KO Festival Final Weeks and Benefit for Louisiana Gulf Coast

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KO Festival Final Weeks and Benefit for Louisiana Gulf Coast

Time: July 30, 2010 at 8pm to August 8, 2010 at 12am
Location: Holden Theater at Amherst College
Street: South Pleasant St. (116 South)
City/Town: Amherst, MA 01002
Website or Map: http://www.kofest.com
Phone: 413.542-3750 and 413.542.3750
Event Type: performance, benefit
Organized By: Sabrina Hamilton and KO Festival
Latest Activity: Jul 31, 2010

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KoFest favorite, Sara Felder is back again with JUNE BRIDE as part of
“It's All in the Family!”

July 30 - August 1 (Fri. & Sat. at 8pm, Sun. at 4pm)
with Sara Felder with the tale of a traditional Jewish lesbian wedding! Meet the the blissful brides on their first date, the reluctant parents, and the ageless spirit of the Jewish tradition.

Tickets are $20 for Adults & $16 for Students & Seniors. We also save a very limited number of $8 RUSH tickets that are given away to those who ask for them at EXACTLY 1 hour before curtain.

August 6 - 8 (All performances are at 6:30 p.m.)
the ArtSpot Productions and Mondo Bizarro production of

by New Orleans poet Raymond "Moose" Jackson
with Nick Slie of Mondo Bizarro
directed by Kathy Randels of Artspot Productions
with live Cajun music by Whit & Barbara Connah
visual installation by Jeff Becker.

On the Amherst College Observatory Lawn off of Snell Street. Plenty of free parking. Bring blankets and lawn chairs, but leave the pets at home. See June Bride listing above for ticket information.
!!!RESERVE NOW - Sunday night, AUGUST 8th!!!
for a special Cajun-flavored BENEFIT PARTY to support Gulf Restoration Network,
a New Orleans organization whose mission is to unite and empower people to protect and restore the
natural resources of the Gulf Region

and the Ko Festival of Performance,
so that we can continue to bring you exciting and thought-provoking work.

As they say in New Orleans, "Lassier les bons temps roulez" (let the good times roll) beginning at 9 p.m, at The Harp, 163 Sunderland Road in North Amherst. There will be live entertainment - Cajun music by the musicians from the show, and performances by the beloved New Orleans poet, Raymond “Moose” Jackson. Kentucky storyteller/musician Teresa Whitaker and her partner Frank Schwartz

The $20 benefit ticket price also includes a buffet of Cajun food, cooked up by our host, Harpo - the entirety of your ticket price will go directly towards the Gulf Restoration Network and Ko.

Please tell your friends, and GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!
For the first time at Ko you can use a credit card to buy these tickets from our website.

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