Performance and Party for
Women on the Way Festival 10th Anniversary!

Friday, November 20 -- 8:00 till 9:30 pm showtime

Check out the nuts and bolts of the WOW festival in an action packed show and and then party in the lounge with the 2010 crew. COME SEE HOW WE ROLL!

WOW artists donating their talent to this event are:
Anne Bluethenthal & Dancers
Christine Cali & Dancers
Pauline Jennings: DOUBLE VISION
Dana Lawton Dances
Allison Troup-Jensen
Terry Baum: Theater of the Crackpot Crones
The T Sisters
Stefanie Teel
Miriam Wolodarski
[complete list of WOW artists in January festival listed below]

The Garage is at 975 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
between 5th and 6th Streets, close to Powell Street BART/MUNI

$10 and up donation goes to WOW artists
Give $25 or more and you will receive one FREE TICKET to any
show in the WOW Festival at ODC Dance Commons, The Garage or
Shotwell Studios JANUARY 14-31, 2010.

Limited seating, please purchase your tickets online at or call 800-838-3006
Info/Res: (415) 289-2000;

Photos LtoR: Calypso by Sean Burgess
Anne Bluethenthal & Dancers, Stefanie Teel, Christine Cali & Dancers by Liz Payne
Miriam Wolodarski by Gabrielle Wolodarski


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If you cannot attend and would like to make a tax-deductible donation to celebrate a decade of over 2,000 artists who have enhanced our local culture in the annual Women on the Way Festival, please send your check payable to Footloose at
PO Box 885393, San Francisco, CA 94188 or through PAYPAL.
Women on the Way artists for January 14-31, 2010:
Amy X Neuburg with Solstice, Anne Bluethenthal & Dancers, Calypso, Christine Cali & Dancers, Terry Baum & Carolyn Myers, Olivia Lehrman, Bekah Brunstetter/Allison Troup-Jensen, Cynthia Brinkman, Miriam Wolodarski, Dana Lawton Dances,  Stephanie Teel, Terre Unité Parker,  Dark Porch Theatre, Sonya Smith and Dancers, Alyce Finwall, Stephanie & Valerie Koechlin, Jessica Damon & Dancers, The T Sisters, and Pauline Jennnings/DOUBLE VISION

Footloose is funded by Zellerbach Family Foundation, Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund, and generous individuals.  Corporate sponsor is SF Bay Guardian.