KAOS 89.3 FM Olympia Community Radio and Olympia Film Society bring you PURE CIRKUS on Super Saturday, June 14, 2008
On June 14, 2008, Super Saturday, Washington State’s largest one-day festival, celebrates 30 years at The Evergreen State College. Live performances are one of the highlights of Super Saturday, and this year KAOS is taking that idea to downtown Olympia, in cooperation with the Olympia Film Society
At 8:00pm, KAOS and OFS present Seattle’s PURE Cirkus at the historic Capitol Theater in a night of daring delight; from the audacious to the exquisite.
Tickets are $15 general admission, $10 for KAOS/OFS members, kids under 12 just $5.
PURE Cirkus is a performance art and event production company that spans multiple genres and themes within the live entertainment and circus field. Their productions focus on Corporeal storytelling and Variety acts merging elements of street performance, Cirque Noir or "Dark Cirkus", live theater, circus acts, dance, burlesque, tribal art and live music, with more modern forms of performance such as grinder performance and fire manipulation.
Featuring stunning costumes, height-defying stilt walkers and aerialists, illusionists, comical clowns, jaw dropping acts of demented bravery by the geeks, freaks and acrobats, the clash of both the macabre and mystical side of the three ring circus is brought to life through the human body as PURE Cirkus.
Also performing, the Penny Dreadfuls, formerly known as Femme de Fabrique; and the music of Vince Brown and his Fish Tale Hoppin’ Barley Feetwarmers! All freaks, geeks, and families welcome! This fun time event is a fundraiser for the Olympia Film Society and KAOS-fm Olympia Community Radio! It’s an all-ages show with a 21+ beer garden in the upstairs mezzanine.
Celebrating its 35th year on the air, KAOS 89.3 FM Olympia Community Radio is licensed to The Evergreen State College. KAOS has been the South Sound’s only full-time, full-power commercial-free public radio service since 1973, offering a wide range of local and global news, community information, and independent music. The station streams its broadcasting live on the World Wide Web, at www.kaosradio.org, and can be heard on Comcast cable in Thurston County on TCTV Public Access channel 22 as well as on Comcast Digital Cable channel 982.
Over its thirty-five year history, KAOS has become one of Thurston County’s largest volunteer-based organizations. KAOS is programmed by a staff of nearly 100 student and community volunteers. Their varied perspectives and sensibilities make KAOS a unique resource for information and entertainment often ignored by major media.
About the Olympia Film Society
The Olympia Film Society is a local non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance film appreciation within the community by promoting alternative films and by aiding and encouraging the development of allied arts. The Society also works to foster, promote and present visual media and performing arts. OFS cultivates a diverse volunteer and membership supported organization and is the largest of its kind in the northwest. Now in its 28th year of operation, they enliven its community by presenting and fostering the development of independent film, music, and other arts in the South Puget Sound.
Who: PURE Cirkus, the Penny Dreadfuls, Vince Brown & Romanteek
What: Benefit for KAOS 89.3fm & Olympia Film Society
When: Saturday June 14, 8:30pm, doors open at 8:00pm
Where: Capitol Theater, 416 Washington St. SE, Olympia, WA 98501
Ticket Cost/Locations: $15 General Admission/$10 for KAOS or OFS members, children under 12 $5.00. Available at Phantom City Records, Capitol Theater box office and buyolympia.com
Contacts: KAOS - John Ford, 360-867-6894 / OFS - Audrey Henley, 360-754-3635, ext. 3