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Anything theatric is welcome – from singers for a singing telegram, line dance instructors for parities or even balloon artists for the kids.

"The more I can pitch to people – I’ve got a guy that can stand on his head and drink beer – the more work I can find. I need dancers, singers, comedians, circus performers, everything," she said.

Bush is a veteran of the Whistler theatre community. Among her many credits, she facilitated entertainment and group building events for corporate groups, hosted interactive theatre such as Maxine and Blaire’s High School Reunion, performed in the play production of Faulty Towers, developed characters for Tourism Whistler’s summer street entertainment program and is a regular face around Whistler parties – or at least her duffel bag is, stuffed with wigs, boas, blow-up guitars and everything else under the sun.

To get involved, contact Bush at bushwoman@look.ca or 604-907-1495.

Vicious Circle Book Sale

The Whistler Writer’s Group, a.k.a. the Vicious Circle, is hosting a fundraising book sale Friday, Dec. 2 from 4 to 10 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 3 from noon to 8 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 4 from noon to 6 p.m. at Village 8 Theatres.

Used books, new books and CDs will be on sale at the fundraiser.

The Vicious Circle hosts monthly support meetings for both professional and amateur writers. Writers receive constructive criticism on works, participate in workshops and various literary events. The group also hosts an annual week-long writers festival each fall. For more information, contact group founder Stella Harvey at stella25@telus.net.

Filmmakers/photographers needed

Filmmakers and photographers are still needed for Swift Rock Production’s ARTdrenaline showcase, a multi-media/multi-disciplinary art-stravaganza of film, writing, visual arts and photography, dance and acting, to be showcased Dec. 16 and 17 at Millennium Place.

"This competition is all about having fun, showcasing local talent and summing up fearlessness through an artist’s review," said event co-founder Katie Schaitel.

Performance and competition unite for a unique evening of local talent centred on this year’s theme of Fearless – In life/sport/love/art.

For the photography category, two pieces of new work must be submitted by Dec. 8, representing the photographer’s take on the theme.

Film submissions must be three to 10 minutes long, submitted to Swift Rock by Dec. 10. Broadcast regulations apply.

To submit, call Schaitel at 604-906-1321 or visit www.swiftrockproductions.com.

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