Naked Girls Reading Presents Our Funny Bone
We want to tickle your fancy and your funny bone! Join us as the Naked Girls read their favorite memoirs, tales and funny stories by the world's most memorable jokesters! Cherokee Rose is delighted to join Gigi Holliday, Cherie Sweetbottom, Alice Darling and Special Guest Claire Voltaire from Portland, Oregon, for Naked Girls Reading Presents: Our Funny Bone.
You loved it last year and now it's back! Our second annual "So You Want to be a Naked Girl!" competition returns in August 8, 2014! This unique performance is an audience-based competition for a coveted spot as a guest reader with the Naked Girls on September 20, 2014. If you're ready to give it your all while showing your all, please send an email with your name, the title and author of your piece, and a brief synopsis of your 2- 3 minute reading to nakedgirlsreadingDC@yahoo.com. Entries will be accepted from now until 11:59 p.m. EST on August 1, 2014.
Last month we sent shivers of delight down your spine with our second annual Naked Girls Presents: Neil Gaiman show, which featured stories by the award-winning author/geek heart-throb. We're a little more than halfway through the the New Year- make sexiness your resolution and let Naked Girls Reading help you.
*Seating is limited so presale tickets are suggested. Concessions with adult libations will be available at intermissions. DCAC is a cash only venue.*
For more information on this monthly show Like us at www.facebook.com/DC.NGR . For more information on the Naked Girl Reading Phenomena check out www.nakedgirlsreading.com/
What the press is saying:
"Appropriately racy" Entertainment Weekly
"What did you get up to last Friday night? If you answered anything other than "went to Naked Girls Reading," you lose." NBC New York
"The best thing to happen to books since they were put on tape." Carson Daly, Last Call with Carson Daly
DCAC - DC Arts Center (View)
2438 18th St NW
Washington, DC 20009
|Minimum Age: 18|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|