Battery Opera AGM + Bob's Lounge performance with homage to Kate Bush

Battery Opera AGM + Bob's Lounge performance with homage to Kate Bush

Here's a message from friends
Lee Su-Feh & David McIntosh

this friday, september 16, 2005

battery opera respectfully requests your presence at

our town café
245 east broadway (just east of main street, adjacent to kingsway)

for the annual general meeting and event!
(another business/pleasure occasion for battery opera performing arts

battery opera performing arts society is a non-profit organisation and
as such needs your support!
your membership and your attendance at our annual general meeting makes
a difference to us. it shows our funding bodies (in a measurable way) that there is
community support for the arts and support for companies such as
battery opera.
without it, our work would not be possible.

so, we invite you to join us for the AGM and stay for The Event. last
year's AGM/event was swell and featured BOB's Lounge (aka the battery
opera band), lederhosen, and guests. This year, watch out for more
special guests (including a lederhosen redux) and Bob's Lounge homage
to Kate Bush (!).

friday, september 16, 2005
6:30 pm registration
7:00 pm AGM business
7:30 pm the event!

the event features:
BOB's Lounge: two men, one horn, many drinks
with special guests

$10 (includes membership)

to RSVP, or for more information
contact us at 604.688.8583 or

if you are unable to attend the AGM but would like to become a member
anyway, please contact us or send $5 (cheque payable to "battery opera
performing arts society") to:
battery opera performing arts society
#712 - 207 west hastings street
vancouver, bc
canada V6B 1H7

donations are also very welcome (via our secure website, or by mailing
a cheque as above).
battery opera is a non-profit society and a Canadian registered
tax receipts will be issued at your request.

About battery opera

The work of battery opera comes out of a dynamic dialogue between two
artists from different disciplines, cultures and histories. The
encounter between opposing tensions creates work that is beautiful,
jarring, sacred and profane. Winner of the 2003 Alcan Award for Dance,
battery opera has received international acclaim with its sometimes
challenging, always thought-provoking work.

Why battery? Because it is small, practical, yet contains within it the
polarities of positive and negative, male and female, yin and yang.

Why opera? Because it is big, impractical and contains within it the
polarities of life and death, love and fear, hope and despair.


Lee Su-Feh & David McIntosh
Artistic Directors

Joyce Rosario
Communications and Administrative Coordinator

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