Knickerbocker Write Club – November 28th, 2011

Knickerbocker Write Club Poster - 2011-11-28

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We are looking for artists, satirists, playwrights, poets, actresses, short story writers, actors, novelists, extemporaneous creators, instrumental musicians, comedians, audience members, and anyone else who loves creativity!

The November Write Club

Knickerbocker.
Monday, November 28th.
7PM.


Write Club Performances

Mr. Clean the Slide Ruler Antiseptic Man

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Holiday Games MP3 | OGG

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Suessicide MP3 | OGG

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Join us in the creation at 7PM.
The show starts at 9PM.

Assignment: Be open, honest, and write a narrative about your family during the holidays. Bring some writings to perform! Journals. Stories. Texts from classes. Anything that you would like to perform.

Can’t make it? Call our voicemail art project, 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638), to contribute via the phone. We will play your audio contribution on stage (pending audio quality). To be considered for this month’s show, you must call before October 27th. All calls will make it into our 312-DRY-TOFU show.

Think! Found Magazine meets J&C Letters to the Editor. The two of them can’t decide which family to see over the holidays so they invite everyone to their place. Politics, art, and philosophy are discussed. People redden. Feet stomp. Alcohol is consumed. Some leave. Some go to bed. Some stay up into the night learning about each other. The sun rises, another mimosa is poured, and Danny Weiss starts playing a sweet song on his saxophone.