What makes a princess? What makes a guy? What’s in a name? The Princess Chronicles is a sparkling musical journey through royal guyness, a fairy tale told through song and story exploring our nature and identity.
This presentation of The Princess Chronicles is our first appearance at Resonance Events and will serve up the Broadway, the pop, the Palestrina, the barbershop, the jazz and hell, if you throw a dart at a board marked ‘song styles through history’ you will hit at least two songs we will sing.
Joining Princess Guy will be special guest, the luminous Jeannette d’Armand.
“‘Whatever comes,’ she said, ‘cannot alter one thing. If I am a princess in rags and tatters, I can be a princess inside. It would be easy to be a princess if I were dressed in cloth of gold, but it is a great deal more of a triumph to be one all the time when no one knows it.’” ― Frances Hodgson Burnett, “A Little Princess”
About Princess Guy
Princess Guy, “Seattle’s Most Fabulous Vocal Quartet,” is the self-directed, independent male vocal quartet made up of former members of Captain Smartypants and Zipper! offering original vocal arrangements of pop, jazz and comedy songs, as well as comedic takes on non-comedic songs. Princess Guy is a North American vocal ensemble of four fabulous fellows, founded […]
About Eric Lane Barnes
Eric Lane Barnes (baritone) is the author of the critically acclaimed Fairy Tales, which received numerous awards in Chicago, New York, and London. His scores and scripts for Chicago’s Lifeline Theatre include Tuck Everlasting, The Amazing Bone, Simple Jim and His Four Fabulous Friends, and Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel, the latter of which […]
About Jeffrey Erickson
Jeffrey (tenor) has lived in the Pacific Northwest for almost 40 years. He has been performing throughout Seattle since 2005. He has performed with the Seattle Men’s Chorus and Captain Smartypants. Jeffrey has been an elementary school teacher for 15 years and currently teaches 3rd grade in the Lake Washington School District. Jeffrey also volunteers […]
About Paul Rosenberg
Paul Rosenberg (bass) has been a singer since toddlerhood when at not even two years old, as legend has it, he mimicked Frank Sinatra singing “Just in Time” as it played through a car radio. Paul worked as an actor in mostly musical theater and cabaret in Colorado and Chicago from 1980 through 1993 when […]
About Ritchie Wooley
Princess Ritchie (tenor) was born in Pittsburgh, PA but has called Seattle home since 1996. He has performed on stages large and small in various roles. Earlier this year he celebrated 20 years of song and dance with Seattle Men’s Chorus. Ritchie enjoys his full-time career as a Broker with Pointe3 Real Estate throughout Puget […]
About Jeannette d’Armand
Jeannette brings to her professional life a rich and varied artistic background. Her singing career was nurtured at an early age by parents who were professional singers and voice teachers. Her acting life began as a young student of one of the nation’s greatest teachers and directors, Molly Smith, Artistic Director of Arena Stage in […]