Jerry Lee Lewis

Buddy Holly is alive and well at the Stanley Theatre

Eight shows a week (and a quick trip to see the Jays in Seattle) have kept me very busy as of late.  I figured, at very least, I could share a couple interviews I did recently.  Hope to see you at the Stanley! Here is an appearance on Vancouver’s Urban Rush: From the Courier, July […]

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Dead Ringer in Surrey

Via Surrey Now:  One dead ringer for several dead singers On stage at Surrey Arts Centre; Zachary Stevenson best known for becoming Buddy Holly in Arts Club’s hit musical about doomed rocker By Adrian Chamberlain, Surrey Now Zachary Stevenson plugs in again for Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story, on stage at Surrey Arts Centre until […]

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Fire is extinquished. But the damage was done!

We have firefighters for good reason.  When something is ablaze, much is destroyed.  Well, it seems, performing the theatrical play- Fire can be destructive for an actor as well.  Yes, emotionally speaking, the character, Cale, (based on Jerry Lee Lewis) is fairly self-destructive, but I’m actually speaking quite literally in this case. Within the rehearsal […]

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Goodness, gracious opening night of FIRE!

Last night we opened FIRE to a standing ovation!  The role of Cale Blackwell – a character inspired by Jerry Lee Lewis has been my greatest challenge as an actor to date.  Just getting my fingers in shape to handle the songs in the show would’ve have been enough to focus on in three weeks.  […]

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