Little Orange Man-A-Palooza

Snafu Dance Theatre treats Victorians to two more performances of their Pick-of-the-Fringe hit.

Snafu Dance Theatre is performing its Fringe hit Little Orange Man in Victoria for two shows only, Thursday and Friday Dec. 8 and 9 at the Intrepid Theatre Club. The fundraising event, Little Orange Man-A-Palooza, also features a Kinder Art Party, Gory Story Slam and music by local musician, Steve Chmilar.

Snafu Dance Theatre is throwing a two-night performance and party fundraiser at the Intrepid Theatre Club, (#2, 1609 Blanshard) Thurs, Dec. 8 and Fri, Dec. 9 at 7 p.m.

The evening will include a performance of the Victoria and Vancouver Fringe hit, Little Orange Man (which has been picked up by the Vancouver Playhouse for its 2012/2013 season), followed by a Kinder Art Party and Gory Story Slam. Local musician and artist Steve Chmilar will serenade those in attendance.

Reserve a spot for your bum by emailing Jess at Jessamyshead@gmail.com. The fundraiser will help Snafu with their next show, Kitt and Jane. M

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