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POST-GAZETTE, JUNE 6, 201 4 Page 9 8ocially Scene by jSlngela Cornacchio South Shore Swim Wear made the Timeless Tuesday fashion show debut last week at Bond in the Langham Hotel. (Photo by Socially Scene Reviewed ... This past week was a Timeless Tuesday produc- tion we have all been wait- ing for, swim wear. Designer Dana Duggan took her South Shore Swim- wear styles to the Langham Hotel runway last Tuesday. The collection was fierce and brought smiles all around signaling it's time to break out those bikinis. The summer line had a little bit to offer every taste and size. There was a solid focus on this season's trendy colors; prime pink, bold tur- quoise, poppy pastels, a satin mint along with a classic zebra and metallic leopard print. The collection also offered some VIP pool party attire. There was a cutesy deep blue tennis outfit, pic- nic pattern cover-ups and even a bedazzled dress or two. The show was a hit as always with top stylist Jana Rago on site from Salon Acote on Newbury Street, but well known for her work with Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in New York as well Paris. The flawless models from Dynasty Models and Talent added to the designs of the evening, great vibes came from DJ Kuppa James and always a favorite the Apperitivo promotions by Peroni. You can find Dana Duggan and South Shore Swimwear designs on Facebook and at south shoreswim. Also there is still another chance to catch the styles live on June 104 as they are joining in on the collaboration fashion show with "The Women of Boston" at Bond. The show will fea- ture Rough House Style, Luigi and Lola shoes, Amber Lu "Smart Luxury" Designs, EyeStarr and many more. There will be a shopping Plaza where you will be able to purchase items in the show also Blo from South End and the new Seaport location will be on site doing complimentary dry styles. For further infor- mation on the show or to find out more about The Women of Boston visit www. WomenOfBoston. com OBERON Line Up ... The American Repertory Theater second stage and club the- ater venue, announces its June line up of exciting and original programming on the fringe of Harvard Square. The coming months in- clude limited engagements, the return of OBERON favor- ites such as The Big Quiz Thing, Videodrome Discotheque, and The Donkey Show; as well as OBERON Artists in Residence The Bos- ton Circus Guild's Speakeasy Circus and Touch Perfor- mance Art's Sexyback: or What you Will. The complete lineup is as follows: MORTIFIED Pre- sented by Mortified Media on Friday, June 6 th and June 134 at 7:30 pm. Real Estate Matt6o Gallo Appraisals Sales & Rentals 376 North Street Boston, MA 02113 (617) 523-2100 * Fax (617) 523-3530 Hailed as a "cultural phe- nomenon" by Newsweek and celebrated for years by the likes of This American Life, The Today Show, The Onion AV Club, & Entertainment Weekly, Mortified is a comic excavation of teen angst artifacts (journals, poems, letters, lyrics, home movies, schoolwork) as shared by their original authors -- in front of total strangers. A DIAMOND FAR BEYOND MEASURE presented by The Meltdown Incentive on Wed- nesday, June 114 at 8:00 pm. Bridging the gaps between classical music and jazz, concert music and theater, The Meltdown Incentive explores the complex rela- tionships between texts, sound, visual art, film, and music in entertaining and thought provoking new ways. Their highly original blend of musical sensitivity, per- sonality, and sense of humor makes their performances fresh, exciting experiences for both adults and children. EN-ER-GY 5 presented by Jha D on Friday, June 13 th at 9:00 pm. EN-ER-GY is an exploration of Boston's talented and artistic communities. It is an opportunity to bring a diverse cast of performers and witnesses under one roof to celebrate the excite- ment of art. The show is produced by local spoken word artist, Jhan6a "Jha D" Williams, and is joined by Flatline Poetry, Bakari JB, Cagen Luse, Ethan Hamby, ContemporarilyOutOfOrder, McKersin, Jamila Afrika, The Preachers, Kendall Ramseur and Deviant Rebel Clothing. After the show there will be an after-party in celebration of Boston Pride 2014! CLASS ACT presented by Ryan P. Casey on Sunday, June 154 at 8:00 pm. Femme fatales; hidden speakeasies; Fred Astaire: Step back into a bygone era with inventive, high-energy tap choreography by nation- ally recognized hoofers Ryan P. Casey and Kelly Kaleta, featuring a unique blend of rhythm, humor, storytelling, poetry, cinematography, and more. With a soundtrack featuring legendary musi- cians such as Count Basle, Benny Goodman, and Glenn Miller, this original show pays homage to crime noir, The Great Gatsby, classic movie musicals, and Vaude- ville shows. From tap danc- ing detectives to hoofing i o,.o.o. 1 ROLEX ESTATE JEWELRY Bought & Sold Jewelers Exch. Bldg. Jim (617) 263-7766 Berklee College of Music will host its first American Roots Weekend on June 20th-22 nd. basketball players, rhythm- making mobsters and high- kicking flappers, this ode to the 1920s and '30s is sure to have audiences jazzed up and tapping their feet! THE MOTH presented by The Moth StorySlam on Tuesday, June 17 th and July 15 c" at 8:00 pm. The Moth's StorySLAMs are steadily spreading all over the map, gathering people and stories from all over the country. New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Detroit/Ann Arbor have multiple shows each month. Louisville and Pittsburgh, added last year, are thriving. And this fall we're thrilled to add Boston, Milwaukee, Port- land and Seattle! The shows are open to anyone with a five-minute story to share on the night's posted theme. The brave of heart, or those with stories they're aching to tell, prepare personal, true tales. When the doors open, storyteller hopefuls put their names in The Moth hat. A half hour later, names are picked, and one by one, storytellers take the stage. Each person has just five minutes! The ten featured stories are scored by teams of judges selected from the audience. Each StorySLAM generates a StorySLAM winner. After ten SLAMs, the winners face off in our GrandSLAM Champion- ships. Come sign up to tell a story, or just enjoy the show! BROTHERS McCANN m "DAYS OF EASE" ALBUM RELEASE presented by Brothers McCann on Wed- nesday, June 184 at 8:00 pm. A celebration of the latest album release by Boston- based band Brothers McCann. DISCO PIGS presented by Colleen Hughes on Thurs- day, June 194 at 8:00 pm. A raucous ride through Cork, Ireland, Disco Pigs fol- lows two best friends as they try to hold on to a childhood that they may already have lost. Disco Pigs follows Pig and Runt, best friends living in Cork, Ireland, as they navigate their coming of age. (Photo by Inseparable si4nce birth, they have always faced the world together, but-as their 17 th birthday celebration goes on, their friendship will be put to the test. Will Pig and Runt be able to hold on to their kingdom of Pork City, or will the booze, lust, and violence break their extraordinary bond? REVENGE OF THE ROBOT BATTLE NUNS presented by The Slaughterhouse Sweet- hearts on Friday, June 20 th and Sunday, June 29 th at 8:00 pm. It's the end of the world, Slaughterhouse Sweetheart style. Who amongst you has a taste for the bizarre? For those with a strong stomach, a twisted mind, and .a per- verse groin, Revenge of The Robot Battle Nuns is an epic, b-horror, sci-fi, apocalyptic adventure from the brain of a burlesque dancer. Berklee Finds its Ameri- can Roots ... Berklee Col- lege of Music hosts its first American Roots Weekend, June 20th-22 "d, for acoustic musicians who perform blue- grass, blues, folk, country, acoustic jazz, and swing on instruments such as violin, viola, cello, bass, mandolin, guitar, and harp. Berklee string instructor Joe Walsh, a mandolin player who has performed with Ricky Skaggs, Emmylou Harris, Bela Fleck and others, will lead the weekend. Leading roots musicians and educators will teach the program, including bass- ist Viktor Krauss, who has worked with Bill Frisell and Lyle Lovett; Matt Munisteri, who has toured with Mark O'Connor and Madeleine Peyroux; Grammy Award- winning banjo player Alison Brown; Mark Simos, who has written songs for Alison Krauss; and renowned vio- linist Matt Glaser, director of Berklee's American Roots Program. This is the first summer session for the American Roots Program since its cre= ation five years ago. "The (Continued on Page 13)