The World Falls Down for the New Year

“Labyrinth, the Game” by the ever-creative Seattle School

What are you doing New Year’s Eve? Cramming yourself into some bar that’s just jacked the price on their drinks 300 percent? Staying at home watching next year’s has-beens shriek on TV as if the ball drop in Times Square is the most unique, original and exciting event EVER? Well, if you don’t have something actually fun to do, the Seattle School, The Adventure School, and Wexley School for Girls are getting together to give you something super fun: AS THE WORLD FALLS DOWN, a Labyrinth-themed New Year’s Eve Party that doubles as a fundraiser for the Lifelong AIDS Alliance.

On hand will be a fantabulous cornucopia of local art talent including:
TARL art collective featuring Eli Hansen
The Beta Society
Degenerate Art Ensemble
Miss Trannyshack Anna Conda as The Goblin King
Ben de la Creme as Sarah
Fuchia Foxxx as The Noble Fox
Iva Handfull as the Fire Bird
Gale Force as the White Owl
Stella Rose & Girl Jo as puppet go go girls.
The Bog of Eternal Sexiness
and Dance Magic by Lisa Dank, DJ Frankenheart, DJ Riff Raff, and DJ Darek Mazzone

The Seattle School performs an installation/performance piece. It could be “Peach Gluttony”. It could be “David Bowie Reassignment Machine (75% accuracy)”. It could be “Hall of Hands” or it could even be “Jennifer Connelly Chain Gang”. It could even be something else, but you won’t know until you go and see it. You will not be disappointed.

VERY IMPORTANT: Tickets will not be sold at the door and must be bought in advance, which you do by visiting Brown Paper Tickets. Tickets are $125 (or $99 if you know the secret code. Type Bowiespackage in the discount window when buying online.) Your ticket price gets you an open bar! installations! performances! puppets! art! a Bog of Eternal Sexiness Dance Floor! food by Skillet! AN ACTUAL LABYRINTH!

The party starts at 8 and runs til 2 at the Oddfellows Hall. Happy New Year.

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