Are you looking for a low-key Monday night event to take your Tinder match on a second date to to test their sense of humour, Vancouver?
Are you hoping to break out of your book club humdrum but still want some book action?
Maybe you’re just free next Monday and are looking for something fun to do?
Well… I have a show for you!
Funny people read from (and take the piss out of) the worst books they can find at Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing.
Cottage Bistro, 4470 Main Street, Vancouver, BC
Show: 8-10 PM
Tickets: $10 at the door (cash only)
What people have said about Say Wha?!
As Vancouver continues to emerge as a leader in the present and future of writing on the world stage—via publications like Poetry is Dead and One Cool Word and events held by the Vancouver Book Club, the Robson Reading Series and the Vancouver International Writers Festival, to name a few, the Say Wha?! series offers an important and perfectly Canadian contribution to the scene: “Quit taking yourselves so seriously.” – Granville Mag
“I like it when the definition of “theatre” gets stretched. That’s what Sara Bynoe’s doing…I gut laughed the whole evening. So did the rest of the audience. It was a full house. It always is.” – TJ Dawe
A few months ago, local author and all around delightful woman, Chelsea Rooney wrote this lovely tweet/ endorsement of Teen Angst Night. It warmed my heart to have her share her thoughts and feelings about a show I adore with all my soul – a show that will not die, because it’s just so much fun and people keep showing up for it.
The next Teen Angst Night tomorrow! Wednesday, March 14 at the Cottage Bistro. Show starts promptly at 8 PM and will finish before 10 PM. Tickets are $10 at the door – partial proceeds go to charity.
Don’t sleep on it anymore!
I had such a great time performing at The Chair Series last Saturday. I can’t wait to do this show again!
Thanks to John McGie for writing such fun monologues.
Thank you to Stacy Taylor Photography for capturing these moments of my rubber face in action.
It sounds ominous doesn’t it? THE. CHAIR.
It’s pretty simple. There are 8 actors on stage and one chair. The actors take turns sharing a monologue which was written for them by John McGie. There are no props and no costumes. It’s bare bones theatre.
John asked the actors to give him one word and he would write a monologue inspired by that word and the very little (or a lot, as the case may be) he knew about us.
My words were Anticipation and Connection. I have two comedic pieces I’m very excited to share with you. And check out all the other talented actors I get to do a show with! (full bios on the ticket site and facebook event).
Get your tickets soon this place has a limited capacity.
Reason why you should attend: I play a half-goose half-woman in one sketch.
Thursday, February 15
The Rickshaw Theatre
Doors at 7 PM
Advance Tickets $10
Reason why you should attend: Valentine’s day sucks and this will cheer you up.
Reason why you should attend: When was the last time you saw me act? I’m performing two monologues that were written just for me.
Thanks to the Vancouver Courier for this article on my upcoming Teen Angst Night at the Fox Cabaret.
Tickets are selling fast. If you want to save money, get yours now. Tickets on sale at Eventbrite until midnight Thursday. If you want to buy on Friday, it’s $15 at the door. A % of all ticket sales goes to CLICK which funds programs for Vancouver’s inner city kids.
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