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One Night Only! Concert Featuring Singer/Songwriter Duo Sylvie Davidson and Trevor Wheetman
Talented husband and wife duo perform in concert Sylvie & Trevor: A Rubicon Love Story. They are also celebrating their first album release.
By: Rubicon Theatre Company
As their lives intertwined so did their individual talents, and in 2013 Davidson and Wheetman moved to Nashville to focus on writing and performing as a couple. Deriving inspiration from the great poets of songwriting such as Patty Griffin and James Taylor, their music is rooted in folk, Americana, and country. Thoughtful, honest, and often subtly humorous, their songs are rich in conversation and harmony, a perfect marriage of story and melody. But it is - perhaps - the story of their lives together that impacts audiences most. Loving, silly, honest, authentic - there is an authenticity to their relationship that resonates within their music. Their songs resound with the deep connection they share, and listeners are invited in as friends, accepted as they are, and offered all the love and laughter of home.
SYLVIE DAVIDSON can currently be seen as Cordelia in the mainstage production of King Lear. Other Rubicon productions include the American Premiere of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance and the World Premiere of Lonesome Traveler. A graduate of Knox College, she most recently appeared as Abigail Williams in ACT Theatre's The Crucible. In 2017, Davidson originated roles in two other World Premiere productions:
TREVOR WHEETMAN returns to Rubicon currently appearing in the mainstage production of King Lear for which he is also the Onstage Sound Coordinator. Other Rubicon credits include Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, The Folk-Rock Project as part of the Music for Changing Times Festival last year, Return to the Forbidden Planet, the American Premiere of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (for which he also wrote and performed original music), and the follow-up concert "Songs from the West and Beyond" co-starring his wife Sylvie Davidson whom he met in Lonesome Traveler. A multi-instrumentalist and songwriter, Wheetman has brought his musicianship to the theatre as a Music Director (Lonesome Traveler at The Laguna Playhouse and Off-Broadway)
Sylvie & Trevor: A Rubicon Love Story will be presented for only one night on Sunday, March 25 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $26. Please note there is a $4 processing fee.
Tickets may be purchased in person through the Rubicon Theatre Company Box Office at the corner of Main and Laurel in Ventura (Laurel entrance and downstairs) or online at www.rubicontheatre.org. To charge by phone, call 805.667.2900.