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She-Roes & Survivors: A Benefit for RAINN

*Thanks to all who made this event a HUGE success! We raised around $1000 for RAINN, with 93 cents of every dollar going to directly help survivors! Watch this space for our 2017/2018 charity fund raising event.  Be the change you wish to see in the world.*

 

 

We have invited some of our friends to portray their favorite heroines of myth, culture and history with proceeds going to benefit the rape, abuse and incest national network (RAINN). Come watch some of your favorite dancers embody feminine power, strength and sisterhood.

This family friendly event’s proceeds will go to benefit the important work RAINN does for survivors.

This fantastic show will feature dancers portraying:

Princess Leia
Uzume, saraswati & Hathor
Seven swans/princess sister
Buffy the vampire slayer
Amazon Warriors
Rosie the Riveter
Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn
Elphaba
Princess Mononoke
Wonder Woman
Isis

…and more TBA.

We will be including a special SURPRISE improv section where two lucky dancers will be entered into a drawing to improv to the live drumming of Jeremiah M. Soto. Dancers won’t know who will get these fun spots until they are announced so get ready for a fun improv experience along with some of your favorite characters as portrayed by talented dancers.

Dancers include:

Allegory
Andrealpha
Freya Eclecticbelly
Hessa
Jessica C.
Manasa
Morgen
Mychelle Crown
Omi Hokulani
Omi Mahina featuring Jeremiah M. Soto of Solace
Rawiyah
Sister Sirens
Shureen
Vahana
…and more TBA

Our emcee will be the fantastic Linda Peter Moore and Annabelle’s Chocolate is generously hosting this event at no charge and generously doating a large portion of her sales to RAINN. This will be a fun uplifting event and all proceeds from ticket and raffle sales will go directly to RAINN.

TICKETS $10 CASH ONLY AT THE DOOR

There will also be a raffle for prizes. Mark your calendars!

6240 Pleasant Valley Road in El Dorado
November 6, 2016 at 1pm

For more info check out our Facebook Page: She-Roes & SurIMG_1625vivors