Tuesday, October 21, 2008
October 25th and Full Season Card
Pandora is ready to drop this weekend! We have a confirmed lineup of awesome performers, playing the saw, accordion, and guitar, singing, dancing, and even a little clowning. We have an entire season planned of unprecedented design entertainment. All we need is you.
As always any help telling your awesome friends about our awesome free party is super appreciated! Looking forward to seeing you all and showing you what we have been up to!
Indie Arts and Fashion: sale, salon, and performance!
October 25th, Saturday, from 2-8pm
BUS stop, 135 Dore off Folsom at 10th
As the sun orbits away from the center of our city, keep the chill out of your bones with a brand new warm jacket and a story told by the visionary who made it! This fall and winter Pandora's Trunk is opening anew, letting loose a wandering group of designers. Like minstrels or troubadours, they are traveling from venue to venue with trunks and bins loaded full of clothing and secrets in equal measure. Events this fall will take indie arts to a whole new level, blending fashion runway, storytelling, drag performers, accordionists, chanteuses, clowns, musicians, fine art, functional objects. Indie arts producers will also be demonstrating, interacting, and showing their work.
Engaging performers, live music, free refreshments, indie arts & fashion sale. These shall be our watchwords. Check out the website to keep up to date on
artists, performers, and mayhem.
And while you're at it check the rest of Pandora's winter season:
November 22nd, Saturday, from 1-5pm
Climate Theatre 285 9th @ Folsom
Come and hear the makings of our tale at Cabaret De(con)structiv. Climate Theatre is giving us a cross between a runway and a cabaret stage. We'll look inside your pants and tell you where they came from... telling a story using our ideas and our artifacts.
December 4th, Thursday, from 6-11pm
Brava Theatre 2781 24th @ York near Bryant
Watch the magic of our whole splendid story! We will settle into a luxuriant restored vaudeville theatre, using its gilded proscenium to frame a fully produced fashion design storytale.
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