Vaudeville Performing Arts

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Following Lowndes Shakespeare Center (Orlando Shakes), Vaudeville Performing Arts will be returning to Leesburg’s Starlight Ballroom on Saturday, September 23rd for Autumn Antics! 

Autumn is here, so before you get sucked into the trifecta of holiday madness, join Central Florida's premier improv troupe for an evening of delight, depravity, and inspired madness. Our charismatic performers will take you on a guided tour through some of today's most exciting, yet bizarre minds that you won’t soon forget.

Relying heavily on audience participation, this combination short-and-long-form improv show will leave you laughing for weeks!

Doors open at 6:00, show starts at 7:00. Beer and wine will be served before and during the show.

For tickets, click the photo to the right for copy the link below.

With all the events to raise money for the pink ribbons, this event is to raise money and awareness for a just as worthy, but much less publicized cause: metastatic breast cancer.

From the Metavivor website:  100% of breast cancer deaths occur because of metastasis, and almost 100% of people whose breast cancer has metastasized will die from it. In the United States alone, this means that more than 40,000 vibrant lives are lost each year.

Despite these stark realities, the popular breast cancer fundraising movements give on average only 2% of their research funds to researching metastasis. Instead, their primary focus is on prevention, which does nothing to help those already diagnosed, and early detection, which does not impact those facing the ultimate death sentence of stage 4 breast cancer. And while only 6% - 10% of initial breast cancer diagnoses are metastatic, 30% of patients diagnosed with earlier stage breast cancer will eventually develop stage 4 breast cancer and die.

This does not need to happen.  Many metastasis researchers believe that metastatic breast cancer could become a chronic, rather than terminal, disease, if only there were more money to do the research necessary to develop effective treatments. As such, METAvivor has launched a nationwide effort to raise awareness about metastatic breast cancer, with a push to dedicate 30% of all breast cancer research funds toward the metastatic breast cancer that 30% of patients will ultimately face.



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BIG THANKS to Marco DiGeorge and Robb Maus with Truthful Acting Studios! They are outstanding instructors, inspiring mentors, and amazing men. We are truly honored to be in association with them.