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Please join us at our monthly reception at Rotary House Wednesday, September 19, from 5:30 to 7:00, 1600 Holcombe Blvd.  When arriving off Holcombe the valet will hand you a parking card and direct you to the garage.  For those who have not been, I especially encourage you to attend as we bring some comfort and joy to our out of town friends staying at the hotel while receiving cancer treatment at MD Anderson.  It is a great time for friendship and fellowship and I promise you will meet some great people from all over.  We are lucky to have Glenn Sharp return to provide entertainment.  Hope to see you there!



Glenn Sharp is a native Texan who graduated from South Houston High School and then attended Houston
Baptist University for Music Education. All his life doors have been opened that allowed him to travel across
the country and over-seas sharing his “words and music” and heart for people. Glenn has worked at various
venues in the Houston area, using his skills as a Music Director/Conductor for more than 100 professional,
community, and college/high-school theatre productions, as well as, numerous live events as a Producer
with Round Rock Productions and their clients to include, The United Way, Ronald McDonald Charities,
Memorial Hermann, The Kidney Foundation, The Children’s Festival of Houston, The Barbara Bush Literacy
Foundation, the National Senior Olympics, the HEB HOLIDAY PARADE, and the Houston Area YMCA.
Glenn was ordained into the ministry in 1984 and has served on the Ministerial Staffs of several area
churches, as a Student and Music Minister, as well as, numerous Police, Hospital, prison/jail Chaplaincy
programs, and mission work. He has served on the teaching staff of Theater Under the Stars Humphrey’s
School of Musical Theater and Communities in Schools Department, as the Vocal Music Director for Six Flags
Astroworld, The Great Caruso Dinner Theater, and several regional production tours, as well as, extensive
emcee, voice-over, and narration work. From 1998 until it’s end in 2015 he served as the Music Director and
Composer for DIONYSUS THEATER, one of the most celebrated “all inclusive” theater troupes in the country
and the only one in Texas. His creative collaboration with its founder, Deborah Nowinski, took the message
of this troupe from Houston area audiences, across the state and beyond to include the Kennedy Center in
Washington D.C. where their original musical, CODE RED, WHITE & BLUE, was the premiere performance to
celebrate the creation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Sharp and Nowinski also co-wrote the
well-received musical comedy, YADA, YADA, YADA, which has been performed extensively in the Houston
area with much success. Additionally, he has toured and shared the stage with numerous national
personalities using his vocal, piano, and humorist skills to complement these seasoned performers.
Currently Glenn continues use his ministry and worship gifts anywhere an open door or need allow. He also
serves on the Mentoring Staff of the Debusk Enrichment Center for Academically Talented Scholars
(DECATS), and as Music Director for Houston’s most fun musical entertainment venue, THE MUSIC BOX
THEATER along with their talented band, “GSharp and the MBT3.”