Posts Tagged“Performing Arts”

What a complete treat it was to be invited to attend this year’s MOMIX in the Garden.

To see MOMIX perform is always sure to be an incredible experience, but to see MOMIX perform privately for a small group of about 200 or so attendees – well, it was one of those never to be forgotten evenings! The half-hour performance (a selection of dances from their varied shows) took place at the home of Kristin & Grant Mudge in Norfolk. The evening would benefit the Susan B. Anthony project based in Torrington.

To be perfectly honest, ever since our trip to the Sharon Playhouse a couple of weeks ago to see Little Shop of Horrors, I’ve been pining a little bit. It was that good. It’s the most magical little country playhouse you can imagine…and if you imagine a country playhouse equals small time productions, you’re mistaken. It’s discoveries like this that have Lora and I high-fiving that we ventured into Unlocking Litchfield together.

Unlocking Litchfield was invited to attend and cover the After School Art Program’s Celebration of Young Writers 10th anniversary event on May 30th. We’d heard wonderful things, so we were excited to get our casual chic on, head over to The Gunnery in Washington, and see what it was all about.

We had the pleasure of meeting actress Mizuo Peck, known for her role as Sacajawea in the Night at the Museum movies, when she came up from the city to Lora’s studio in New Milford for a photo shoot in March. Mizuo is beautiful, as well as poised, composed, and gracious enough to let Unlocking Litchfield practice our interviewing techniques on her.

Here’s what we chatted about…