The Tabard Theatre Company announces a special three-day engagement of Ric Iverson’s original cabaret musical Ric Iverson Is Alive and Well and Living In Milpitas on Friday and Saturday, July 8 & 9 at 8pm and Sunday, July 10 at 2pm. The performance is available for in-person patrons and livestream from home, and the recording will be accessible as On-Demand for two weeks after the show. Tabard was honored to present a workshop version of this cabaret last April just as we were being allowed audiences back into our room, to an overwhelmingly positive response, and so we are overjoyed to be able to present Iverson’s now fully-realized show.
With his unique blend of prose, song, humor, and pathos, Ric Iverson’s solo cabaret musical chronicles his life as a gay man—with all its joys and hurdles—from the sunny beaches of Santa Cruz, to the bright lights of Vegas, to the Great Mall of Milpitas. Iverson’s delightfully engaging storytelling interweaves seamlessly with his 11 original songs which serve as a poignant backdrop to the tapestry of his life. Audiences are invited to join Ric and his guitar on an always-heartfelt and often-hilarious musical journey to cover the distance between the family we are born with and the family we ultimately get to choose.
Born and raised in Santa Cruz, the classically trained Iverson has performed the Bay Area as a musician and musical theatre actor, including in such roles as Daddy Warbucks in Annie, Will Rogers in Will Rogers Follies, and Peter Jones Jr. in Cumberland Blues.
Event is ages 13+
We are restricting in-person ticket sales to vaccinated patrons only. The state cards will be checked at the door. Face masks are optional.