Do you live in or near Eugene, Oregon? Then you will want to enjoy our free street theater skit tomorrow, Saturday, April 1, 2017. Really!
Below is info about this, including a flyer you can download and a Facebook event page. Since the event is based on street theater in a busy location, we expect mainly an audience from passers-by. But the more the merrier, hope you can be there!
Saturday, April Fool’s Day, April 1, 2017, at 6 pm, at Kesey Square, in downtown Eugene, a little troupe of us will be doing a free street theatre skit, Ghost Buskers 40. For me, I dedicate this to my mom’s memory.
April Fool’s is my favorite fun holiday, the truly universal holiday here on our planet Earth! More info on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1747190835570892/
Or you can download this flyer: ghost-buskers-free-20170401-flyer
Here is more info, spread the word, thanks, see you there:
Free Street Theatre!
April Fools Day, this Saturday, April 1, 2017
6 to 7 pm
Kesey Square, Willamette & Broadway, Eugene, Oregon
This is a peaceful creative street theatre called “Ghost Buskers.” You can just watch, or play along. Will we start a revolution and reach the year 2192, which is seven generations down the line?
The troupe includes activist David Oaks, folk singer David Rogers, performer Dale Kegley, humorist Howard Falk, activists Sue Barnhart, Clay Hurand, and Ian McTeague. And you? Play Ask-It Ball designed by Ken Kesey.
Sponsored by the International Association for the Advancement of Creative Maladjustment. The IAACM is dedicated to peaceful action for social and environmental justice. In this day and age that is revolutionary! Performance in memory of Violet Oaks.
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David, ,I was so impressed by the video of your comedy performance that if possible, I’d like to send a link to my stand-up instructor and mentor in Boston. I’m impressed with the way you took full advantage of your new voice. Your sense of timing, interaction with the audience, local culture, everything was just so well done. Live performance is an awesome way to get our message out there, and keep the passion going. We need to keep doing this! Bravo all the way.
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