Patterson is extraordinary. His joy is positively infectious and you can almost feel the audience levitate every time he takes the stage.
-Ashland Daily Tidings
PATTERSON TO PERFORM ONE MAN SHOW LIVE, LAUGH, AND LOVE IT ALL at OREGON CABARET THEATRE
Patterson's one man show LIVE, LAUGH, AND LOVE IT ALL! was scheduled to be a one night only event on March 11th at 8PM at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre. Due to the overwelming response, a matinee performance has been added at 2PM on March 11th. The show will feature Music Director, John Taylor on Piano and Tom Freeman on Drums. Click here for ticket information.
PATTERSON DIRECTS, CHOREOGRAPHS AND STARS IN FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE IN SOUTH FLORIA
The Stage Door Theatre, a Regional theatre in South Florida presented Patterson's revival of Clark Peter's Tony Award winning musical revue, Five Guys Named Moe. The show features the music of Louis Jordan who was known as the original father of R&B and Rock & Roll. Patterson also co-starred in this production as No Moe which also starred Brandon Hanks No Max, Micah Jeremiah Mims as Four Eyed Moe, Daryl L. Stewart as Little Moe, Philip Bolton and Big Moe, & Don Seward as Eat Moe (later replaced by Lamont Lamar Whitaker). This production is the 5th re-mount of Patterson's staging after playing the Depot Theatre, Oregon Cabaret Theatre, Lake Placid Performing Arts Center, Cohoes Music Hall and touring the Adirondack Theatre Region. Read the reviews.
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BROADWAY LEGEND, LESLIE UGGAMS ATTENDS PERFORMANCE OF SWING! AT THE WICK THEATRE FEATURING CGP
MY ONE AND ONLY AT COHOES MUSIC HALL
Patterson directed and choreographed a revival of George & Ira Gershwin's MY ONE AND ONLY, a tap spectacular that made it's Broadway debut in 1983. The original production starred top model Twiggy and Tommy Tune who also directed and choreographed the show. Patterson teamed with Scenic & Lighting designer, David Goldstein, to re-imagine this new production for the Cohoes Music Hall, a regional theatre located in the Capitol Region. The show featured Erin West & Nicky Rominello and a cast of 17. Check out the reviews:
PATTERSON STAGES KISS ME KATE REVIVAL AT WEST MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
Patterson served as guest Director/Choreographer for the West Michigan University production of the Cole Porter Tony Award-winning musical Kiss Me Kate. The show has become one of the most beloved musical comedies of the century, packed full of merriment and fun. Love interests and costars Fred Graham and Lilli Vanessi go on a raucous journey in this zany and delightful story of two individuals who find themselves in backstage chaos before acknowledging true love. Check out the review here.
"...Director Christopher George Patterson successfully accomplishes what he set out to do: Put on a charming classic musical that pays homage to the silver screen musicals of the 1940s and 1950s. It’s exactly the kind of gorgeous, funny, sweeping musical that leaves its audience members literally dancing out the door, humming one of the many witty and memorable Cole Porter songs."
Watch a clip of "Too Darn Hot" staged by Patterson: