The 2nd Annual
FLUID MOTION MOVIEOKE PARTY!!!?
Friday March 10th, 8-11pm
@ The Den of Cin
underneath Two Boots Video & Pizzeria
3rd Street & Avenue A, New York City
"Movieoke" is your chance to act out your favorite film scenes - it's karaoke for movie lovers (and for people who can't sing), and almost
any movie out on DVD is available! ?It's a one of a kind experience only offered at the Den of Cin.
Don't want to risk them not having your favorite movie? Bring your own DVD!
$20 admission includes free pizza and soda and helps to support Fluid Motion's upcoming theater & film productions
(beer & wine will be available at the cash bar)
RSVP to email@example.com to reserve your spot in a starring role for the evening!
Want to know more about movieoke? ?Check out the official movieoke website at www.movieoke.net
Fluid Motion Theater & Film, Inc. commissions, develops and produces adaptations of classic global texts to explore the commonality of the human experience shared by disparate cultures. Our primary focus is the universality of a story how the primary themes (love, hope, death, regret, etc.) of a classic work remain the same despite diverse casting and/or context. Our secondary focus is to give a voice to a new generation of theater-goers: a generation of global transplants and multi-generational hyphenated racially diverse Americans who are a combination of universal and specific. Fluid Motion hopes to bridge the gap between "ethnic theater" (which usually focuses on ethnically specific themes of identity and cultural heritage) and "mainstream theater" (which focuses on universal themes but which is usually cast uniformly with Caucasian performers). Through an intensive?program of developmental readings and workshops, Fluid Motion is continually developing a variety of new works for both stage and screen. We look to provide a safe and nurturing environment for writers to develop new work alongside directors and actors. Furthermore, Fluid Motion aims to nurture, support and promote the recognition of traditionally underrepresented minorities, with a preference for women, in theater and film.???
For more information about Fluid Motion Theater & Film, visit www.fluid-motion.org