Sunday, June 6, 2010



Pride doesn't have to end with the weekend! On Monday, June 28th, Fosse Jack and Seattle's Tinseled Tart, Polly Wood, present THE JACK & WOOD SHOW: A Neo-Vaudevillian Cabaret!

Hosted by Fosse Jack and Polly Wood, it will be an evening of music, dance, burlesque and original sketches (including a Jack & Wood Original Series Roomies!) as performed by our hosts, the J&W Ensemble, and guest performers: The Cougar Trio, and Wiggy Starrdust

THE JACK & WOOD SHOW returns to the intimate JewelBox Theater, at The Rendezvous in Belltown. Full food and beverage service is available within the JewelBox! Come nurse those Pride-induced hangovers, and help us kick off the summer!

Date: June 28th 2010
Times: 8:00, doors at 7:30 (21+) .
Cost: $13 at the door (Cash only)
Place: The Rendezvous JewelBox Theater, 2322 2nd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible, call 206-218-9901 for front seating.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Fosse Jack's Bio

Fosse Jack (James/Jim Out of Costume), The Limelight Loverboy, has been performing since he was old enough to feel a beat. His first appearance on stage was crawling on all fours as a lamb in his church Christmas pageant at the age of 6 and to this day, he often finds himself on his knees when the spotlight hits him.

An actor and dancer by trade, Fosse earned his BA in Theater Arts (and Christian Theology, believe it or not) at Seattle Pacific University in 2004 and shortly there-after entered the professional theater scene in Seattle.

He has played sensuous, conniving devils (Nickels, JB; Wormwood, The Screwtape Letters), noble radicals (Haimon, Antigone; Willem Tenboom, The Hiding Place), sinister fanatics (Nazi Officer, The Hiding Place; Herr Zeller, The Sound of Music), a loveable sex-toy (Rocky, The Rocky Horror Show), as well as dancing cowboys, flamboyant waiters, stoic gangsters, and snotty aristocrats in a variety of musicals. He became a burlesque fan after watching Polly Wood (Delish) for the first time in 2008, and made his own debut at EmpeROAR Fabulous’ benefit show, Fresh Air in 2010. He finds the ‘alternative’ stage as much to his liking as the main stages of SMT, SSR, and TNW.

Fosse Jack counts his namesake, Bob Fosse, as his most important artistic influence, Lady Gaga as his Muse, and Jesse Belle-Jones as his fairy godmother.