That collection of hats you have, could be thinned out and the vanquished placed inside some crow’s head. You really do not want to advertise for that seed line anyway, do you?
The Ceremony crews are busy making crow heads for the MayDay performance in Powderhorn Park on Sunday May 1, 2011. The Ceremony follws the MayDay Parade, probably shortly after 3 p.m.. A hat with a bill woks well as a base to staple the paper mache crow heads onto.
The theatre is awash with wonderful ideas of using inexpensive material in new and expressive ways. You may get a jump on Spring Cleaning by checking out the material list that is being requested for the MayDay workshops. And you may help the community voice their concerns.
Other materials you may be able to supply that go into the MayDay production;
- Fabric 64″ to 72″ wide:
- black fabric
- insect window screen material
- landscaping material
- heavy black plastic
- back-and-white polka-dot fabric
- solid bright-color fabric that is light-weight
- fake fur
- ostrich feathers
- children’s toys that make sounds, including toy keyboards – battery-powered not plug-in (with new batteries too?)
- 3-wheeled bikes in adult sizes
- aluminum back-pack frames
- bamboo poles (lots of them!)
- umbrellas still intact
- 1/2 ” to 1″ dowels, 3′ or more in length
- small mirrors (hand-held)
- Brown Latex paint is of special need now
- 1/2″ T-50 Staples
- masking tape
- single-ply cardboard
- bottle caps
An i-Phone or Android for merchandise booths to use on MayDay;
Do you have an i-Phone (version 3G, 3Gs, 4.0 or 4G) or an Android (version 1.6 or up) we might borrow so that we may “run” credit card purchases on MayDay?
Please contact Steve Kelby at 612-721-2535 x 13 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rise up, lend a hand, speak up.