Q4 Music Festival: A Beef and Beer Fundraiser for Quartette: The Fil
Oct
7
7:00 PM19:00

Q4 Music Festival: A Beef and Beer Fundraiser for Quartette: The Fil

QUARTETTE: THE FILM is on its way into PRODUCTION!

As we get ready for our rapidly upcoming shoot dates, we are working hard to make our fundraising goal. If you haven't heard about our film, check out our crowdfunding campaign HERE:

www.gofundme.com/quartette-the-film

As one final farewell to summer and kickoff to fall, we are hosting the Q4 Music Festival: A Beef and Beer Fundraiser for Quartette: The Film. Open to the public, we are asking $20 Donation ($12 for kids - yes, this is a family friendly event!) at the door for entry. Already donated? Check your email for an official invite!

With your $20 donation, you get:
***Food and Drink (OPEN BAR!!!)***
***One raffle ticket for our DOOR PRIZE ($60 VALUE)***
***Entry for 4 LIVE MUSIC performances by local musicians***
***DJ and DANCING***

Performances By:
DJ Paramount - Anthony Lovelace
Kelly Filios
Hakase
Jac with No K
The Late Bloomers

THERE WILL BE MORE RAFFLE PRIZES VALUED UP TO $300!

Doors at 7:30pm
Live music, DJ, and Dancing until midnight
Beef, Beer, and soft drinks included (vegetarian option will be available)

We hope to see you there - and again, we appreciate your support towards our independent film project.

Bianca Sanchez
Producer
Q4 Beef & Beer
Quartette: The Film

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Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, September 16 at 2pm
Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
Friday, September 21 at 8pm
Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, September 16 at 2pm
Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
Friday, September 21 at 8pm
Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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8:00 PM20:00

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Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, September 16 at 2pm
Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
Friday, September 21 at 8pm
Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, September 16 at 2pm
Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
Friday, September 21 at 8pm
Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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8:00 PM20:00

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Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, September 16 at 2pm
Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
Friday, September 21 at 8pm
Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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8:00 PM20:00

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The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, September 16 at 2pm
Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
Friday, September 21 at 8pm
Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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9:00 PM21:00

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
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Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
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Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, September 16 at 2pm
Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
Friday, September 21 at 8pm
Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, September 16 at 2pm
Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
Friday, September 21 at 8pm
Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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13
9:00 PM21:00

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Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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True West
Sep
13
8:00 PM20:00

True West

Written by Sam Shepard, True West is a character study that examines the relationship between Austin—a screenwriter—and his older brother Lee. Set in the kitchen of their mother’s home 40 miles east of Los Angeles, Austin and Lee find themselves forced to cooperate in the creation of a story that will make or break both of their lives.

Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, September 16 at 2pm
Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
Friday, September 21 at 8pm
Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn
Sep
12
9:00 PM21:00

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn

Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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True West
Sep
12
8:00 PM20:00

True West

Written by Sam Shepard, True West is a character study that examines the relationship between Austin—a screenwriter—and his older brother Lee. Set in the kitchen of their mother’s home 40 miles east of Los Angeles, Austin and Lee find themselves forced to cooperate in the creation of a story that will make or break both of their lives.

Tickets are $20 and available for purchase here: https://fringearts.com/event/true-west/

Wednesday, September 12 at 8pm
Thursday, September 13 at 8pm
Saturday, September 15 at 2pm and 8pm
Sunday, September 16 at 2pm
Wednesday, September 19 at 8pm
Thursday, September 20 at 8pm
Friday, September 21 at 8pm
Saturday, September 22 at 2pm and 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn
Sep
11
8:00 PM20:00

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn

Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn
Sep
9
8:00 PM20:00

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn

Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn
Sep
9
2:00 PM14:00

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn

Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn
Sep
8
5:00 PM17:00

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn

Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn
Sep
8
2:00 PM14:00

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn

Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn
Sep
7
8:00 PM20:00

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn

Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn
Sep
6
7:00 PM19:00

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn

Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn
Sep
5
8:00 PM20:00

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn

Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn
Sep
4
8:00 PM20:00

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn

Incarcerated women fight wildfires. History books are whitewashed. Foundations erode. Tiny changes are imperceptible until they reach a tipping point. Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn picks up at this moment of catastrophic potential to bring Almanac's signature blend of acrobatic flight, dance, live music, and experimental performance to an oasis of beauty among decaying industry and gentrified condos. Audiences will be asked to move throughout the performance.

Jeanne/Jean/John/Jawn is inspired in part by the story of botanist Jeanne Baret, the first woman to circumnavigate the globe (1766-1769), who did so dressed as a man. Equal parts dance, circus, and storytelling, the show embraces the spirit of fringe, smashing together a mylar shrouded funeral, aerial cargo net, and acrobatic stair dances with surprise appearances from eclectic characters including JeanBenét Ramsey and Jeanne Barét.

The show features live electronic and acoustic music by Red 40 and the Last Groovement frontwoman Martha Stuckey and a guest performance from Circadium School of Contemporary Circus acrobatics instructor Aidan O'Shea.

TICKET INFORMATION
General Admission $25, FringeArts Members save 30%.
Tickets available for purchase at http://fringearts.com/event/jeannejeanjohnjawn-15/
Seating is limited.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

RUNNING TIME
65 Minutes

Suitable for Children 14 and Up

CREDITS
Co-Created and Performed by:
Jess Adams**
Nick Gillette*
Ben Grinberg*
Desiree Hall**
Lauren Johns*
Aidan O'Shea

Live Music Written and Performed by: Martha Stuckey

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tue 9/4 8pm -- Preview Performance
Wed 9/5 8pm -- Preview Performance
Thu 9/6 7pm -- Opening Night with party
Fri 9/7 8pm
Sat 9/8 2pm & 5pm
Sun 9/9 2pm & 8pm
Tue 9/11 8pm
Wed 9/12 9pm
Thu 9/13 9pm
Fri 9/14 7pm & 9pm
Sat 9/15 9pm
Sun 9/16 8pm

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ARCHIVE DISCOVERIES: UNSEEN CURIOSITIES FROM THE SECRET CINEMA COLLECTION
Jun
20
4:30 PM16:30

ARCHIVE DISCOVERIES: UNSEEN CURIOSITIES FROM THE SECRET CINEMA COLLECTION

The Secret Cinema will return to the historic Maas Building with another chapter of our ongoing series, ARCHIVE DISCOVERIES: UNSEEN CURIOSITIES FROM THE SECRET CINEMA COLLECTION. Once again we'll feature a mélange of fascinating short films from the past. As we go through our collection, reel by reel, we continually find films that don't
necessarily lend themselves to fitting into a themed group, yet are too interesting, or fun, or funny to not share. None have been shown in previous Secret Cinema programs. Indeed, few of these films are likely to have been seen ANYWHERE in recent years. 

This month's program accidentally has a recurring theme, however: several of the films are about music, in one way or another. 

As always -- still -- Secret Cinema programs are shown using 16mm (not video, not digital) FILM projected on a giant screen.

A few highlights from this new edition of ARCHIVE DISCOVERIES… include:

AMERICAN MUSIC: FROM FOLK TO JAZZ TO POP (1966) – A segment from a sprawling, behind-the-scenes documentary about the mid-sixties music industry. While not much rock 'n' roll is on display, we get to instead visit Nashville's Music Row and Grand Ole Opry, catch Peter, Paul & Mary at the Newport Folk Festival, hear interviews with Richard Rodgers and Duke Ellington, and watch Tony Bennett in the recording studio.

HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY (1930) – William Cameron Menzies was the most important and influential art director of Hollywood's golden age: Menzies created the look of everything from Douglas Fairbanks' THE THIEF OF BAGDAD to GONE WITH THE WIND to the visionary sci-fi masterpiece THINGS TO COME (which he also directed). In the early years of talkies Menzies, in partnership with pioneering film composer Hugo Riesenfeld, produced a series of short films that visualized operettas and other classical works. These films displayed much higher production values than typical one-reel shorts. HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY, based on Franz Liszt's folk music adaptations, is no exception, with gorgeous photography, special effects, sumptuous sets and a wordless story.

MUSICAL JUSTICE (1931) – An entertaining, and frankly weird theatrical short from Paramount starring Rudy Vallée, the famed crooner and bandleader who was arguably the first pop music star of the 20th century. Vallée plays the judge in a court of musical misdemeanors, while his band the Connecticut Yankees is the jury that deliberates, in closed-door jam sessions, over the fates of assorted oddballs charged with melodic
 offenses. Also appearing is the real-life voice of Betty Boop, Mae Questal -- who pleads with the court to not take her boop-oop-a-doop away(!) 

ELVIS WORK TAPE kinescope (1968) – Rare footage of rehearsal sessions for Elvis Presley's 1968 "Comeback Special" for NBC (which was actually titled SINGER PRESENTS...ELVIS). Revealed is some rather lascivious grinding among the dancers, throat clearing, guitar straps failing, and some mild cussing from the King.

Plus much, much more!

Admission is $9.
 

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Holistic Vision Improvement Workshop
Jun
9
12:00 PM12:00

Holistic Vision Improvement Workshop

To commemorate the release of the new 3rd edition of his book Give Up Your Glasses For Good: Holistic Eye Care for the 21st Century, Nathan Oxenfeld will be hosting a handful book launch events on the East Coast of the USA throughout the month of June 2018.

Event Description:
In this enlightening and interactive event, Certified Bates Method Teacher, Nathan Oxenfeld, will teach you three simple and relaxing ways to take better care of your eyes in order to both prevent and reverse all kinds of vision problems naturally. Once you start to take care of your eyes every day, just like you brush your teeth every day, you may begin to actually see more clearly day by day, and decrease your dependency on glasses and contacts to see.

After he successfully reversed his own myopia and astigmatism to the point of no longer needing glasses or contacts, Nathan began helping other people learn and apply the practices and principles of holistic eye care into their lives to achieve better eyesight and insight. He combines the Bates Method, which is a vision training system developed by an ophthalmologist, with Yoga, Meditation, Breathwork and more to address the underlying root causes of vision problems rather than just treating the symptoms with glasses, contacts, or surgeries.

This workshop is open to people of all ages with all types of vision problems, including nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, dry eyes, computer vision syndrome, eye strain, glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and more!

During the workshop you will learn exactly what holistic eye care is, how to gradually wean off your prescription glasses, and learn three simple ways to see clearer without glasses. Please wear glasses to the workshop, not contacts. No experience is necessary, just an open mind and open eyes!

$30 to attend!

More at: https://integraleyesight.com/tour/

Register at https://squareup.com/store/integraleyesightimprovement/item/philadelphia-pa-workshop.

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