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October 31, 2021, 9:00 pm

High Low
3301 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO United States

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PRNZ Productions presents
The Blood Ball, Till Death Do Us Party: A Halloween Party & Fundraiser.

Join us on October 31, 2021, at the High Low on 3301 Washington Ave, St. Louis, MO 63103 for a Halloween Party you won’t forget. Doors open at 8 PM, with live performances from local STL artists beginning at 9 PM. We are also hosting a Best dressed contest with prizes up to $200!

STL, Secure your tickets now and make us your first and final stop this Halloween.

Additional Event Information:
– 18+ event
– masks required

– proof of vaccine or negative COVID test required for entry
– food + drinks available
– tickets are available through MetroTix with limited capacity.
– proceeds benefit a PRNZ Productions original film premiering Spring of 2022 (see more information below.)

Hosted by PRNZ, Prince Lyons

DJ Set by DJ KT’

Performances by Lee the Sensei, Indea Nikolé, Eric Dontè, Assiduous Compound, Dazzling Diamond + more.

How we’re staying safe:
It is important to note that most of our artists will not be wearing masks during their performances. With that in mind, PRNZ Productions is hugely committed to keeping our team and audience members safe. Therefore, all performing artists have undergone COVID tests/Vaccinations to ensure the safety of all present persons during our event.

What you’re supporting:
I am presenting a new sponsorship opportunity for those interested in furthering the conversation in St. Louis on mental health and educational inequality facing our youth through dancemaking. I present to you; We’re All Pretty Broken.

“We’re All Pretty Broken” is an original dance film written and produced by Prince Lyons, co-directed by Matt Seidel, and performed by a handpicked group of talented performance artists.

This 40-minute dance film scheduled to premiere in Spring of 2022 will be set in my alma mater, Jennings Senior High school, and focuses on the BIPOC experience in the American public school system. The story follows the activity of 4 students and a teacher in what is Saturday Detention. I plan to capture the complexities of one of the most crucial developmental periods of our lives using physical dance theatre and visual art as my primary mediums.

While The Kranzberg Arts Foundation has presented me with an initial grant and viewing space to show this original work, I need your support in further funding this unique project. A total cost of $12,000 covers the cost of production and pays our artists to share this beautiful and impactful story. In addition, we can promote essential conversations across the St. Louis community and improve health and education services for BIPOC youth with your assistance.

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