Trampoline Hall Lectures: 'The Chairs are Where the People Go'
Should neighborhoods change? How often should you see your parents? Why does a computer last only three years? Is monogamy a trick? Why isn't making the city more fun for you and your friends a super-noble political goal? What can spam tell us about the world? These profound questions about life are explored by Misha Glouberman and Sheila Heti both in their new book, The Chairs Are Where the People Go, and live on stage at Town Hall in the Seattle debut of their popular Toronto-based Trampoline Hall lecture series. Three local personalities, including Seattle indie-pop maven Chris Estey (Three Imaginary Girls), join Glouberman and Heti to talk about subjects on which they are not professionally expert. Trampoline Hall has played to sold out audiences in Toronto for the last ten years and has played numerous shows in New York and San Francisco.
Town Hall Seattle
1119 8th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
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