Marquette – 12/29/11 – Kaufman Auditorium held a great turnout from the community to share an evening of entertainment and laughs as Gale Lajoye delivered an outstanding performance of his rendition of Snowflake last evening.
This was the first time I had the privilege of watching Gale’s performance and I was amazed with his acting talent. As I watched Gale’s performance last night, his level of execution in the art of pantomiming reminded of my days growing up watching actors Jackie Gleason and Red Skelton in their perspective TV shows, doing their own mime routines.
One of the many enjoyable skits that made up Snowflake’s story was Gayle’s ballet fantasy dance on skis to “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy”.
The evening’s show began with musical performances from the bands, Drive, The Wachters and the Wednesday Night Music Club.
Much “Thanks” goes out to Jim Supanich of Sombrero Sound Company, who made everyone sound great during the evening.
Last night’s earnings will help out the operating budgets for Lutheran Social Services, Child and Family Services and Room at the Inn.
Here’s a peek of Snowflake performing his dance on skis!!