The Cabiri present: The Night Parade, an evening of costumed revelry
Just in time for Halloween, The Cabiri performance troupe brings Seattle an opportunity to express its darker side with a weekend of live music, cabaret performances, and costumed revelry. Their annual fundraising event will be held October 20th and 21st in the theatre at the newly-opened Youngstown Cultural Arts Center in West Seattle.
On Saturday, October 21st, guests are invited to a festive, costumed affair, The Night Parade. Featuring live music by Seattle's own The Bad Things and trapeze performances by The Cabiri and guest performers, attendees are encouraged to come dressed as their favorite ghost from folklore, mythology, or fiction, and are invited to compete in a costume contest. Festivities commence at 8:00 p.m. and wind down around 11:00 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person.
Limited-edition Cabiri t-shirts will also be available for purchase throughout the event and costumed guests can have their photo taken in the portrait booth or learn their future from the palm reader.
All profits from this fundraising event will support the organization's annual operating costs.
This event is open to all ages. Beverages will be available for purchase.
Generous supporters include All City Coffee, 4Culture, Gargoyles Statuary, Pacific Rim Brewing Company, and the Seattle Weekly.
The Cabiri are theatrical emissaries for The Anunnaki Project, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit arts organization based in Seattle, Washington. The Cabiri specialize in 'performative
mythology', the telling of myths and stories from cultures that have passed into antiquity via physical theater, dance, and circus arts.
Thelma Dewitty Theatre - Youngstown Cultural Arts Center
4408 Delridge Way SW
Seattle, WA 98106
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