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Glitterama II!

Glitterama II!

Saturday April 28th

An Evening Fluid Movement of Wonderment!
Fluid Movement’s favorite MC, Greggy Glitterati, has assembled another evening of wonderment performed by Baltimore’s wackiest talent. You’ll be sent on a wild hunt and blasted right out of your seats into
intergalactic space. Hold on tight as our performers take you on a wild ride filled with spinning objects to make you dizzy with delight and enough comedic laughs that even gravity won’t be able to keep you down!

Glitterama I!

Glitterama I!

Saturday, December 2, 2006

at Fluid Movement Headquarters,
LOF Studios, 120 North Avenue, Baltimore. 

An evening of wonderment awaits you as Fluid Movement presents a classic style variety show brimming with so much talent, you won’t be able to sit in your seats. Our troupe of performers, chosen for their shamelessness, will dazzle with singing, juggling, culinary provocation, alpine hip-hop dancing, gyrating farm animals and much, much more!

It’s A Wonderful Species!

It’s A Wonderful Species!

Water Ballet 2006

Featuring a cast of over 70 of your friends and neighbors, “It’s a Wonderful Species” follows Charles Darwin’s tortured plight to publish his theory of evolution. Will the church give him the boot? Will the scientific community give him the opposable thumbs up? With everything to lose, including his mind, Darwin recounts his theories with the help of a curiously hairy but somewhat evolved literary agent. Of course, all of this is performed in Fluid Movement’s trademark swimming, dancing, glittery style!

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Postcards from the Deep End: The Flurry Family Vacation

Postcards from the Deep End: The Flurry Family Vacation

Water Ballet 2005

Follow Baltimore’s Flurry Family’s disastrous summer car trip to Vegas!  Forced to spend hours in a car together, the family embarks on a sometimes hilarious, sometimes disturbing and often surreal trip down memory lane…recounting some of their personal favorite summer vacations- all told with Fluid Movement’s trademark swimming, dancing, glittery style!

Earth, Wind and the Baltimore Fire

Earth, Wind and the Baltimore Fire

August 2004, Patterson Park

 

Fluid Movement heated up the 100th anniversary of the Baltimore Fire, recasting the conflagration as a funktastic flamenco-flavored fantasy.

Our very historical version of the famous blaze featured flamenco-ing flames, tangoing dancers with fans of fire, wee waterdrops from the Baltimore City Carrera Program, and Fluid Movement’s trademark campy fun.

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BUGS Circus

BUGS Circus

February 2004

In partnership with Living Classrooms Foundation’s BUGS After School Program with assistance from Ringling trained clown, Greg May, Fluid Movement staged an insect-themed circus show with 40 inner city 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students.

This adorable and talented cast acted out such parts as praying mantises on stilts, jumproping flies about to be caught in a spider’s web, dung beetles on rolling globes, juggling fireflies in glowing black light and a troupe of clowning bumble bees! The show helped raise money for Baltimore Family Services’ Emergency Shelter.

Go-Go Pirate Show

Go-Go Pirate Show

June 2003

Ahoy! FM’s elaborate interpretation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic, Treasure Island, was staged aboard the historice USS Constellation in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor with live original music by The Landlubbers (Snackie Hillman and Eddie Chabot) and go-go dance instruction provided by The World Famous Pontani Sisters. Our mod take on the literary classic recounts the tale of Long Johns Silver organizing a mutiny in order to plunder island treasure for himself. Tables turn, songs are sung, dances are danced and good triumphs in the end, with everyone learning a valuable lesson and Ben Gunn being reunited with his oft-fantasized-of-snack-food: American Cheese.

1001 Freudian Nights: A Biography in Bellydance

1001 Freudian Nights: A Biography in Bellydance

2002

In 1939, Dr. Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, committed physician-assisted suicide after a long battle with mouth cancer. Our performance is what might have flashed through his mind before the final, lethal dose of morphine sent him into that long goodnight.

Nessie on Wheels: The Legend of the Loch Ness Monster

Nessie on Wheels: The Legend of the Loch Ness Monster

October 2001

Fluid Movement’s third creepy, extravagant, outdoor, roller skating production rolled into Patterson Park to the delight of hundreds of audience members! The eerie show explored the enduring myth of Nessie, Scotland’s infamous monster of the Loch.

Cirque L’Amour

Cirque L’Amour

Water Ballet 2001

Cirque De L’Amour tells the tale of Frenchie the wistful clown, who finds herself dreaming of the glamorous life - away from the tired, grumpy clowns. Frenchie’s dream of glamour comes true as she saves Guy de Lyon when his lion-taming act runs amok.

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