Radhika Vaz Performing for Charity at CFSBK This Saturday!
You may have seen Radhika Vaz around; she tends to hang about the lifting platforms but is occasionally known to stray. The people who have suffered her most are members of Coach Fishers strength intensive program, she clings to that class like her life depends on it and we hear that she will not shut up between lifts.
And so we have decided to give her an opportunity to speak uninterrupted for just one hour on JUNE 15 @ 8PM when she will perform her one-woman comedy show for CFSBK members and friends.
Radhika’s show has sold out shows in New York, LA, and several Indian cities that white people have not heard of. Except for Dave Turnbull who has heard of everything.
Unladylike: The Pitfalls of propriety.
Some women just don’t have the heart, mind or body to be a lady. Presenting one woman’s struggle to achieve propriety from adolescence to about now.
Written and performed by Radhika Vaz, directed and developed by Brock Savage.
“…the Indian Wanda Sykes…” The Huffington Post.
“Vaz looks like an angel but is a rebel in disguise.” Time Out Mumbai.
For tickets. $10 per ticket at the door or online here.
All proceeds benefit Women’s Education Project so they may continue to develop resource centers for young women from the poorest families in India to succeed in higher education.
Just so you know $250 sends one woman to college for a year. That means just TWO tickets pay for ONE full month of school. It also means you will have fans in India. For more information email radhikavaz(AT)gmail.com OR cfsbkinfo(AT)gmail.com
Born This Way
Coach Nick’s brother Josh edited a documentary called “Born This Way” that will be screened at the Human Rights Film Festival on Friday, June 21st (9:15 PM), and Saturday, June 22nd (7:00 PM). The film, which provides “intimate access to the lives of four young gay Cameroonians…steps outside the genre of activist filmmaking and offers a vivid and poetic portrait of day-to-day life in modern Africa. Lyrical imagery, devastating homophobia, the influence of western culture and a hidden-camera courtroom drama mysteriously coalesce into a story of what is possible in the global fight for equality.” Check out the trailer and get your tix here!
Beer & Biodiversity
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