Elements in Translation

Yup, it’s that time again: Elements in Translation. By now you should know that to get a good seat for one of these shows, you definitely have to get there early. I’m generally reduced to standing on the stool behind the concession counter, myself. This is a mesmerizing display of local urban talent: hip-hop, breakin, waacking, house, poppin, tap, african, bellydance, spoken word, singing, and modern dance.

Be there!

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Holy hot sauce, Batman! A new post!

First of all, I hope you’ll join all of us in wishing a fond farewell to our Communications Director, Rachel Hoffman, who is departing for the greener pastures of law school in North Dakota. Congratulations, Rachel!

And now, in the sparkling prose you have come to expect–nay, demand–from me, the basic information on the August shows. As always, more info can be found at www.patrickscabaret.org. Click on the calendar.

August 21st and 22nd Cabaret:

Marguerite Hanbery with “Gypsy Cello Music”

Brianna Belland performing “Alone/Together”

Music By Eric Moen

The Swiss Family Gorgunson, A new age comedy group

Dominic Hanft with the short film “First of the Month”

Dance by Joanie Mix

August 28th and 29th: An evening of hip-hop, breakin, spoken word, poppin, beatboxing, modern dance and singing.
Featuring choreography by Alanna Morris, Nicki Cullinan, Aneka McMullen, Debra McGee, Stephanie Shapso, Amy Sackett, and Arturo Miles. Poppin by Dancin Dave, music by Manboy, spoken word by Meta Def, singing by Alicia Steele. Beatboxing by Kailen Nelson.

Elements in Translation

Hey, y’all, Arturo Miles has a new show this Friday and Saturday, Elements in Translation. Seeing as the last show he guest-curated filled up every available seat, necessitated a row of people sitting on the floor, and packed the lobby to the extent that I had to stand on the counter to see the show–I would definitely urge you to be there before 7:30.

The ’Elements in Translation’ series continues at Patrick’s Cabaret.
aneka mcmullen
debra mcgee
epitome no question
arturo miles
amy sackett
b-boy j-sun
kenna sarge
vocalist ashley gold

This time featuring choreographers-

an evening of hip-hop dance,modern, jazz, breakin,spoken word,and singing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oh, and by the way, last week’s Spirit in the House=FANTABULOUS. Have I mentioned how much I want to kill people astronomically more musically or physically talented than me? (So, so much.) But then I wouldn’t get to listen to them sing and play musical instruments and dance, so I guess they’re safe. For now. *cue spooky music* Oh, and attending an Amy Salloway performance is now an official item on my Things to Do Again Before I Die list. The evening ended with a short preview film about the role of the queer tribal elder; if the eventual full-length movie is half as good it will still kick ass. Please visit www.gaywisdom.org to see how your contributions can help finish this important film.