Mark & Carrie June 2009

Dishing with Mark & Carrie June 10 2009 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mark & Carrie on Tuesday, 09 June 2009 00:00   
Square One Breaks though Round Holes
La Di Da was the artful theme for a recent Square One Productions program at the Ritz Ybor in Historic Ybor City. Over the guestimated amount of 4500+ people showed up to experience a new generation of imaginative art, trendy fashions and festivities in Ybor. Okesene Tilo, executive director of Square One, was adorned with praise by newcomers to Ybor City and ventured to the new generation of nightlife in Historic Ybor City. Former Ritz promoter and Square One founder-photographer-fashion designer Gary Randall came and visited from his new digs in New York City. Drum Beaters welcomed everyone in the outside theatre’s entry. A most unique “homemade candy” bar was set up for settling that sweet tooth amongst the libations! 75 local artists showed their creativeness, dozens of psychics told your secret futures and a troupe of many modern dance groups performed led, by artistic modern dance creator Maria Pardo. The fashions and designs by the new designer’s coming out party drew rave reviews by the audience. Jose Renteria and Michelle Barcia did all the make-up for the fashion show and dance recitals. Characters of circus and fairy tales walked around the event and amused the attendees. Light shows, an entourage of bands, creative designer fashions, modern dance, artists and artsy foods provided a great way to introduce an elder historic community to new likes! Their next fantastic event is this fall. Visit for more information


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