Vaudevival at CSPAC

The show is coming up soon!

Many of you have met my wonderful and talented wife Emily… well, her MFA thesis concert here at UMD is coming up.

Vaudevival: Old is the new New ricochets through pockets of 20th century American vernacular dance and popular entertainment to reflect the cyclical nature of art and society. The theatre will reel with live music and vintage dance re-imagined, re-invented and re-respected, churning up a new flavor of culture jam.

The show is 8pm, October 20th and 21st at Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland College Park. Click here for tickets.

(If you play the banjo and are interested in GETTING IN FREE, please contact us as soon as possible to find out how you can join the Banjo Ambush.)
For those not able to attend this show, never fear! Save these dates: June 30th and July 1st, 2012. That’s when the next incarnation of the show will be born, AT DANCE PLACE IN DC!!!

Hope to see you there…

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~ by matthew olwell on October 4, 2011.

3 Responses to “Vaudevival at CSPAC”

  1. Hosting Owen, Meredith and members of Elixir beginning that Thursday night. Couldn’t make it on a school night under normal circumstances, but I’d miss the festival in a minute Friday if it weren’t for the long round trip drive after school. oh I wish, I wish we could all flu in for the show.

  2. Matthew, I’m a brand new banjo student, just murdered Cold Frosty Morning and am now stalking Needle Case. That’s it. Just ask my sainted teacher and your friend, Brooke Parkhurst. I would love to attend your Vaudevival on the 20th and bring my banjo. Just wondering what would be involved. Thanks, Cecilia

  3. Hey I play clawhammer banjo and am a student at umd. I want to be a part of an ambush.

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