Monday, September 13, 2010

MON 9/13: Drink/Laugh/Listen

Just thought I'd throw this up. I think I can update the calendar later tonight.


Orfeo Group, "Sam, Sara, Etc.": Reading & Workshop
at Mr. Dooley's, 77 Broad St, Boston (Financial District)
FREE / 21+

Are you going to be drinking Downtown tonight and rather listen to other people than your companions?

Instead of the Orfeo Group meeting at someone's place for a reading and discussion, they're inviting anyone who wants to listen to the 7 (or so) of them during their creative process.

Not much out there on the web about tonight, but Orfeo sent me an email that included a description of Brian Arundel's play, "Sam, Sara, Etc.":

Sam is a thirty-something owner of a coffee shop facing an early mid-life crisis after being left by his wife. Retreating to the safety and comfort of his family's house, he finds himself thrown into the middle of his father's latest get-rich plan: a contest in which the winning family becomes the subject of a television documentary.

Sam, Sara, Etc. is an intelligent comedy that examines our relationship to others as well as our sense of self, and suggests that our evolution -- both individual and cultural -- will depend in large part on the extent of our own insight and compassion.
If you like theatre and booze, this is should be a good time and cheaper than "Cabaret" at Club Oberon...

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