Join us for a spirited spring evening of autobiographical stories from two Minneapolis artists renowned for their unusually high levels of honesty, intimacy, chutzpah and heart -- Howard L Lieberman (of the acclaimed Minnesota Fringe Festival shows "55 Minutes of Sex, Drugs and Audience Participation," "1967," and "Death Camp Diaries") and Amy Salloway (creator of touring Fringe hits "Does This Monologue Make Me Look Fat?," "So Kiss Me Already, Herschel Gertz!," and "Circumference"). Both Howard and Amy appear regularly as part of Twin Cities events like Patrick's Cabaret, Story Club Minneapolis, OUtSpoken, Two Chairs Telling, Cheap Theater and Balls; grab this chance to commune with them up close and personal in a very pink Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home in Stillwater!
Doors open on Friday, May 12th at 7pm; show begins at 7:30pm
Call 651-439-3362 for reserved seats and directions. Space is limited, so we like to get a headcount in advance.
Suggested donation $10.
Stories will probably contain a touch of adult language and content; bring youngsters at your discretion.
Hosted and emceed by VSA Arts coordinator and Twin Cities playwright Jon P. Skaalen.
(Venue is not wheelchair-accessible -- sorry. Blame Frank Lloyd Wright.)