WHIM W’HIM and VASHON CENTER FOR THE ARTS are happy to present a free performance for Front Line Workers!
We are so grateful for all you have done throughout this challenging time. As a small token of our gratitude, we would like to invite you to join us on Sunday, May 16 at 2pm.
VCA + WHIM W’HIM IRL are offering the exclusive event we’ve all been waiting for: LIVE DANCE! Whim W’Him’s first live performance at Vashon Center for the Arts includes world premieres by FLOCK, Joseph Hernandez, and Karl Watson. With the exciting return of Ihsan Rustem’s “Of Then And Now”, and one of W’Him’s favorite, the award winning “MONSTER”.
Who are Front Line Workers? Those who conduct a range of operations and services that are typically essential to continue critical infrastructure operations. Critical infrastructure is a large, umbrella term encompassing sectors from energy to defense to agriculture that includes: Health Care/Public Health, Emergency Services Sector, Food and Agriculture, Energy, Water and Wastewater, Transportation and Logistics, Communications and Information Technology, Other community-based Government Operations and Essential Functions.
The Kay White Hall is operating at a limited capacity within the Washington State regulated guidelines for safe operation during COVID. Attendance requires strict adherence to the Kay White Hall COVID-Protocol. > Read the Protocol