My Life and How I Pretend to Live It (A Work In Progress)

With Peter Suarez

Date(s) & Times

August 6, 2016

7:00 PM




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The Studio@620 offers a variety of events, but very few events contain as much inherent variety as this unique one man performance! In "My Life and How I Pretended to Live It", Peter Suarez presents an anecdotal, musical, and physically thrilling evening of theatrical variety. The show has been described as " a bus full of characters, but when it stops only the driver gets off"-- to find out exactly what that means you'll have to come see for yourself - expect the unexpected!

"I most enjoy people that revere everything,....yet believe nothing, especially oneself,

is beyond ridicule".

Peter his soon to be released memoir entitled:

  "IT'S NOT THAT HARD TO FOOL PEOPLE, (or even yourself for that matter)"

As a performer, Peter/Peadar/Pedro has worn many hats.....and once, some really ill-fitting high heels.

Peter has danced with the Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center in,

'Carmen', 'La Traviata', 'Aida', 'Ballo en Mascara', and 'War and Peace'.

Performed with the 'Gypsy Kings' at Radio City Music Hall;

Served as style coach/adjunct choreographer for Cirque du Soleil's 'Corteo', and for Tanith Belbin and Ben Agosto prior to their 2006 Olympic Silver Medal in Ice Dancing.

In 2013 Peter performed in 'Zorro, the Musical', at The Alliance Theater in Atlanta, with Tony Award winning director, Christopher Renshaw.

In 2014 he was part of the cast of 'In Your Arms', directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Christopher Gattelli.

Peter also works as a member of the United States Olympic Team, helping to coach and choreograph seven of Marina Zoueva's Ice Dance teams in preparation for the upcoming Wold Championships. (Her Ice Dance teams won Olympic Gold in 2010, Gold and Silver in 2014).

As a musician, Peter has had the great good fortune to open for such artists as;

Bella Fleck, Shawn Colvin, Taj Mahal, and Leo Kottke.