Glitter And Glamour In Store for Guests of Studio 44

Glitter And Glamour In Store for Guests of Studio 44

WORCESTER – “I want to put on, my, my, my, my, my Boogie shoes…” Just to boogie with you this Saturday night, November 9, when ArtsWorcester creates an evening of disco lights and mini-skirt magic, called Studio 44.

This cool play on the original place to be and be seen in New York City from 1977 to 1980, Studio 44 will bring the heyday of “54” to downtown Worcester, with daring fashion, live performance, dance, drinks, androgyny, and decadence. 

 

For those who missed out on those heady years, ArtsWorcester and co-host 90.5 WICN Public Radio, have planned an evening that will take you back, with a discotheque and live performances by the William Thompson Funk Experiment.  A Pop-up cocktail bar, stirred and shaken by John Rinaldo of The Muse Bar and Kitchen. A funky, fun, selfie swing, and litter and glamour like Worcester’s never seen.
In addition, guests of the event will have the opportunity to win some incredible prizes that you won’t see anywhere else, like a Glamour-Puss Pet Package, a Hanover Theatre Show Package, or a private wine tasting for 8, courtesy of Ed Hyder’s Mediterranean Marketplace, just to name a few.
 
So be seen with ArtsWorcester and 90.5 WICN Public Radio at Studio 44.
 
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When: Saturday, November 9, 8 PM
 
Where: Behind the velvet rope at ArtsWorcester, The Printers Building, 44 Portland Street, Worcester
 
Tickets: $95 per person, and may be purchased through Eventbrite here.

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    Darcy Schwartz, "Miss Darcy" as she is known to her students, is the founder of ArtReach, a woman owned, artist-owned, working art studio founded on the premise that developmentally appropriate, creative activities can serve as launching points for artistic exploration and expression at any age. A printmaker, an illustrator, and a writer, Darcy holds a BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and an MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York, where she completed a certificate program in art therapy. Darcy is a member of the NAEA (National Art Educators Association), and SCBI (The Society of Children's Book Illustrators), as well as many other community and philanthropic organizations. For more information on Darcy, her studio, her work, her writing, please see the bio on her website, www.artreachstudioafs.com