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This theater hosts actual works of theater, but it's also home to many of the Horse Trade Theater Group's comedy shows, which include stand-up, sketches, "comedic storytelling," and so much more. Shows vary, but there's at least one a week.
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Open mic for storytellers, poets, and performance artists of all sorts.
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this is a freak show. seriously one of the weirdest mic's i've been to.
it's more like a clique like that other person said, very cliquish and amateur. even the host was young and shallow. obv with daddy issues!! - i couldn't believe the circle of men at least 20yrs older than the host fawning over her - the host try so hard to act like a flirty little girl, even dress like one.
the place was crawling with dirty old men. One old guy in a kilt was professing his love to penny pollack in song. it was so weird and sick. some good performers but few and far between, the whole experience was icky. I
def won't be going back. i don't want to see guys my dad's age falling over themselves over some chick who does nothing but read names on a list and act flirty. obv there is a core crowd who feed it but this is just one of those incestuous places and things it the best because they don't go anywhere else.
I found this open mic to be very cliquish, very young, and very amateur. The host is ridiculously unprofessional, loose and uneven and rules over the mic like captain of the cheerleading squad. Yes there is a bucket, but it is not random. The host sifts around, calling out people she knows first. If you are new, expect to be on the reserve list. If you are a professional looking for a cool mic to network and find a peer audience -- look elsewhere.
Event Review: Pennys Open Mic
It costs $3 to get in, and I go sometimes.
People sing & play instruments & perform poetry. They do puppet shows, dance, tell jokes, talk politics, rap, act scenes from plays, performance art w/fruits and vegetables, & share their feelings. You can do anything pretty much, even pantomime.
People put their name in a champagne bucket starting at 9pm, and the show is supposed to start at 9:30 or so, but it's usually a bit later.
I have seen some things at Penny's Open Mic.
A woman sang a lullaby for the lost children of her enemies; a soldier talked about the war.
A young man sang an indescribably beautiful O Holy Night; a woman danced on the wall.
People take flight at Penny's; in spirit & word & body.
It's a place of warmth and light in a city often dark and indifferent.
When you least expect it, you'll find yourself amazed.
Not only by the voice & spirit of others, but by your own as well.
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