We also showed a PRE-FRINGE piece at the Festival Bar opening (this year it’s at Underground Arts, 12th & Callowhill). Laura, Morgan, Kaleigh, Ashley and Christine did the hipster piece that premiered in last March’s Take It Off… and feed me.
We have been pretty busy rehearsing and planning “Take It Off… and feed me”. With time coming close we are scrambling for last minute food innuendo’s, press releases, marketing and digging through our drawers for our fishnets and corsets.
Come hang out with us at our FUNdraiser, next Saturday, March 10th 5-9pm in Northern Liberties! Help us raise money for our pink wigs and fishnets
You will see a sneak peek of some choreography for the show, participate in some raffles and watch some footage from previous shows.
Hope to see you there!
And remember to reserve your tickets now! E-mail Laura@pinkhairaffair.com with the show date and time along with the number of tickets to reserve.
Is it possible to purchase tickets to the "Take it Off and Feed Me" show online? I am thinking the 9:00 Saturday the 24th?
Unfortunately, we do not sell our tickets online. You can however, reserve tickets by e-mailing Laura@pinkhairaffair.com with the date and time of show with the number of tickets requested.
We will send a confirmation e-mail the night before to make sure you are still good for your reservation. When you arrive, your tickets will be available and you pay then. Please remember to come 15 minutes prior to the show as your tickets will become unreserved 5 minutes to start of show (if you arrive late, standing room may be available.)
We would love to have you there! So go ahead and e-mail your reservation request! :)
After a much needed recess, Pink Hair Affair is back in the studio. Since January, we have been rehearsing for our next show, “Take It Off… and feed me” our third annual burlesque show with your host, and PHAdvocate Anne MacGillivray Wilson!
Check back for information!
Directed again by Laura Jenkins, this years burlesque-inspired performance will leave you drunk and hungry. ;)
Jackie is off in Panama dancing away. See a post soon about her recent collaboration with artist Josh Jenkins (you may remember him collaborating with Laura Jenkins back in Philly Fringe 2010 for MELD.)
The rest of the crew has been busy with work, school and dance. Rehearsals have taken over and planning for the upcoming show!
We’re at it again only a short few months past Fringe to bring you “Let The Night Be Dark” directed by Kaleigh Jones. Check it out.
PINK HAIR AFFAIR brings you a movement filled night on women’s acceptance – what’s expected of them or what they choose.
Philadelphia, PA – Kaleigh Jones’ showcases her choreography for Pink Hair Affair’s “Let The Night Be Dark”. A show based on women’s acceptance. What is expected of us? Why do we do what we do? Should we settle for what we’re comfortable with, what we think we should do? Or should we prove to ourselves and others that we can do more? In this 45-minute length piece, Kaleigh Jones’ and dancers express love, hate, passion and angst while depicting the journey of self-discovery. “Let The Night Be Dark” is a show on finding your inner beauty and sexuality, your inner peace and center. Pink Hair Affair gets in touch with their more serious side and dance about being strong, powerful, independent women. Only two nights, be sure to check out the technical side of Pink Hair Affair members. Under the new direction of Laura Jenkins, Pink Hair Affair is continuing to forge a fresh new vision of dance – one show at a time. So what do these women end on accepting? What’s expected of them, or what they want? Come find out.
What: “Let The Night Be Dark” Artistic Director: Kaleigh Jones When: November 18 & 19, 2011 @ 8pm Where: Mascher Space 155 Cecil B. Moore Ave Philadelphia PA 19123 Tickets: $10 (door or e-mail Laura@pinkhairaffair.com to reserve yours today!)
“I intend to work for this dance of the future. I do not know whether I have the necessary qualities; I may have neither genius nor talent not temperament. But I know that I have a Will; and will and energy sometimes prove greater than either genius or talent or temperament.”—Isadora Duncan