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PROMETHEUS FIRE ARTS SHOW (WesFest Edition)

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Alexis Jimenez ’19 writes in:

Come see Wesleyan’s one and only fire spinning troupe, PROMETHEUS, as we show off our firey moves this Thursday at 7:30 PM on Foss Hill! Seating is very much not limited, so bring your friends, bring your prefrosh, bring your friends’ prefrosh! It should be a fine night, but bring warm clothing just in case.

Date: TONIGHT
Time: 7:30 PM
Where: Foss Hill

Prometheus WesFest Show TONIGHT

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From Trevor Dorn-Wallenstein ’15:

Watch us do stupid things with fire!

Prometheus’ 15th annual WesFest show is happening tonight at 9 pm on
Foss Hill. Bring a blanket and a childlike sense of wonder as we do crazy stuff
with fire!

Check out facebook event here.

When: Tonight (April 16) at 9pm
Where: The bottom of Foss Hill
Cost: None, but bring warm clothes/blanket

Light My Fire

Good news, everyone! Bwair Wauwie ’12 has been hard at work with a tr33t 4 u:

Lions, bellydancers, ninjas, and more! A theatrical fire spinning
performance like nothing you’ve seen before.

Sponsored by Prometheus and the Adelphic Educational Fund.

Prometheus Recruiting

Are you curious about fire spinning? Do you just like fire? Do you just like spin-y things? Did you see the Prometheus show last night? Are you interested in joining?

Then contact kprosise@wes or come to the first Prometheus practice this Monday night at 7PM in Butterfields courtyard. (If its raining, you should probably just email her).

Prometheus Show Tonight at the CFA Kickoff

Wesleyan’s own fire spinning group, Prometheus, got moved out of their beginning of the year, Common Moment show because of Earl, but fret not, because tonight, in the CFA, the show goes on. So come by the CFA a little bit before 8 PM TONIGHT and catch the first Prometheus show of the year. There will be lots of fire, excitement, and new tricks to show. The show will only last about 15-20 minutes, so come on time! For those of you who have never seen the fire arts or a Prometheus show, you should definitely come see what it’s all about.