Please join me April 12, 2014 for a special performance of HERE’S TO THE LADIES WHO LAUGH: A Hilarious Musical Cabaret in support of the Lois Hole Hospital For Women Foundation @ ATB’s Westbury Theatre (10330 84 Ave)Doors 7 PM / Show 8 PM / Tickets $25 (To purchase TICKETS ONLINE – click on the following link: Tix On The Square )
Doors/Art Auction at 7 PM…You are invited to come and join us for a glass of wine as you take in many of the sculptures and paintings that will be on display from the brilliant visual artist Jason Carter.
Rabbits, bears and a piece in celebration of women will be the theme of this years silent and live auction. A trio of fabulous musicians greet you as you walk into the transformed Westbury Theatre.
Show at 8 PM….A celebrated vocalist and comedic performance artist, Ryan has meticulously chosen musical and comedic vignettes from her vast repertoire of performing in over 70 musicals, and takes you on a musical journey of life’s ups and downs through song. From the hits of Broadway, songs from the 80s, ABBA or classics from the world of Jazz, there is no situation that won’t be explored. It’s inspirational, it’s identifiable, and it’s funny. Song mash-ups, song-a-logues and good ol’ fashioned stand-up will have audiences of all ages rolling in the aisles! The amazing Jen McMillan is on the piano and many members from the Kokopelli Choirs will be joining on stage as well, to ensure that we really raise the roof as we hope to raise funds.
Come one, come all!! It’s not only for the women who laugh, it’s the men as well – everyone’s going to enjoy this incredible evening celebrating SPIRIT! This evening is NOT TO BE MISSED!!! As well, a silent and live auction featuring the works of renowned visual artist Jason Carter. To purchase TICKETS ONLINE – click on the following link: Tix On The Square .
And for more information on why this is such an important fundraising event- I encourage you to visit : Lois Hole Hospital For Women Foundation.
Don’t miss a show that “is a clever, sassy and rather fierce analysis of kitsch…. Bridget Ryan’s Hare Band Cabaret has a mesmerizing quality.” (Liz Nichols, Edmonton Journal, July 20111)
“Ryan, an acolyte of musical theatre who refined her chops at New York cabarets, plays against type and takes on the rock world with gusto. Constantly on the go, whether pumping her arms or jumping up and down, she relays a sparkly energy that commands the stage.” (Anna Borowieki, St. Albert Gazette July 2011)