CANCELLED-The Unbroadcast Life of Mildred Bailey

Due to increasing COVID-19 cases, and out of an abundance of concern for artists, staff, patrons, and volunteers, The Unbroadcast Life of Mildred Bailey, has been cancelled.

Mark your calendar for The Unbroadcast Life of Mildred Bailey to be presented as a live performance and podcast by the Powell Street Festival in partnership with the Firehall Arts Centre on the evenings of Thursday, December 30 and Friday, December 31.

In the 1930s, Salish jazz singer, Mildred Bailey was the centre of a lively music scene. She broke ground for Billie Holiday and Bing Crosby among other singers. She introduced new microphone technology to the artform and held legendary parties wherever she lived. Podcast play written by Russell Wallace. Music arranged by Tony Wilson. Directed by Columpa Bobb.

This production is being sold at 45% capacity.