STIFF is the hit fast-paced comedy about moving slow that has been an award-winning audience favorite at festivals, conferences, and theatres across the country. Sherry Jo Ward was suddenly facing a potentially career-ending diagnosis with a super rare neuromuscular disease. Instead, she turned it into an autobiographical show that demonstrates her resilience, and her “sick” sense of humor. It’s a unique hour of theatre that promises to stay with you.
7:00pm (doors at 6:00)
Bryant Lake Bowl Theater
810 W. Lake St.
Tickets: $15/ $12 in advance
Story Club is a non-fiction, autobiographical storytelling show that combines the spontaneity of an open mic with the experience of live theater. Our evening features both audience members (some stepping up to the microphone for the first time ever) and curated performers from all over the Twin Cities arts scene and beyond. We love new […]
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