The Reluctant Writer: Something Else to do When I Should Be Writing

October 29, 2009

UNBOUND, 701, the Ghost of Michael Jackson on Friday night — nuff said

This weekend presents another exercise in tough choices for folks on the look out for All Saints’ Eve fun.  The Beer Doc and I haven’t made final decisions about all the events in our three-day long celebration of Samhain and all things pagan and punchy, but there is one event I know we won’t be missing — Unbound Dance Company’s multi-artist extravaganza presentation of Carpe Noctem, Friday night at 701 Whaley.

Caroline Lewis-Jones and Susan Dabney have called in all that is wild and good in Columbia and assembled it into an entire night of stimulation for the brain and all points south.  You got your dancing from not one, not two, but three of Columbia’s finest, including the Unbound women themselves, plus the mesmerizing Natalie Brown, and that oh-so-sophisticated stuff that Erin, et. al., throw down over at Vista Ballroom.  You got your cabaret singing from Dale Goodrich and more music from DJ Chris Wenner.  You got your art from Travis Teate, Scott Bilby, and Michael Krajewski.  You got your food, and you got your cash bar — what else could anyone expect for a mere fifteen bucks?  These women are cutting your butts a deal.

Wear a costume for the contest or come as the adult you want everyone to think you are.  It all starts at 6:30.  Don’t be a Halloweenie — see you there.

 

For more info check out Unbound at http://www.unbounddance.com

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