TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DOOR
$15 cash only, ATM on premises
A night of true tales told live
Come hear real-life stories about….
• What do you do when your only son becomes haunted by dementors, Lord Voldemort, and all other things Harry Potter?
• Your destiny being changed when a clairvoyant calls in to the police to report a vision she’s had of something terrible happening to you?
• Taking a journey with a marine on guard duty who becomes so sleep-deprived that he discovers a realm beyond reality
October 9, 2012
Doors open at 6:30pm, Show starts at 8pm
at Town Danceboutique
2009 8th St, NW,Washington, DC, 20009 (near corner of U Street)
$15 cash at door
- Must be 21 and must have ID.
- Bring-your-own-food. When possible, we will arrange a food truck and let you know on Facebook and Twitter.
- Full bar – credit or cash
- There is an ATM on the premises.
- Wheelchair accessible
Driving: Parking on the street or paid lot next door for $15.
Metro: Take Green or Yellow line to U St/Cardozo and exit on 10th Street side. Walk two blocks east and turn left at 8th St. It’s the second building on the right.
To sign up for open mic
Fill out the online form in advance using the drop-down box to indicate the night you want to perform. You will have seven minutes to tell your story. We are strict about this, so don’t go over or you will be cut off. Also, you must tell a true story (again, it’s not a stage for stand-up, poetry, readings, fiction, or folktales) and you must incorporate the theme. You will be contacted 3-4 weeks before the specified show to arrange a free (and mandatory) coaching session with our Education Director, Stephanie Garibaldi. She can be reached at email@example.com if you have any questions (Please do not use this address to sign up. This is only for questions.)
Thanks to Alexander Morozov for photographing our shows.
This show is part of Art4All DC taking place September 6 – October 21 in celebration of arts, performance, and community across all four quadrants of the District. Art4All DC, convened by Cultural Tourism DC in collaboration with the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities with the support of media partner The Washington Examiner, is a city-wide collaboration that convenes arts organizations and artists to present and initiate participation in the arts in the neighborhoods. More than 30 leading organizations are participating in Art4All DC.
Please join us in celebrating Washington, DC’s arts, performance, and community with Art4All DC from September 6 – October 21. Listings can be found in The Washington Examiner’s Fall Arts Guide or online at www.CulturalTourismDC.org.
Cultural Tourism DC, an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit coalition of more than 230 culture, heritage, and community-based organizations helping you experience DC’s authentic culture and heritage. For more information about Cultural Tourism DC, visit www.CulturalTourismDC.org.