Michael Boudewyns is a member of Really Inventive Stuff, and he’s super excited to return to the Richmond Symphony Orchestra. Michael made his RSO debut in 2010.
Really Inventive Stuff’s previous RSO performances: Green Eggs and Ham (2016, 2011), Peter and the Wolf (2012, 2010), Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (2012).
Based outside of Portland, Maine, and founded in 2004, Really Inventive Stuff, noted for “using simplicity as a form of genius” by The Philadelphia Inquirer , performs family concerts with orchestras internationally (Singapore), in Canada (Winnipeg, Victoria) and around the United States; including the National Symphony, Philadelphia, Saint Louis, Utah, Seattle, Detroit, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Kansas City, Richmond, Hartford, Des Moines, Texarkana, Harrisburg, New Haven, Lincoln, Richardson, Rochester, Portland, Delaware, Princeton, Illinois, Symphony in C, Annapolis, Kennett, the Symphony of Southeast Texas, and the Westchester Philharmonic.
This season, Really Inventive Stuff debuts with the Quad City Symphony Orchestra (Green Eggs and Ham, The Sneetches), Missoula Symphony Orchestra (The Story of Babar, Tubby the Tuba), Allentown Symphony Orchestra (Peter and the Wolf, The Toy Symphony), Salisbury Symphony Orchestra (Peter and the Wolf, The Toy Symphony), the Imperial Symphony Orchestra (Dvorak’s New World), and in Canada, the Regina Symphony Orchestra (Peter and the Wolf).
Michael grew up in Iowa. He has a BA in Theatre from University of Northern Iowa, and his MFA in Acting from the Professional Theatre Training Program at the University of Delaware. To learn more, visit: www.ReallyInventiveStuff.com.