As many of you know, I will be appearing at the National Theatre in Washington, DC on February 2 as part of their "Monday Night at the National" series. I will be performing my one-woman show called "Trivial Broadway," a combination Broadway Revue and audience participation trivia quiz show. Admission is free and on a first-come first-served basis. Shows are at 6:00 and 7:30.
It would be lovely if some of you folks could come out and support me. There is very little publicity done for the shows in this series, and word-of-mouth is our best hope of drumming up an audience -- especially if we want one which isn't armed with rotten fruit! (*grin*) If you work in or around DC, or are planning to be in the area on Monday, February 2, please consider coming to the show. It's lots of fun, and I would welcome the moral support. (To my bardic friends, this show isn't period, but as a 21st century bard as well as a 16th century one, I would welcome your support of my art.)
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(By the way, for those in the SCA, you might also want to check out the show preceding mine on January 26 -- an evening of 16th century a capella music by the group called Larksong.)