ECHOES: A tribute concert benefiting The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway
Monday, October 14 at 7:30pm
The Moore Theatre
ECHOES is an evening of performances benefitting The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway. Like the memorial it is ushering in, ECHOES is a celebration of life and collective memories, while also standing as a call to action. It’s the next step in honoring both our past and our future.
Hosted by Micki Flowers, former health reporter for KIRO TV and long time HIV/AIDS advocate, the night will feature storytelling, dance, and musical talent. (ECHOES will also be ASL Interpreted.)
Members of the diverse communities affected by the epidemic will be sharing personal stories and recount their experiences. Interspersed between these narratives will be musical and dance performances from outstanding local talent such as Alexandria Henderson, the Seattle Men’s and Women’s Choruses, and Whim W’him dance company.
Throughout the night, the audience will have opportunities to make donations toward this historic memorial, the total of which will be tallied and displayed on-screen during the evening.
ECHOES will be a night where we can experience our history together, move towards healing, and directly contribute to the creation of The AIDS Memorial Pathway. We hope you will join us!
Soon to be located in the plaza above the Capitol Hill light rail station and extending into the north end of Cal Anderson Park, The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway is a community driven project that will create a physical place of reflection and remembrance to honor the lives given and lost, and to stand together for our future.
ECHOES will have performances by: Alexandria Henderson, Billie Wildrick, Nathan Young & Showtunes Theatre, Justin Huertas, Whim W’Him, and The Seattle Men’s Chorus & The Seattle Women’s Chorus. Featuring stories by Bill Hall, DeAunté Damper, Pat Migliore, and Steven Parsons.