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Vulture Sister Song

March 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Pay what you can

With live storytelling and poetry, folk songs and electric lullabies, a migrating herd of creature-like lanterns, curious movement, and a healthy dose of humor, Vulture Sister Song brings together artists and community members to celebrate the possibilities of vibrant interdependence.

Join us for what one young audience member called, “Weird, but a good kind of weird,” and what one older audience member called, “An amazing convergence of presence and sensory web making.”

Vulture Sister Song is family friendly for ages 5 and up:
– Friday, March 8th evening show is suited for ages 8+.
– Saturday, March 9th matinee is suited for ages 5+.

The show is fully ADA accessible, and ASL interpretation will be provided at both performances by Naomi Nieves Driver.

Duration: 45-50 minutes, no intermission.

Created and peformed by: Kate Elias & Ellen Smith Ahern (dance, music, design), Jacob Elias (lantern sculptures, music), Josina Guess (poetry, story), and Pete Dybdahl (music, story).

Check out our website www.vulturesistersong.wordpress.com, and Instagram @vulturesister for related FREE community events!

This project is supported in part by an award from 4Culture.

Details

Date:
March 8
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Series:
Cost:
Pay what you can
Website:
https://vulturesistersong.brownpapertickets.com

Venue

Rainier Arts Center
3515 S Alaska St.
Seattle, 98118
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Phone
206-725-7517
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Organizer

Kate Elias
Email
vulturesistersong@gmail.com
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Other

ADA/Accessibility Information
ADA accessible, ASL interpretation provided