The Baduwa't Festival: A Gathering of the People 

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The Baduwa't Festival: A Gathering of the People Opening Celebrations opened with traditional Wiyot drumming on the outdoor Dell'Arte stage.
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Wiyot Tribal Chair Ted Hernandez turned to introduce members of the Two Feathers Native American Family Services Youth Ambassadors, who sang and read poetry created in their workshop as part of the opening celebrations.
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After the Opening Celebrations event, attendees participated in a silent, candle-lit walk to the Baduwa't River (Mad River), a part of the ancestral homeland of the Wiyot Tribe..
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After the Opening Celebrations event, attendees participated in a silent, candle-lit walk to the Baduwa't River (Mad River), a part of the ancestral homeland of the Wiyot Tribe.
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Circus Nonsense featured two lifeguards at the ocean beach and a seagull that constantly intervened in their affairs.
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Classic comic elements (one chair, too many people) were featured throughout Circus Nonsense.
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Dancing with inflatable costumes was a challenging bit of choreography in Circus Nonsense.
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Foot juggling was a featured skill of the Circus Nonsense performance.
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The Circus Nonsense cast included a mix of ages and costumed sea life that participated in most of the action.
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Lots of juggling throughout Circus Nonsense culminated in a final scene.
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Mikey the Archangel (Evan Grande) was a regular message courier between the Guy Upstairs and the Devil in the Red Light Cabaret.
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Mikey the Archangel (Evan Grande) and Belpho (Jesse March) deployed their stage-combat skills as part of the Red Light Cabaret.
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The Devil as emcee (Kathryn Cesarz) led the late-night, adults-only Red Light Cabaret.
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Nu Heavenly Tones Gospel Group member James Harris.
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The Nu Heavenly Tones Gospel Group performed Saturday afternoon as part of the festival.
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The Nu Heavenly Tones Gospel Group performed on the outdoor stage at Dell'Arte on Saturday afternoon as part of the festival.
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Madsummer's "My Generation" sung by Bob Wells and others as chorus.
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MADSUMMER's "I Don't Look Good Naked Anymore" sung by Michael Fields.
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MADSUMMER's "Older Lakies" and "Mother's Little Helper" sung by Marla Joy.
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MADSUMMER's "Old Folks Boogie" sung by Jeff Thomas.
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MADSUMMER's "I Can't Make You Love Me" sung by Laura Murillo Hart.
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MADSUMMER's "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow" and "End of the World" sung by Wilda Thompson.
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MADSUMMER's "Forever Young" sung by Louis Hoiland, Zera Starchild and others as chorus.
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"This Simply Can't Be How It's Done" opened with Evan Grande discovering Cleo DeOrio (left) and Kathryn Cesarz in his trunk.
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In "This Simply Can't Be How It's Done," Evan Grande then dumped the sleepy Cleo DeOrio and Kathryn Cesarz (left) out of his trunk.
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In "This Simply Can't Be How It's Done" Evan Grande (left) found his comic foil in Jesse March.
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Clownish typists Kathryn Cesarz (top), Cleo DeOrio and Jesse March at work in "This Simply Can't Be How It's Done."
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Kathryn Cesarz (right) intimidates Jesse March and Evan Grande in a funny scene from "This Simply Can't Be How It's Done."
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