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An electronic dance party

Do you like electronic dance music and to be the center of attention? Electro-Social Club (ESC) is coming to Fernie and it might be just the experience you've been looking for!

The club is currently on the lookout for actors to apply to be a part of an interactive, visual, mind-blowing experience. ESC is the result of a collaboration between an electronic music producer and a musical theatre nerd. The product is a seriously fun live DJ act where the audience becomes part of the performance.

ESC is presented by Rossland B.C.'s Iron Mountain Theatre. Eleven actors are cast in every city on the tour,  each playing various stereotypical nightclub characters: the pick-up artist, the dance fluffer, the bouncer, the connoisseur, and the forever raver, just to name a few. The chosen actors will film short one to two minute talking scenes live in the nightclub where they are projected onto the screen on stage. Anyone feeling ambitious and bold in the spotlight, is welcome to try out some improv and choreography as well.

ESC and the creative team are inviting you to be a part of the fun and unforgettable show in Fernie at The Royal on Saturday, March 29. Tickets are $12 in advance and available at Infinitea T-Bar and Boutiqe.

For more information about the show, the characters, or to apply for a role, visit www.electrosocialclub.com/cast. This project is made possible thanks to the Columbia Basin Trust.

 

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