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We speak in this episode to Stefanie Weber about this moving, shaking, stomping, bidding, butt-kicking benefit to support They Dance For Rain’s programs in Nairobi, Kenya.
Soft Shoe Boom!
Saturday, October 24, 7:00 p.m.
The Whitney Center for the Arts
42 Wendell Ave.
Pittsfield MA 01201
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Dance Projection Party, starting at 9:00 p.m.—$25
This unusual evening begins with an “unsilent” auction of original visual art work and sonic performances inspired by the sole tool of Tap Dance, the Tap Shoe. Included are Kenyan tastes for your palette, a cash bar and an Afro-pop, dance and projection party.
Much more information is available at the Facebook page of They Dance for Rain and Stefanie Weber’s website, “Fertile Universe,” where you can bid on the visual art featured until October 24 at 8:45 p.m.
Cannot make it to the 24th but want to be there in spirit to support? Soft Shoe Boom! accepts donations for in-spirit attendance as well. They’ll take a moment to honor our in-spirit attendees during the event. Go here to make a contribution.
To make a tax-deductible contribution: https://
Please do check out Ogden Gigli’s website—he does some great work!
They Dance For Rain is a dance-making project that works with arts-for-social-change organizations in Nairobi, Kenya.
Thank you so much for such a great interview with Stefanie. We’ve been planning Soft Shoe Boom! for months, and after listening to this I’m excited to go myself! all the best to you!
Truly my pleasure. I’m so glad you enjoyed listening! Honestly though, Stefanie is so great, she makes my job easy. Hope Soft Shoe Boom! is great fun.