Wednesday, August 19, 2009

implied violence live gala cocktail bash + deep preserved lemon action = tonight

implied violence: live at the hideout. with lemons.

tonight i am honored to join the seattle-uber-troupe and stranger genius award winners implied violence in celebration of their pilgrimage to the illustrious governors island. i will be crafting jars of preserved lemons - which people will buy - and which will play a critical role in i.v.'s 2011-super-mysterious-insanely-ambitious-cityofseattle-wide-performance. and christ - what better thing to do on a hot night than get blatantly drunk at the hideout?

from i.v.:

"Come one, come all to the classy and close bar/parlor The Hideout for a party in support of the classy and close theater/troublemakers Implied Violence. For the evening of Wednesday, August 19th, Implied Violence will be holding court at The Hideout, located at 1005 Boren Avenue on First Hill. Featuring the artful making of lemon preserves by Michael Hebb, opera singing by Implied Violence Ingénue Pile of Meat, and I.V. gear hawking (get your swagger on), this one-night event, hosted gracefully by Greg Lundgren & The Hideout, is a fundraiser. It's free to get in, but come thirsty with your wallets greased. All proceeds from this evening go towards getting the Implied Violence crew to New York City, where they will be premiering their new experimental work "The Dorothy K." for The New isLand Festival on Governor's Island. It's the talk of the summer, so some say. Implied Violence needs a little extra help from the community to realize our vision. The times are tough but, Implied Violence, with your support, is tougher.

Who: Open to the Public, 21 +
What: Implied Violence: Live at The Hideout
Where: The Hideout, 1005 Boren Avenue
When: Wednesday, August 19th
Four pm till 2am
Why: $$$"

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