Teatro ZinZanni Seattle

  1. Legendary foot juggler Charly Castors of Les Castors teaches a quick intro into the art of scarf juggling for Teatro ZinZanni's Camp ZinZanni.

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  2. Legendary foot juggler and teacher for Teatro ZinZanni's Camp ZinZanni, Charly Castors of Les Castors teaches a quick intro into one of the most basic circus skills, balance.

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  3. Filmed at Teatro ZinZanni Seattle on November 7, 2011.

    Originally from Illinois, Francine has toured worldwide appearing with greats including Miles Davis, Stanley Jordan, Smokey Robinson, Etta James and the Crusaders. Since 1985 she has toured with Lyle Lovett and his Large Band. Ms. Reed has also appeared on recordings by Delbert McClinton, Willie Nelson and Roy Orbison. In the 1990s, Francine released her first solo album, I Want You to Love Me and received the W.C. Handy Artist of the Year and Song of the Year nominations. (The W. C. Handy awards were re-named the Blues Music Awards in 2006). Reed was inducted into the Arizona Blues Hall of Fame in 1997. She currently resides in Georgia.

    Reed is perhaps best known for her performances of the classic blues song "Wild Women (Don't Get the Blues)," written in 1924 by Ida Cox. A recording of this song appears on Reed's albums, I Want You to Love Me, I Got a Right!...to Some of My Best,, and Blues Collection; as well as on Ichiban Record Wild Women Do Get the Blues and Lyle Lovett's Live in Texas.

    francinereed.net/

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    lylelovett.com/#/music/

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  4. Filmed at Teatro ZinZanni Seattle on November 7, 2011.

    Originally from Illinois, Francine has toured worldwide appearing with greats including Miles Davis, Stanley Jordan, Smokey Robinson, Etta James and the Crusaders. Since 1985 she has toured with Lyle Lovett and his Large Band. Ms. Reed has also appeared on recordings by Delbert McClinton, Willie Nelson and Roy Orbison. In the 1990s, Francine released her first solo album, I Want You to Love Me and received the W.C. Handy Artist of the Year and Song of the Year nominations. (The W. C. Handy awards were re-named the Blues Music Awards in 2006). Reed was inducted into the Arizona Blues Hall of Fame in 1997. She currently resides in Georgia.

    Reed is perhaps best known for her performances of the classic blues song "Wild Women (Don't Get the Blues)," written in 1924 by Ida Cox. A recording of this song appears on Reed's albums, I Want You to Love Me, I Got a Right!...to Some of My Best,, and Blues Collection; as well as on Ichiban Record Wild Women Do Get the Blues and Lyle Lovett's Live in Texas.

    francinereed.net/

    facebook.com/pages/Francine-Reed/108086572545014

    lylelovett.com/#/music/

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Teatro ZinZanni is a three-hour whirlwind of cirque, comedy and cabaret featuring an international cast. The show, which includes a five-course feast, opened in Seattle in 1998 and is now running concurrently there and on San Francisco's Embarcadero.

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