Aerosol scientists suggest that singing is an activity associated with an increased risk of audience exposure to the SARS-CoV2, the virus that causes COVID-19. In order to minimize that risk, the singers in shows presented at Blue Strawberry starting this August will all perform from as far upstage as possible. read more...
Everything’s Fine: A Bear in Search of His Honey
The world of online dating can be a tricky game to master. In a one-man cabaret, Mark Saunders will take you on a journey through the ups and downs, the goods and bads, and especially the tops and bottoms of his journey to find love. The evening will be full of laughter, heartbreak, and 100% true horror stories that will make us all feel better about ourselves. Come out, have a drink, and let’s talk!
Accompanist: Stephen Eros (!)
Here's what audience members to this show have to say:
“...a delightful time of laughter, honesty, genuine storytelling, and delightful singing. Such a treat.” “...ran me through the entire gamut of emotions and I am forever grateful...”
“Magically talented and hilarious!!” “I didn’t want it to end” “Beyond amazing!” “A performance I will never forget!” “It was perfect!” “A wonderful time...thanks for the laughs, the tears, and the love.”
A St. Louis native, Mark is a well-rounded performer in both the classical and musical theater worlds performing anything from Donizetti to Sondheim. Mark studied in the BFA Musical Theater program at Lindenwood University. Most recently, Mark was seen as Brother Jeremiah in the International Tour of Something Rotten!, which closed in Seoul, South Korea. Mark is also a coach for actor/singers. He works with singers on being able to switch easily between different styles of music, along with other crucial aspects of getting the most out of every song that they sing.