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JUDITH BLACK features at Dec 5,AMAZING OPEN COMEDY MIQUE SHOW IN FRAMINGHAM

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JUDITH BLACK features at Dec 5,AMAZING OPEN COMEDY MIQUE SHOW IN FRAMINGHAM

Time: December 5, 2012 from 7:30pm to 10pm
Location: Amazing Things Arts Center 160 Hollis St.Framigham
Website or Map: http://www.amazingthings.org
Phone: 508 405 2787
Event Type: comedic, storytelling, and, more
Organized By: David R. Hornfischer
Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2012

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Judith Black features in a night of PG 13 comedy $6 at door

ENJOY A AMAZING NIGHT OF COMDIC STORYTELLING WITH JUDITH BLACK. SHE IS SIMPLY ONE OF THE BEST, AND FUNNIEST.

Judith's stories include explorations into the mythic and dissections of the minuscule, with traditional and original material available for all age groupings. Well known for stories sculpted from her own observed life, subjects such as patient (or the attempt at it) parenting, disasters in dating land, and even helping elders through their last journey, are no strangers to her repertoire.

As a post feminist, vegetarian, pacifist, her son's path through the ranks of football playing and into the US Marines has been the source of much comedy and a template for human growth and development. One of these tales appears in the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, and many of them are on her recordings. These all can be found both in her adult repertoire and stories for children and families.

As of November 15 miquer signups include comics Ed Alley, Mike Newwire, James Creelman, storytellers Helena Leet Pellegrini and Brendyn Schneider and Malik the Magic guy.
THOSE INTERESTED IN A PRESCHEDULED 5 MINUTE MIQUER SLOT SHOULD CONTACT HOST DAVE HORNFISCHER @daverh@rcn.com

Watch for MORE miquer updates as they are scheduled!

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