Presented By Wrong Brain
Tickets at the Door. Doors open at 6pm and Show at 7pm
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MORE INFO BELOW!!
Stop the presses! Bread and Puppet reached out to your ol’ pals at Wrong Brain and said “How do ya fancy hosting us a lil performance” and we said “yah, sounds good”. We reached out to our ever gracious pals at the Millspace and we’re really excited to get to see your smiling faces again!
To keep things simple for our small team of volunteers, we are currently doing tickets at the door. Cash is preferred so that we’re able to keep our lines moving faster, but we will be able to accept cards.
Doors are at 6:00pm as we will need to make sure that everyone is masked and will give us adequate time to check vax card or PCR results. We recommend showing up early if you want a good seat!
Prices are a suggested $10-$25 a person, but as always, folks will not be turned away for lack of funds! We all deserve community and access to art!
We only ask that ours guests provide proof of vaccination, or can display a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to the start of the show prior to entering the venue. We are also requesting that our guests will be wearing masks while they are within the Millspace. Let’s keep each other safe!
They will be performing their new show “Finished Waiting”.
Here’s an excerpt that you can read about it:
Finished Waiting is a show for this moment of political, social, ecological and epidemiological rupture and uncertainty, a moment in which many feel the seduction of a stance of waiting: waiting for the pandemic to be over, for better leaders to be elected, for actions to be taken by the powerful to respond to ecological catastrophe, for families to be reunited or seemingly eternal wars to end.
What do we do and where do we go when we’re finished waiting? What transformations might be possible in our lives and in our politics if we stopped waiting for them to change, or for others to change first? How is it possible to recognize the moment in which we can set waiting aside and set out toward something – and, as importantly, how can we recognize the moment in which we can, at last, lay aside cherished innocences or bootless hopes, see what is for what it is, and act accordingly? How can it become possible for us to arise together and promote the arising of new worlds of collective possibility through collective uprising?
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