For years, The ORIGINAL/ First edition
has been performing, living, and sharing all over the globe.
Her story is that of a journey that includes intrigue, fun, some challenges, and lots of teachings of life. If you think you've heard this story, you have not.
Warrior Girl is available for speaking engagements, entertainment for events, and more!
I'm just curious. How Far can we make the love go? Can we share it around the world?
June 14, 2012
What is a citizen? Are you a super citizen? What are the solutions that you can give for change? What if you were the only one with the solution that would change everything? Would you act on it?
WG took a small hiatus, to begin a few new and continue some ongoing projects.
Warrior Girl and Trumpet the Wonder Dog are experiencing the DC area.
Warrior Girl - Award Winning Performance Artist and living comic book super human.
Warrior Girl will be performing randomly around the United States Social Forum
June 23-24, 2010
Warrior Girl is teaching workshop:
"How to be your own Superhero"
At the United States Social Forum, Detroit.
June 25, 2010
March 14, 2009
Contact: Warrior Girl
24 Hour Community SPACEWALK - Call for Participants - DETROIT
Area Creatives Utilize Talent to Draw Interest and Give to Detroit, Again
May 10, 2010
DETROIT – For a 24 hour period, the city of Detroit will transform into a mobile circus and carnival with performances by actors, performance artists, dancers, poets, singers and more. Talented Detroit area performers, some of which have been seen at Detroit's own Theatre Bizarre, Wonderland, The Motor City Vaudeville Revue, as well as the Burning Man Arts Festival in Nevada are collaborating for this event.
Spacewalk is a conglomeration of artists and organizers with a vision for a healing ceremony for the city, that will last only a day's time, it will happen outside, and will change the Detroit Experience for both viewer and performer. Small happenings such as, art projected on abandoned buildings, a parade of art cars, a fire jam at midnight, and an unbelievable feast for the homeless, with food, clothing, shoes, necessities, and more.
Created entirely by Volunteers, this event is accepting fiscal donations as well as items for the homeless.
Fiscal Donations help with covering cost of fuel for the vehicles, production costs, and your donation is tax deductible.
Last year this event spanned over 30 miles, traveling throughout the city, highlighting places like The Detroit Dream Project, and Artist Village and Blight Busters in Old Redford. There was 24 Hours of Yoga in Eastern Market, and an early morning happy birthday chorus for Tyree's next door neighbor at the Heidelberg Project. Fishbones donated a bus for the full 24 Hours, and United Peace Relief Detroit sponsors the event.
There is a video available to watch a short summary of journey at http://www.spacewalk.org.
We are hoping to have a number of area churches show support with 24 hour prayer vigils for the rebirth of Detroit.
The event will be kicked off at noon on June 23 in conjunction with the United States Social Forum,
bringing people from all over the world to Detroit, in a location to be announced.
The call for Participants to the program ends June 15th, although anyone is encouraged to join us at any time, without notice. Artists are encouraged to imagine making a mobile project that will continue along with the festival. Participants do not have to commit to the entire 24 hours, but can come to specific events that will be listed in a program handed out along the route. Past event ideas include: 24 Hour Murals, Bike Sculptures, Art Cars,
Aerial Performance, Juggling, Stilt Walking, Mobile Sculptures, and Street Theatre.
Photographers and Videographers are invited to participate as part of the
Paparazzi Posse, who cover the event, and the Contra Paparazzi who cover the media covering the event.
This event is open to others who are interested in sharing their gifts and talent by joining the group for any portion of this time. Participation from the community to support by viewing the event is also welcome.
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If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, please call Warrior Girl directly at 248.885.4530 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. General information is also available at Spacewalk.org.
Warrior Girl is performing Weekly at Clutch Cargos in Pontiac Michigan.
Every Saturday Night, 12am and 1am over the main dance floor.
For more information go to: http://www.clutchcargos.com/
AERIAL ACTION TEAM DESIGNS AND PERFORMS HALF-TIME SHOW AT NFL PRO-BOWL
WHO: Warrior Girl LLC and the Aerial Action Team
WHEN: February 8th, 2009
CONTACT: Kate McGlynn, Owner Warrior Girl LLC
Kate McGlynn, owner of Warrior Girl LLC, returned to the Detroit Metro Area in 2007 after traveling throughout Europe for 8 years with various theatre troupes and Cirque du Soleil. She will be performing on February 8th at the NFL Pro-Bowl. She, along with her partners in San Francisco, formed the Aerial Action Team, a group of circus performers, pranksters, and daredevils. Warrior Girl LLC is working with the Aerial Action Team to design, rig, and perform a bungee performance during the half-time show of the NFL Pro-Bowl.
Warrior Girl and John Law co-founded the Aerial Action Team in 1996 in San Francisco. Warrior Girl, who hailed from the Detroit Area, decided one day to perform her first solo aerial show with a 16 foot spiderweb, and a crane at SOMA Gallery in SF for the Burning Man Arts Festival Fundraiser. John Law, who hails from Big Rapids, MI; and is one of the founders of the Burning Man Arts Festival in the Nevada Desert, saw Warrior Girl’s performance and approached her to work together to create an exciting troupe of performers who force the audience to look in a different way at performance art, UP!!
The Aerial Action Team has performed all around the world, from San Francisco to Los Angeles, Barcelona, and Berlin, for groups like The Grateful Dead, the Merry Pranksters, 3-d painter Skee Goodheart, and now the NFL.
Mike Templeton, who has performed in Japan, Italy, and across the States (a local icon in San Francisco) is joining the Aerial Action Team in Hawaii as a rigger and performer. Mike designed the mobile rig for the performance as well as 3D models and renderings. He has been involved with the Aerial Action Team and Warrior Girl since 1996.
Warrior Girl can be seen performing amazing aerial activities at Clutch Cargo’s in Pontiac on Saturday Nights, and at various Detroit Metro Locations.