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Catherine, or "Cat" as she likes to be called, is our soprano, our pitch-finder, pianist, bass guitarist, ukulele player and stand up bass extraordinaire. Catherine has performed in Ratio Theatre's children opera, Brundibar, and as an ensemble member and soloist in Les Miserables and Young Frankenstein. She has performed at several showers, weddings and multiple school and community events. Catherine has been asked to sing in her school's first honor choir. Cat performed in Jekyll & Hyde last Spring.
Abigail learns how to play instruments as quickly as we can provide them to her. She prefers to play guitar, but she also enjoys playing piano, saxophone, dulcimer, violin/fiddle, bass guitar and mandolin. Abigail was very shy about singing on stage at first, but several theater productions have helped her find her voice as well! She was one of the leads in the children's opera, Brundibar, and she performed in Shrek. In 2015, Abigail was honored to portray Gavroche in Les Miserables and then played Oliver Twist in CCT's Oliver! She was Valentine in NBCT's Mary Poppins, had a featured role in Jekyll & Hyde and played Betty Parris in The Crucible. She played guitar in the pit for The Sound of Music this summer and will be the Cat in the Hat in Seussical this Fall at Rivertowne Theatre. Abigail is learning sound and lighting as well. She has the theater/stage bug!
Mason has played piano for several years, and he is now learning guitar.
He is also following in his sisters' footsteps on the stage. He performed in Oliver!, Mulan and Mary Poppins. Mason played Kurt in The Sound of Music this summer.
Strung Together plays a variety of types of music. The common thread for us is that they are all songs that we love. Folk, old-time, Americana, spirituals, a bit of bluegrass and a dash of country…each of these songs tells a story, and they have each become part of our story as we have learned to play them together and put our own spin on each one.
Dare sings lead and back up, and George plays piano and banjo.