Globe and Mail photo for Dance Dance Party Party Vancouver circa 2008 Have you always wanted to check out Dance Dance Party Party but could never make it on a Tuesday? Or weren’t allowed because you’re a dude? Maybe you can only dance if you’ve had a glass of wine?
I can’t quit dancing. I thought I was going to take a break and focus on other things but the love for dancing holds strong. DDPP is back on Tuesday nights, which should suit everyone’s schedules a little better. Please help me spread the word and share this post with
Thursday September 22 is a very special day. It’s the last day of summer (boo hoo!), it’s the first day of the Olio Festival which celebrates the best local and international independent talent in music, art, comedy, skate & film but, most importantly, September 22 is the next Say Wha?!
Holy moly September is going to rock. It’s basically the month of all my shows times two. Here’s a quick run down: Friday, September 9 – Say Wha?! at the Vancouver Fringe Bar 8-10pm Saturday, September 10- Teen Angst at the Vancouver Fringe Bar 8-9:30 Saturday, September 10 – Literary
In June of 2010 a new show was born; part literary reading, part stand-up comedy, 100% takin’ the piss out of publishing. Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing has been a strongly attended monthly show and was included in the programming of BOTH the Vancouver Comedy Festival and the
Hey Vancouver Ladies, I hear you want to get fit and have fun. Well, I have just the thing for you! Starting January 20, 2011 Dance Dance Party Party will be up for it’s fourth season of awesomeness. This is the first time the class will have ran in the
It’s been over a day since the GVPTA Making a Scene – Devoted and Disgruntled conference ended and I’m still feeling inspired. I started the conference not sure if I was still interested in theatre but leaving it I know I’m very interested in the theatre community and creating something
Did you miss the Literary Death Match? Read this update to find out what happened. LDM100: Vancouver October 8, 2010 — The LDM100 tour epically continued with the Literary Death Match’s Canadian debut at W2 Storyeum. The night of lit nerdistry to remember ended with performer/humorist Sara Bynoe outshining co-finalist/journalist Steve Burgess in a tightly
This Tuesday I was a guest on Cabaradio with Teddy Smooth on CITR 101.9 FM in Vancouver. We talked about my acting training, Say Wha?, my ‘music career’ and even shared our teen angst poetry. You can listen to the show HERE.
“You wanna spin- spin! You wanna jump-jump! You wanna sit in the corner and do yoga- sweet, do it!” -DDPP NYC The female-only cult phenomenon known as Dance Dance Party Party™ (DDPP™) which began in New York City is finally in Vancouver (again)! Unlike typical workout or dance classes, Dance