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Sitting Down is for Grownups
Your kids liked 'em at the Rogue Performance Festival -- now we're playing 'em just for you! RP and The Moadster will reprise their hit performance, Songs Your Kids Might Like, at Full Circle Brewery this Thursday (Sept. 28). Be prepared to sing, yell, dance and raise a ruckus because that's what it's all about. Sitting still is for grownups so leave your true age at the door and get in touch with your squirmy inner child.
Also appearing will be those Rogue returnees, the lovely ladies of Tanjora & Friends, presenting 1001 Nights - A Bellydance Extravaganza with Tanjora and Friends. Experience an evening of modern fusion Bellydance performances by members of Tanjora, plus Joy, Petra, Danielle, Zabella, and Tanjora's intermediate students.
That sounds like something you don't want to miss and will be talking about for a long time.
The show starts at 8:00 p.m, admission is $5.00 and all ages are welcome. Full Circle Brewery is located at 620 F Street in downtown Fresno, near the intersection of Tulare and F, across the street from the Danish Creamery butter factory.
AND NOW... a ROGUE 2007 UPDATE!
Theater Companies, Musicians, Dancers and Other Artists Should Apply Now to the 2007 Rogue Performance Festival Central California's Largest "Celebration of Independent Art and Artists"? Accepting Performer Applications September 29 through October 31.
The Rogue Performance Festival, the largest independent arts festival in Central California, will be accepting online performer applications for its 2007 festival from September 29 through October 31.
The Sixth Annual Rogue Performance Festival will be held March 1-10, 2007, at multiple venues in the Tower District and Downtown Festival.
The Rogue is open to artists of all kinds: theater companies, one-person theater performances, bands, solo musicians, dance troupes, filmmakers, spoken-word performances, stand-up comedy, sketch comedy, painters, sculptors and any other kind of performance or visual artist. No matter who you are or what medium you work in, if you have something to say, you belong in the Rogue.
To apply to perform in the Rogue, performers MUST complete an online application form between September 29 and October 31, 2006. Applications can ONLY be submitted online, and applications MUST be received before the deadline. For details, see the Rogue website at www.roguefestival.com/prerogue.htm.
Only applications to perform at Rogue-managed venues will be accepted between September 29 and October 30. Applications for Rogue Bring Your Own Venues (BYOVs) will be accepted during a later application period.