See me at The Plagiarists’ Year X Salon – Rip it up

“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.

RELATED POST: I presented Merlot night, remembering a friend at a previous Plagiarists’ salon for which the theme was “Legacy: What will you leave behind?”

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