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Itsy Bitsy Photos

clock June 27, 2010 07:37 by author Amber

The Itsy Bitsy Teen Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Meow Cabaret, produced by Macha Monkey, last week was a glorious good time building up to a audaciously exciting climax. Here are just a few of the photos from the show.

Sarah Papineau and Rachel Madelena performing their song and dance.

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Miss Bette Sauvage expounds on the perils of hard night of partying.

The Railroad Tycons showing us a stomping good time and proving once again that mandolins are metal.

Paywright Alexis Holzer's one act play, "Happy Birthday, America", was a fun at George and Martha, ruminating about the course that the USA has taken.

Black stripper heels in a size 14? These kinds of things have been found at truck stops before, Sarah Papineau tells us in an original comedic piece.

Miss Vixen Valentine provides a high octane performance, showing us what a car can do for her driver.



Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Meow Cabaret

clock June 22, 2010 12:45 by author Amber

I will be at the Rendezvous Jewellbox Theater this evening to photograph the performance of the very talented Miss Vixen Valentine and her new burlesque routine. To quote Miss Valentine, "It'll be magical!"

The show starts at 7:30pm and runs through 10pm.

The Jewellbox Theatre is located in the Rendezvous at 2322 2nd Avenue in Seattle.

The 90 minute show is a part of Macha Monkey's MEOW Cabaret Series. This is year is Macha Monkey's ninth for the MEOW Cabarets.

  • Playwright Alexis Holzer presents an original work!
  • Sarah Papineau will perform an original piece about the comedic power and beauty of shoes!
  • Vixen Valentine will provide an all-new, dazzling dose of summer burlesque va-va-voom!
  • Sarah Papineau and Rachel Madelena will serenade the audience in a song-and-dance number for the ages!
  • Local trio-Band Railroad Tycoons will entertain and delight the audience with guitar, mandolin and bass!
  • And much more!


Curtain Call - Kid Simple: A Radio Play in the Flesh

clock June 6, 2010 19:23 by author Amber

In February of 2009, I had the oppurtunity to shoot a fun little production of Macha Monkey's "Kid Simple: A Radio Play in the Flesh", a delightful little show presented in the Theater Off Jackson.

Moll is a girl who invents things. [more]



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