Theatrical Comedy for Grown Ups
A Completely Ridiculous Open Mic
with Klaus, Musicologist
Saturday February 8th, at 7pm
Sign up at 6.30
Northampton Center for the Arts, at 33 Hawley St.
"Hello, my name is Klaus. I am a German musicologist primarily focussed on the work Steve Miller and his band - The Steve Miller Band. I, Klaus am traveling through America for the first time to gain insight into the country that shaped the genius of Steve Miller and the Steve Miller Band. In pursuit of my goals I am organizing my very first open mic. My hope is that people will come and tell me stories about their experiences in and of America. These stories can come in the form of a dance, a song, a comedy routine, a poem, a magic trick, or even an actual story. Whatever it happens to be, I will be most grateful to you for helping me to understand the birthplace of one of, if not the most important composers of our modern times.
Danke in advance for your time, presence and invaluable assistance.
An open mic like no other! Join Klaus (Gabe Levey) as he attempts to host a public event for the first time, understand more about America, and spread the gospel of The Steve Miller Band. Featuring the work of you, you and YOU! (And also Steve Miller).
Sign up begins at 630 for a 7pm show.
Performers get in free when they bring a guest!
Saturday March 14th, at 7pm: Pretty Hurts, written and performed by Lucy Shelby, Directed by Gabe Levey
Saturday April 11th, at 7pm: Untitled Tennis Spectacular, written and performed by Jarrod Bates and Steve Meehan
Saturday May 9th, at 7pm: Yay America!, written and performed by Kaitlyn Kaufman
*All shows are subject to change
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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