March 5: Weird party for TAP

Weirdness has its charms, of course. Especially when we’re talking about fundraisers.

We’ve all been to those lame old fundraisers with their cold samosas and silent auctions and cash bars. They’re nice and all, but I always stand around wishing I could dim the lights, make the music louder, and funk the place up.

That’s why I’m going to try to get permission from my husband to go to the TAP party on March 3. I’m a fan of Theatre Action Project and what they do. I have kids and help with Sunday school once in a while, so I know how hard it is to engage children and encourage them to express themselves. TAP does a great job of that. They also throw a great – albeit, weird – party.

There’s a video you should watch to see what I’m talking about. OR…

Or you could go to the next party. It’s March 5 at Mercury Hall. For a fundraiser, tickets are cheap. And you’re not going to go to a … ahem, more interesting fundraiser than this one. (Trying to take it easy on the weird thing. Sorry.)

Big Kids Birthday Bash

An event celebrating Theatre Action Project sponsored by Jackson Walker

Thursday, March 5, 2009
Mercury Hall
615 Cardinal Lane

a fun-filled night featuring :
Musical Improv by Girls Girls Girls
tunes from the Infinite Partials
Chalk Mandala Drawing with
emcee Sara Hickman

and, don’t forget:
Cakewalks featuring Austin’s finest bakeries!
Fortune Tellers!
Zany Photobooths!
Ring Toss for Wine!
Balloon Artistry!
Hilarious Birthday Party Games!
Delicious Carnival Foods!
Cash Bar!
And, there is still more:
An unbelievable Silent and Live Auction with items valued from $30-$20,000, including vacations in Aspen, personal trainer packages, gorgeous artwork, gift certificates to local theatre, restaurants, tickets to local rock shows and oh, so much more!


$35 tickets–includes food and cash bar

$15 tickets starving artist–includes food and cash bar

$500 table–10 tickets, extra drink tickets, valet parking, goody bags and reserved seating.  (it’s a GREAT deal, get 9 friends and join us!)

For more details, visit
Theatre Action Project
or give us a ring!

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