Check out what these G.L.O.C.s are up to this week:
The How I Learned Series presents: HOW I LEARNED TO FIGHT BACK!
March 23rd, 8pm (Doors open at 7pm)
Happy Ending, 302 Broome Street, NYC
Tuff turf. This month’s How I Learned offers stories of revenge, guts, balls, superheroism, or just plain sticking up for oneself or someone else’s self. (Also, maybe a rumble with full-on knife fighting and snappy choreography.) Lock and load, bitches!
Created, Produced and Hosted by Blaise Allysen Kearsley
With Bob Powers, Cynthia Kaplan, Joanne Solomon and Jami Attenberg
Sideshow Goshko Storytelling Series
March 24th, 7pm
KGB Bar, 85 E. 4th Street, NYC
Award-winning storyteller Leslie Goshko invites some of NY’s top writers and storytellers to share true, bizarre tales about their lives. There’s live accordion music, a challenging trivia game, and a free wine giveaway where one lucky audience member will walk away with their very own bottle of Sideshow Sauce!
Hosted by Leslie Goshko
Music by Dr. Michelle Leona-Godin
with Giulia Rozzi, Peter Aguero, and David Dickerson
Welcome to Camp
March 24th, 8pm
UCB Theater, 307 W. 26th St, NYC
$5 (Paired with Baggage)
Welcome to Camp, GUYS!!!! This is the first day of overnight camp and you are going to love it. Camp is the most amazing place in the world, and you will fit in right away. You’ll be in Bunk Radcliffe this Summer–THE BEST BUNK IN CAMP! I hope you packed your flashlights, your mixtapes, your softball gloves and your imaginations, because the Summer of 2011 will surely go down in the books!
Written and Performed by Abbi Jacobson
Directed by Matt Mayer
The Hot Box
March 25th, 10pm
Brooklyn Fire Proof, 119 Ingraham Street, Brooklyn
The Hotbox brings top shelf stand up/improv/sketch comedy to the depths of Brooklyn for the low low price of FREE. Come for the comedy, stay for the dance party!
Hosted by Doppelganger & Boat
Music by DJ John Swan
With Sheng Wang, Calise Hawkins and 4Track
1,001 Nights: Growth
March 26th, 7pm
The Creek & The Cave, 10-93 Jackson Ave, Queens
Your hosts aren’t perfect, contrary to popular belief, but they believe there’s always some …room for growth, whether it be change in the form of a deep personal epiphany, or maybe just a tiny change in feng shui by moving that couch. Join our dynamic hosts Eugene Ashton-Gonzalez and Ted McAdams as they cultivate a show that’s been growing (in popularity) and changing (in format – to include musical acts in addition to veteran storytellers and newcomers to the craft).
Hosted by Eugene Ashton-Gonzalez & Ted McAdams
With Monica Buccini, Ariel Karlin, Christian Polanco and musical guest Dan Costello