“I Am Vegetable”
“An Interactive Theatrical Dance Party”
Sat. Oct. 8th 2011
BUY TICKETS NOW LIMITED $20 ON SALE!!!
Dream Circus Theatre Presents…
I AM VEGETABLE
A costume party which merges theatre, story telling, music, performance art and dancing with interactive stage sets that integrate the audience as if they are part of the actual performance.
“Enter the Party and Live in the World of the Story”
Audience members become one with the story and turn into living theatrical characters of the event.
Back from a Deep Hi-Bear-Nation, Fud-gee Bear & Electric GrassHopper have awoken and climbed out from the underground city of Zion . Rising up like a phoenix, bringing magic, mystery & fantasy back into our world again..
SAT. OCT. 8th 2011
9:00 PM – 3:30 AM
(Dubstep / Electro Breaks)
- “BROCCOLI, I AM” (Dream Circus Theatre)
- Costumes designed by MKO (MKOCostumes.com)
- John Kelly (Ball of Wax / Moontribe)
- Shayn (Intetech / Deep LA)
- Bartek (Quade / Ball of Wax)
- SuneviL LovechiLd (Sunevil com)
- Petey (Technique)
(House /Tech House)
- Starring FADE DRA
- Mikey + Eddie (HAWT Music)
- Frank Fader (Dogtown DJ’s)
- Ben Annand (Moontribe / Tropical)
- DJ Xian Fayette (I Am)
- DJ M*Linss (Dogtown DJ’s)
THE MUSHROOM GARDEN:
- Imagika (ImagikaOm com)
- Trevor + Travis Wise (Green Sector)
- Maggie (Moontribe)
- Kevin Chills (See Thru Sound)
FLYING MUSHROOM HEAVEN:
- Special Live Performances
THE REFRIDGERATOR: (UPSTAIRS)
- Chill Zone
VEGGIE VOYEURISM MUSEUM:
Peep into the “green light’ district world of veggies….Watch and tantalize your taste buds.
“VEG JAH TAB BUL” Costume Contest:
- Hosted by FADE DRA
Visual Dreams & Imagination Scape:
- Video Projections by Michael Allen
Multi Media Artist Visual Dreams:
- Mobile Projections by Justin Hammond MCThis
Please bring your Favorite Organic Vegetable to participate in the Soup Ritual served all Night
Come in Costume as your favorite Vegetable
Date: Sat. 10.8.11
Time: 9:00 PM – 3:30 AM
FULL BAR 21+
Advanced online Tickets: www.groovetickets.com
- $20 1st Tier (Limited)
- $25 2nd Tier (Limited)
At the Door-Day of Event:
$30 With Vegetable Costume & bring Organic Vegetable for door discount.
$40 Just Plain Jane
Free Street Parking
$10 Secured Valet Parking
Text & Info Line: 310.853.3075
Show starts at 9:00pm
I just found this on the excellent KickStarter website, which helps people get the funding for their creative projects.
Visit the Kickstarter website and help fund this worthy project. And while you’re at it, why not come up with a project of your own and use the Kickstarter website to help raise funds to make it real!
The “People of Burning Man Coffee Table Book” project in particular resonated with me. Here’s an excerpt from the Kickstarter website that describes a little bit about the project:
Whether or not you’ve ever been to that thing in the desert, this book is designed to be your counter culture spirit guide.
We spent about a decade documenting the people and culture of Burning Man. We got a grant from the Internet Archive to print the photos, and we hand bound them into books. Those 100 copies are long gone. Chances are that you will never acquire one. There were never enough to go around. So, here is your chance. Actually, here is our chance, as a community, because if we don’t publish it now, we probably never will.
People of Burning Man Coffee Table Book
This project will only be funded if at least $25,000 is pledged by Friday Mar 18, 7:30pm PDT. They’re almost there! Your contribution will help. Not only will you feel great that you helped something so cool to become real in our world, but you’ll also receive a reward of some sort, such as a free book, a signed copy of the book, and more, depending on the amount of your contribution. Check the Kickstarter.com page for this project for all the details.
Lightning in a Bottle 2010
A fun little reminder of things of the recent past, and things yet to come… The Lightning in a Bottle Music and Arts Festival sets the bar high for what a festival should be. Every year it gets better. Amazing music, live art with silent bidding. Great, wholesome foods, and health and wellness in the form of yoga, meditation and exploration of the depths of spirituality if that’s your thing.
Don’t miss Lightning in a Bottle! Takes place over Memorial Day weekend every year. Check the LiB website for more info, lovely photos and video. Connect with this amazing community. Your life will be changed for the better.
The L.A. Benefit for a Burning Man Project
Temple of Flux
First up: the link – this is VERY important! the link to purchase tickets! Midsummer’s Flux tix.
Tickets must be purchased online ahead of time, no buying at door due to LAPD!
A Midsummer Night’s Flux
Los Angeles Benefit
Temple of Flux
@ Burning Man
An evening of sensory delights for your eyes, ears, and whole self celebrating 10 years of the Burning Man temple….and this year’s Temple of Flux*
Saturday June 12th
9 pm – 5 am
Gravity [Pink Mammoth, SF]
The Loomer [Bass Ritual/Area 33]
Saadhu [Bass Ritual/Area 33]
Pyrotec [Conspiracy Lab Recordings]
Hyjynx [Ninja Skillz]
William Close [Earth Harp/Drum jacket]
Nancy Elizabeth [Sword/belly dance]
Miss Alikat Rose [Burlesque]
Suzy LeeLo [Fire]
Live Painting ::
There will be a silent auction for both displayed artwork as well as
art created LIVE during the event!
Since 2000, the Temple has been a place for catharsis, remembrance, and rebirth, offering Burning Man participants a physical reminder to embrace change.
Drawing its inspiration from canyons carved over time by wind and water, the Temple of Flux rises from the desert floor as a series of graceful double-curved walls. Their wide, heavy bases taper as they ascend, leading the eye from a solid urban foundation to an increasingly fragmented upper edge as these long angles reach to the sky.
The Temple is a collaborative effort of three long-time community artists; Rebecca Anders, Jess Hobbs, and Peter Kimelman; along with numerous Burning Man communities and friends.
We have a huge range of experience and backgrounds, with one unifying vision: creating awe-inspiring, memorable art that emerges from the community and influences change.
Please be quiet in the neighborhood, respect your surroundings, and do not post to lists.
Parking & venue information will be sent to you along with your donation receipt.
Drink tickets will be available for purchase online at the venue.
Lightning in a Bottle Returns – Exceptional Art and Music Festival
Only a Southern California dance, art, and music festival can feature Daedelus and downward facing dog, but that’s exactly what the fifth annual Do LaB Lightning in a Bottle art and music festival will offer when it takes over 100+ acres of Irvine, California’s Oak Canyon Ranch over Memorial Day weekend.
The four-day, three-night festival bills itself as “equal parts music, art and green workshops.” Accordingly, those drawn to bone-crunching bass and funky rhythms can choose from over 90 artists including Booka Shade, The Album Leaf, The Glitch Mob, The Very Best, Daedelus, Daddy Kev, and Nosaj Thing.
Lightning in a Bottle will also feature a set from Krystee, the winner of the festival’s mix-tape contest that found DJ’s from across America looking for a chance to perform by submitting tapes using only Lightning in a Bottle acts.
Attendees can also explore other options, via green-living workshops that offer “practical, do-it-yourself lessons on creating a healthy, low-cost, sustainable lifestyle.” The workshops included “Small Space Container Gardening,” “How to Make Raw Chocolate” and “Growing & Using Medicinal Herbs.” Those looking to loosen up after three nights in a sleeping bag can increase their elasticity via an array of yoga courses taking place throughout the day.
An Art Festival as Much as a Music Festival
The artistically inclined may find solace in the festival’s art gallery, installation pieces, or its Lightning in a Paintcan Project, during which local artists will transform over-sized mural panels into paintings using recycled paint. The finished pieces will be sold in a silent auction, with proceeds going to Sonic Muze, a nonprofit group that provides underfunded schools with music instruments and art supplies. With three-day passes available for $190 (including camping), the festival figures to bring enough stimulation so that everyone will need to say Savasana by Monday night.
Ticket info on the Lightning in a Bottle website
1.?? a visionary live art exhibit
Featuring the art of:
Amanda Sage, John Park, Michael Pukac, Catherine Andrews, David Lawell & live high art model Natalia Iswara.
OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION
Friday, May 7th, 2010
6pm to 12 midnight
1108 Abbot Kinney Blvd
& Rik Sharaj on Sitar/ Cyrrus on Drums