See me at The Plagiarists' Year X Salon - Rip it up

See me at The Plagiarists' Year X Salon - Rip it up
Image by Elissa Shortridge Jacobsen

“The problem with writing an autobiography is it’s hard to know how it’s supposed to end.” So begins an autobiographical performance piece that I am working on for The Plagiarists Theatre Company’s upcoming salon. An artists’ salon is an opportunity for a group of individuals to share work that has been developed independently inspired by a single theme. They are evenings full of eclectic entertainment in a casual setting. I’ve had the pleasure to participate in several salons with The Plagiarists before, and I am always captivated by the many variations on the theme that get presented: songs, essays, short plays, fiction, and the indescribable. This salon’s theme is “Rip It Up.”

Oh, and did I mention this is a FREE event?

Performances are Monday, November 20th and Tuesday, November 21st at MATILDA-babyATLAS, 3101 N. Sheffield Ave, Chicago. Social hour begins at 7 PM, and the performances begin at 8 PM. And, yes, admission is free!

The salon is curated by Sara Jean McCarthy and will feature work from the following artists:

Bryan Breau
Brad Brubaker
Christina Casano
Nathan Cotter
Kim Z. Dale (Hey! That’s me!)
Linda Dennison
Mari DeOleo
Nick Freed
Elizabeth Gomez
Kate Healy
Rasell Holt
Jackie Jasperson Klindera
Onicia D L Muller
Emily Nikfar
Gregory Peters
Christopher Piatt
RC Riley
Jessica Saxvik
Jack Tamburri
Eileen Tull
Mary Cait Walthall

Come join us. Grab a drink and some food and enjoy an unique evening of entertainment. More information about the event can be found in Facebook event or on The Plagiarists website. I hope to see you there.

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