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Pandora Scooter

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WHO. Pandora is a spoken-word dynamo whose passionate rhymes and rants thrill and inspire audiences. She's been put into categories including everything from stand-up comedy to hip-hop to folk poet to performance artist. Her work defies conventional labels, just as she does herself. A self-identified QUEERMAMASAPIEN, Pandora is pro-people, in all their glorious individualizations. She is an unyielding advocate on behalf of misfits and 'fits,' of all walks and talks.

WHAT. On the specific-tip, Pandora has performed at venues including: HIP HOP: Out, Loud and Proud, PhaseFest, Philly Queer Rock Show, Baltimore Pride, Mississipi's OUToberfest, Capitol Rainbowfest (Trenton, NJ's Pride Celebration), Cornelia Street Cafe's Pink Pony Series (NYC), Nuyorican Youth Slam (NYC), as well as featuring at numerous open-mics throughout New Jersey and Philadelphia.

Pandora's two solo shows, FEAR JUNKIE and SAMURAIZATION have played to crtical and box office success. FEAR JUNKIE: An Exploration of Fear, Consumerism and Why I Sleep with the Lights On, was developed at New York Theatre Workshop's Larson Lab and then went on to short runs at Where Eagles Dare Theatre Company and Asbury Park Black Box Theatre. The show earned a star rating for being noteworthy from the editors of

SAMURAIZATION: One Woman Learns to Have her Sushi and Eat It, Too was developed at Asbury Park Black Box Theatre, went on to an extended run in New York City's Stage Left Studios and then moved to Rahway, NJ where it was presented by Joe Mancuso in association with the Union County Arts Center at El Bodegon's Salon space. SAMURAIZATION won Pandora a grant to support its development and production from the Puffin Foundation.

Currently, Pandora is continuing to develop a third solo show called THE MOMMY PROJECT: The Real Poop on Parenting. The show workshopped at the Asbury Park Black Box Theatre, where she headlined the Women's Arts Festival. She is also working on a live CD due out sometime in late 2007. Her first CD, Carpe Dyke, is available on and at venues where she's performing. Per her usual sense of switching things up, she sells her merchandise on a sliding scale, to accommodate as many folks' financial situations as possible.

Her one-woman show HOMO-SAPIENISM, The Art of Being Human is a compilations about self-love and self-acceptance from all her shows and recordings. She's touring it to colleges up and down the East Coast and it's leaving college students feeling great about themselves and life!

WHY. I believe the world needs as much connection between people as possible. I'm out here to connect with as many people as I can - and to let people know it's ok to connect with each other. To let them know that it's ok to be everything they are and want to be - in all the complexities and confusions that make life what it is: one big, crazy, beautiful messy love storm.

Power to the Peaceful and Love to All...

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