Dance Dance Party Party Vancouver

Local media maven and fun gal Sara Bynoe is picking up again with
Dance Dance Party Party Vancouver. It’s a blast with retro dance tunes
and any groove your heart desires.

Wondering what to expect?

From Den Mother and resident DJ Hottie Cooterati
aka Sara Bynoe…

Dance Dance Party Party is more than a dance party, it’s a mother effin’ revolution! It’s a judgment-free zone full of amazing ladies just like you. We guarantee you can do your funkiest, craziest dance moves and no one will bat an eye because we’ll all be doing the same.
THERE IS NO TEACHER so you can feel free to do what you want. Want to spin? Spin! Want to jump? Jump! Want to sit in the corner and do yoga? Sweet! Do it!

Dance Dance Party Party is just like being out at a club with your girlfriends without the expensive cover charge and sweaty dudes grinding on you (ew) and trying to get yer number (no).

Leave your painful high heels at home, but bring your workout clothes because you will SWEAT!

DDPP started in NYC in 2006 and now has chapters all over the world. DDPP VanCity has been happening since 2008 with Den Mama Sara Bynoe (with a few hiatuses here and there).

So… what are you waiting for? Join the fun!

NOTE: Actual time 8:45-9:45pm
Now on Tuesdays!
Drop in $7

More info here:
ddppvancouver.wordpress.com

I’ve been and, it’s true, both sweat and fun were had!

I’m reading at a play reading

It’s true, I’ll be reading at this play reading.
I’ll also have a costume on display.

In celebration of International Women’s Day
Alley Theatre invites you and a guest to our Staged Reading of

MRS. WARREN’S PROFESSION

An evening of wine, appetizers, art and literature to shine light
on a story not often told.

In benefit of PACE Support Services and WISH Drop-In Centre.

Come explore with us the current relevance of this classic play and help us create dialogue within the arts community, the professional world, and our community at large about what it means to be a woman today, what women sex trade workers experience in our society and what we can do to foster respect, equality and hope in our community.

Admission is by donation.
Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served.

All proceeds to benefit PACE Support Services and WISH Drop-In Centre.

The benefit reading will also serve as a showcase of Alley Theatre’s vision for a 2013 full production of Mrs. Warren’s Profession and include some of Vancouver’s most exciting actors: Kerry Sandomirsky, David Marr,
Daniel Arnold, Eric Keenleyside, Patrick Keating, and Nita Bowerman
with preliminary set and costume.

DETAILS
Tuesday March 6, 2012
CBC 700 Studio (700 Hamilton Street)
Reception at 6:15pm
Reading Commences at 7pm
Followed by a Brief Discussion at approximately 9pm

*SPECIAL NOTE*
This is a private, invite-only event. Please RSVP by March 4, 2012 to info@alleytheatre.ca with your name and whether you will bring a guest, to ensure seats will be held. Admission is via this reserved guest list only; no admission at the door.

THE ORGANIZER
Alley Theatre is an award-winning, non-profit theatre company that has been producing “site-specific” and “created-space” theatre since 2008 in Vancouver, BC. Past productions include Confessions, Tape, Wicked Shorts and Lost in Place. We strive to create theatre that “makes the invisible visible” by seeking out stories that shine light on characters not often heard from in society and by bringing our audience directly into
the environment of the play.
http://www.alleytheatre.ca

THE BENEFICIARIES
PACE – Providing Alternatives, Counseling and Education Society —PACE is a sex worker lead and driven organization offering low-barrier programming support and safe respite for survival sex workers in Vancouver.
www.pace-society.org

WISH Drop-in Centre Society— Operated by women for the exclusive use of female survival sex workers, the WISH Drop-In Centre Society is a registered non-profit society that furnishes a variety of services within a nurturing and non-judgemental environment. www.wish-vancouver.net/

RSVP Now! at info@alleytheatre.ca