Singing phenom Mandy Gonzalez
Mandy Gonzalez was taking a break from starring as Angelica Schuyler in Hamilton when she brought her show Raise the Roof to Lone Tree Arts Center. The stunning entertainer with the powerhouse voice has had several popular roles on Broadway and is also known for her television work – Lucy Knox on Madame Secretary, and Agent Susan Coombs on Quantico. She has also appeared in White Collar, The Good Wife and the feature film Across the Universe.
Originally from California, Mandy says her heritage is that of a Mexican-American father and Jewish –American mother whose love story is compelling. She was most proud to introduce her first studio album Fearless and referred to it throughout the evening. The personable performer was available for photos and autographs after the show.
Prior to the concert, a select number of guests were treated to a cocktail party staged by Lone Tree Arts Center Guild at Berkeley Homes’ Bellwether community conveniently located just blocks away. The impressive show home boasted a view, a bar and hors d’oeuvres catered by Biscuits & Berries.
Lone Tree Arts Center’s Robin Scurbo, City of Lone Tree Council Member Wynne Shaw and Lone Tree Arts Center’s Michelle Sosa-Mallory.
Pam Piro, event Co-chair Gayle Ray and Sky Ridge Medical Center’s Linda Watson. Photos by Scottie Taylor Iverson
Lone Tree Arts Center Guild Presidents – Lynn Pender, event Co-chair Susan Stiff and Tonya Fallows.
Bellwether Sales Manager Carol Barrington with Chris and Joy Murphy.
Berkeley Homes President Jeffrey Willis with Lone Tree Mayor Pro Tem Susan Squyer and former Lone Tree Mayor Jack O’Boyle.
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