Heartbeat in Cambridge
Heartbeat, a modern dance rock concert by George Woods, performed its second run at the Oberon in Cambridge this weekend. The live music and dance production celebrated love, life, dance, and music through the lyrical story of Woods’s life.
Pictured: The male lead, based on George Woods, was performed by Keil Coit (left). Audrey Zaferos played the Sun, life’s first true love.
Johnny Blazes and the Pretty Boys opened the night.
The ensemble danced across the stage, amongst the crowd, and on the balcony throughout the night.
George Woods performs live while performers narrate his album, Heartbeat, through dance.
Chantal Loreth (right), played Teenage Dream, the idea of the unfulfilled, reckless romance of teenage love.
Keil Coit dances with the Sun (Audrey Zaferos), embracing the dream of his first real love.
The audience danced along with the cast as George Woods sang “Marry Me.”
The ensemble danced, about to introduce the character the Moon.
Max Butler played the keyboard as part of the George Woods Band.
The Moon (center), played by Diana Pilarski, captivates the heart of the main character.
George Woods reiterated wisdom from his mother, “The heart does what the heart does,” telling the audience that you cannot always control where your heart leads you.
Keil Coit (right) and Diana Pilarski struggle with the feelings they have for one another when their hearts belong to someone else.
The audience watches as the distance between Keil Coit (left) and the Sun (Audrey Zaferos) becomes palpable.
George Woods repeats something told to him by his father: “Love is something that has you, you don’t have it.”
George Woods (far right) sings as Keil Coit and Diana Pilarski finally come together.
The night closed with a dance party where George Woods invited Johnny Blazes back to the stage.