s, and her latest a television commercial for Great Expressions Dental. Isabella’s love for theater was born when she played young Cosette in the Divine Child High School production of Les Miserable in 2014. Isabella is also a National Championship winning figure skater with the Dearborn Crystallettes. She has performed in many plays and musicals such as Liesel in The Sound of Music, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and the latest performed in the role of Meg Giry in the Phantom of the Opera. She loves to compete in the American Guild of music singing competition. She has won Broadway age finalist champion 2015, duet national champion 2015, duet national champion 2016 and test list champion 2016. She also performs with the DC Choir, Forensics, and loves to shop, read, and spend time with friends and family. Isabella plans to continue to singing and pursue Musical Theater in high school and college.
Adriane Galea is thrilled to be directing the first show of Outvisible’s season and to be working with such an incredible cast of ladies. Adriane is the Artistic Director of Outvisible as well as the Executive Director of its parent organization, Center Stage Studios, where she teaches voice, piano, and acting. In the past, Adriane has worked both on and offstage with The AKT Theatre Project in Wyandotte, some of her favorites being Children of Eden (Mama Noah), Spring Awakening (Vocal Director), and The Turn of the Screw (Director). Adriane serves on the Board of Directors of the American Guild of Music and An Amazing Woman Foundation, and she is proud to have graduated, as well as currently pursuing a Masters degree, from the University of Michigan!
Harley Miah (Lighting Designer) is a professional in the entertainment technology industry. He is a freelance lighting programmer for a large number of nightclubs, concerts and festivals across the country, and the chief lighting designer for IKO Global Productions. He is also the lighting designer for the AKT Theatre Project in Wyandotte, and the Open Book Theatre Company in Trenton, where he designed the lights for all the shows in Open Book’s first two seasons and earned a Wilde Award for Best Design – Lights for his work on Red in 2015. When not in the theater, Harley spends his time painting, building Lego stages, loitering in museums, and riding his bicycle on the mean streets of downriver. Harley is very proud to be a part of Outvisible’s inaugural season, and thanks you for supporting this exciting new theatre company.
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