PERFORMING AT THE FREMONT ABBEY - FRIDAY, APRIL 29TH
The Muse's Market intermixes Gabrielle Louise's social commentary folk music with the poetry of Panama Soweto, the journalistic photography of Sebastião Salgado, and the fine art of Jimmy Danko and Laurie Maves.
Interspersed at key moments throughout the production, Chris Garre presents environmental philosophy and sustainability solutions ranging from alternative fuels energy to the benefits of eating local food. It's an upbeat, varied show with a strong sustainability theme.
The Muse's Market is making its stop in Seattle amidst a 5-week West coast tour. The troupe is transported on a tour bus fueled by waste vegetable oil, ensuring a neutral carbon footprint. A bona fide modern-day Chautauqua, Gabrielle Louise offers a production that creatively inspires, energizes, educates and, most of all, celebrates the community of citizens keeping the planet alive through art!
Tickets are $12 purchased in advance (online) and $15 at the door. Students with a valid ID can get tickets for $10.
The Fremont Abbey Arts Center is located at 4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA. The show will begin at 7pm.
Come to be creatively inspired, energized, educated and, most of all, to join the community of citizens keeping the planet alive through art!
The Fremont Abbey Arts Center is a 9000 square foot nonprofit and non-religious Arts Center where people can learn and develop through education and performance in many different art mediums. Striving to be a "3rd place" in North Seattle, the Abbey is a comfortable and welcoming space where a wide variety of people from different income levels, skills, ethnicities and backgrounds interact. Both art students and the general public experience high quality performances by artists from Seattle and around the world. A beautiful 1914 brick church building, The Abbey underwent major renovations completed in March 2008.