Blyss is Back!! Part of 2009 Vancouver International Burlesque Festival

After an eight month maternity leave Blyss is Back this Thursday performing in Tease for Two with Kitty Nights and Sweet Soul BurlesqueTease For Two at the Rio Theatre. Show starts at 7:00pm
Hope to see you there!
Momma Blyss

Momma Blyss

So life has been busy.  Blyss is on Maternity leave.  Mr. Wiggles aka Mr. P was born in mid august and Blyss is presently beginning to think about returning to the boards.

She intends to be back in fighting form in the new year when she returns from her holidays.

If you are interested in Booking Blyss please email us at blyss@blyssfulproductions.com

mr. wiggles aka mr. p

mr. wiggles aka mr. p

Vidfest 2008- permission to blog authentically

so i’m having fun at vidfest- learning and thinking a lot about the information being presented.

the last panel :
Content.com: The care and feeding of audiences
What is the ideal relationship between content and audience in the digital space? Find out how two superstar bloggers have developed a strategy that sets boundaries while expanding their website’s reach.
Speakers:
Heather Armstrong, Dooce.com
Maggie Mason, Mightygirl.com & Mightygoods.com; Author of No One Cares What You Had For Lunch: 100 Ideas for Your Blog

was a blast and gave me so much to think about regarding life, and what happens when it shifts and changes.

i feel a huge need to give a shout out to heather armstrong and maggie mason for their insight, honesty and encouragement to keep on my path of being a writer and publisher. to be an authentic human as my life and brand shifts.

kuddos to you ladies!

i hope you all come out to the next sessions

for more info check out http://2008.vidfest.com

ciao for now

s aka Blyss

Vidfest 2008!

hey there folks,

as you know i’m an environmentalist so i’m very excited about this year’s focus of vidfest

VIDFEST 2008 is showcasing the power of digital media to achieve altruistic goals, from tackling climate change to enabling entrepreneurs in the developing world.

check out the amazing speakers at http://2008.vidfest.com/go/program/speakers/

i hope to see you there!

Siobhan aka Blyss

Blyss and her pickles

Blyss headlines at Twisted Comedy at the Cobalt.

See her new u-tube!

Mask Making Workshop Sunday March 30 & April 6 from 1-4

Mask Making Workshop Sunday March 30 & April 6 from 1-4

Hello Folks

This workshop is a great way to connect with a friend, partner, or loved one as it takes two people to make one mask- a truly unique art-form.

Last year I had married couples tell me that it did wonders for their relationship. As we head into spring and start to think of love, and warm fuzzy feelings… might I suggest bringing a friend or that special someone in your life? Perhaps parents might want to capture their child’s face forever in plaster before they grow up too quickly.

If you register as a “couple” and that just means two people you don’t have to be in a “relationship” you can pay only $110 for the two of you.

If you are not in a relationship and find yourself single a please don’t be shy come have a blast and celebrate your fabulousness with me and meet new people!

Wishing you a blyssful week and month of self care and love.
Siobhan aka Blyss

absolut theatre co. & blyssful productions presents:


The Masks We Wear

Created and facilitated by: S. Siobhan McCarthy aka Blyss- Artistic Director of the absolut theatre company and past Artist in Residence with the City of Vancouver at gallery gachet.

Siobhan McCarthy is “Canada’s most successful cross over artist” Canadian Theatre Review, 2005

Siobhan McCarthy is an actor/ performer/ teacher with many years of professional performance experience and training, which allows her to draw from a wide range of bodywork/ movement modalities.

Ms. McCarthy is an accomplished PPSEC approved teacher and private acting coach. She has taught and lectured at UBC, The Vancouver Film School, The Vancouver School Board, John Casblanca’s Acting School, New Image College of Fine Arts as well as other colleges and private institutions.

Sunday March 30 and April 6 from 1-4 pm at the studio of the absolut theatre company and blyssful PRODUCTIONS, Artech Building 336 east 1st ave Vancouver, BC

Plaster Mask Making Workshop
In this mask making workshop participants will create a custom-made plaster of paris mask that they can use later on in performance or for fun, ie. for future events. Please bring an old towel/ face cloth, wear old clothes, no make-up and be prepared to get messy and have a lot of fun!

Light refreshments will be served. All supplies are included. Cost $ 65.00 includes membership to the absolut theatre company society

About the Masks We Wear Project
This is an innovative multi-media community- building project devised by Siobhan McCarthy. It is an experimental workshop/ lab/ rehearsal series that will take place over an extended period of time- where actors, visual artists and members of the general public can make custom-fit masks, develop characters and performances that will result in an community installation performance project at the absolut theatre company in the months to come.

To register in this workshop or in the workshop series please call 604 263 1859 and/or email siobhan@blyssfulproductions.com.

“The Masks We Wear” project was originally funded by the CIF, the City of Vancouver Office of Cultural Affairs Diversity Grant and the Spirit of BC Arts Fund.

Siobhan McCarthy
Managing Artistic Director/ Producer
absolut theatre company society
blyssful productions
(604) 263 1859
(604) 842 6663 (mobile)
siobhan@blyssfulproductions.com
www.blyssfulproductions.com
www.myspace.com/blyss_sm
www.myspace.com/siobhanisblyss
www.theatre.ubc.ca/students…arthy.htm

The Word According to Blyss- Is the Future Friendly?

The Word According to Blyss- Is the Future Friendly?In Yaletown Magazine’s March’s issue of the Word according to Blyss © S. Siobhan McCarthy/ blyssfulPRODUCTIONS.. Siobhan aka Blyss discusses cell phone etiquette.