Warehouse or Bust!: Festival Spotlights Women Singers in DC
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The last date listed for Warehouse or Bust! was Sunday May 9, 2010 / 3:00pm (Kismet, Capital Blend).
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It was a wonderful performance!!!
*May 7, 2010: S_inging Our Hearts Out,_ Kismet
May 8, 2010: S_inging Our Hearts Out_, Capital Blend
May 9, 2010: Capital Blend, Kismet*
S_inging Our Hearts Out_ is a cabaret production presented by Washington, DC-based performers Karen Lange and Courtney Tisch, in partnership with Pinky Swear Productions. After a sold out one-night performance at the Bethesda Theater this past February, this entirely female cast is back to sing songs ranging from musical theater to jazz to today’s pop music as well as present original solo performance work. The women in the cast have been principal performers at American Century Theater, Factory 449 Productions, Hexagon, Imagination Stage, Olney Theater Center, Pinky Swear Productions, Shakespeare Theater Company, Studio Theater, Taffety Punk, and Washington Improv Theater.
Capital Blend is a Washington DC based all-female a cappella group formed in the spring of 2008 and consists of women from a wide variety of professions. Capital Blend performs in and around the DC Metro area at venues ranging from the Washington Nationals Stadium to retirement communities and corporate events. The group’s repertoire includes popular music, oldies but goodies, international hits, and original compositions.
Kismet is a 12-woman a cappella group formed when fate— or, well, kismet— brought a group of like-minded singers to the same cafe in early 2003. They have been singing together ever since and have recently performed at SingStrong (an annual a cappella festival in Reston, VA) and the National Building Museum’s Volunteer Appreciation Event as well as at awards banquets, weddings, and coffee shops in and around Washington, DC.