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The Vent storytelling series . . M O N D A Y . . 9/16/13
Stage Werks Theatre
San Francisco, CA
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The Vent storytelling series . . M O N D A Y . . 9/16/13







J E F F   G R E E N W A L D
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"An American Yankee in Khomeini's Court: Watching a Solar Eclipse with 60,000 Iranians"
>  In August of 1999, I was one of just six Americans allowed to enter Iran to witness the total eclipse of the sun. Breaking from my carefully managed tour group, I found myself alone in Isfahan's Ayatollah Khomini Square. What I witnessed there, in the sky and on the ground, transformed my world view.nd himself alone in Isfahan's Ayatollah Khomini Square. What he witnessed there transformed his world view.




M I C I A    M O S E L Y
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"Because freedom is funny"
>  What does it mean to be "free" in the 21stcentury? Can you really "have it all"? Absolutely. Maybe. Sort Of. With careful planning a Black lesbian Gen-Xer embarks on a bicoastal, bi-career adventure in a valiant attempt to avoid a mid-life crisis.





D O U G    C O R D E L L
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"Blood, Sweat and Puppeteers"
>  Doug is a down-and-out playwright with grandiose ideas about art, when he lands what seems like the ultimate cushy gig writing puppet dialogue on a TV show for four-year-olds. How hard can it be? Turns out, those little felt-faced creatures will drive a man over the edge.





J O E   C O L E
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"The Lying Taxi Man Whose Promises Are Ruinous to Suffering Landlady"
>  It's midnight and Lying Taxi Man is desperate to dull the sharpness of Suffering Landlady's tongue. He must pay the $200 past due rent in the morning, but there is scant hope for profit driving cab tonight in the heavy rain.But the storm breaks, a man in a dark suit comes out of the thick fog. He drops a fat roll of cash in Taxi Man's lap. "Take me to the delta and take out $200". When they leave San Francisco, the stranger reveals himself to be a fleeing felon with a violent temper.  Will Taxi Man survive? Will Suffering Landlady ever get her rent?




L E S L I E   B E A M
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"Only 99 More Shopping Days Until Christmas"
>  Deck the halls, jingle bells, welcome baby Jesus! Why is Mom crying in her bloody mary? Find out how too many gifts can be a form of abuse.








. . . . STAGE WERX THEATRE, honored by the Bay Guardian as a  "Best of the Bay", proudly presents The Vent storytelling series where superb comedians, acclaimed writers and "ordinary" people with extraordinary stories do just that. They vent. Though mostly it's the funny sort of venting. And all the stories are true. The theatre can accomodate 70. Arrive early for best seating.

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Stage Werks Theatre (View)
446 Valencia
San Francisco, CA 94103
United States


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Minimum Age: 16

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