Don't Miss

DON'T MISS

October 13, 2005|By SARAH YURGEALITIS

No fear

The lowdown -- Sponsored by the Creative Alliance, SONiA and disappear fear will return to their hometown Baltimore for a CD release concert Sunday at the Patterson Theatre. disappear fear was originally a folk band consisting of SONiA and her sister, CiNDY Frank. In its latest incarnation, however, disappear fear is a trio dedicated to playing music and promoting tolerance.

If you go -- SONiA and disappear fear will play a concert at the Patterson Theatre, 3134 Eastern Ave., Sunday at 8 p.m. to celebrate the release of their live CD. Tickets are $20 and $18 for Creative Alliance members. Go to creativealliance.org or disap pearfear.com or call 410-276-1651.

Well-designed

The lowdown -- Maryland's only annual fashion show, Fashion on Charles brings together the region's designers and owners of trendy local boutiques. This year's show is tomorrow at Gardel's, a salsa club, with top designers including Derek Green in attendance. The event will include a silent auction, with proceeds going to victims of Hurricane Katrina, and a live musical performance by Suttle Thoughts.

If you go -- Fashion on Charles, hosted by Gardel's Supper Club, 29 S. Front St., will take place tomorrow from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. Doors open at 8 p.m. Tickets are $30. Call 443-691-5375 or go to fashiononcharles.com.

Reality check

The lowdown -- Reality TV meets cabaret in Charm City Kitty Club's Queer Factor tomorrow and Saturday at the Patterson Theatre. The show, which riffs on The Bachelor and The Swan, among others, features singing, dancing, monologues and a performance by the Tuna Helpers (whose lineup includes puppets).

If you go -- Charm City Kitty Club and Creative Alliance's Queer Factor will be performed tomorrow and Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Creative Alliance at the Patterson, 3134 Eastern Ave. Tickets are $10, and $7 for Creative Alliance members. Go to creativealliance.org or call 410-276-1651.

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