Previously Secret Information 10/16/11
IMPORTANT NOTE: PSI NOW OCCURS AT 446 VALENCIA, NR. 16TH.
(which is the new home of Stage Werx Theatre)
SF WEEKLY'S BEST NEW STORYTELLING SERIES - 2011
Previously Secret Information
is a modern American storytelling show for grown ups. Somewhere between the most hilarious stand-up comedy and the most revealing solo performance is the art of telling a great story. Each performer draws you in with a simple vivid narrative without Hollywood's special effects. Honest, thoughtful and cathartically funny, these storytellers hold nothing back. With universal themes and a personal approach, each month's show presents the newest breed of comedic storytellers in San Francisco.
>>>>>>>>> PAUL MYERS <<<<<<<<<<<
"Ringo, Django & My Dad"
Musician & Author Paul Myers tells the story of how music played an important role in father / son bonding, growing up in Toronto, Canada as a young Beatles fan with an English Django Reinhardt loving father.
>>>>>>>>> RACHEL McDOWELL <<<<<<<<<<<
"Panic in Paranormal Placerville"
The town of Placerville, CA was established during the Gold Rush in 1848 and rumor has it a lot of its original inhabitants decided to stick around. Rachel McDowell, a touring San Francisco Comedian, and self proclaimed scaredy cat, spent one very long and terrifying night in Placerville's most haunted Hotel to perform at a comedy show in its most haunted restaurant proving to be her most haunted evening ever.
>>>>>>>>> JOE KLOCEK <<<<<<<<<<<
"To Love and Lose In L.A."
In 2004, seasoned stand-up comedian Joe Klocek finally did something he'd put off for years and years. He move to LA. Fortunately, his girlfriend--the love of his life--was thrilled to join him. Six months later, she cheated on him and he had no work, leaving him broken-hearted and flat broke. One problem, they still had to live in the same apartment till Joe could escape.
>>>>>>>> RACHEL SWAN <<<<<<<<<<<<
"I'm a Closet Heterosexual"
When she entered UC Berkeley, Rachel decided to become a lesbian because it seemed political and cool. What followed were three sexless, dateless years of Ani DiFranco concerts, Judith Butler papers, and finally - her first closet heterosexual relationship.
446 Valencia St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|