1610 14th St, NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20009


“A pep rally for the word ‘mother f***r’” is how storyteller Robyn Holley describes her experience at a recent Motley Crüe concert. To hear that story, plus Reuben Jackson’s story about his youthful infatuation with the voice of Marvin Gaye, or Meredith Maslich’s sordid tale of stalking a man who had scorned her love, you’ll have to come to SpeakeasyDC’s 06-07 Season Opener on September, 12, 2006. The theme this month is "Intoxication: Stories about Being Swept Away."

In a town with a plethora of poetry nights, comedy open mics, and bookstore readings, SpeakeasyDC is a refreshing change of pace. Uniquely dedicated to the art of a well-told story, SpeakeasyDC has been captivating standing-room-only audiences with its monthly open mic storytelling series since 1998. The 2006-07 themes and schedule can be found at www.speakeasydc.org.

All shows take place on the second Tuesday of every month at HR-57 (1610 14^th St, NW). Doors open at 7 pm for Happy Hour. Show starts at 8 pm. Cover is $5, plus $3 corking fee if you BYOB. Send an email to [email protected] to sign up for open mic.

What: SpeakeasyDC’s Season Opener
Live story performances on the theme: "Intoxication: Stories about Being Swept Away"

When: September 12, 2006
7pm Doors Open for Happy Hour, 8pm Show

Where: HR-57 Center for the Preservation of Jazz and Blues
1610 14^th St, NW 20009

How much: $5 at the door, plus $3 corking fee if you BYOB

Website: www.speakeasydc.org

Official Website: http://www.speakeasydc.org

Added by mhillebrand on August 22, 2006