the living art of storytelling in Massachusetts
Storytelling + Comedy Improv = "Armando"
Saturday March 21st at 10 pm
A collaboration of Improv Jones Boston and Massmouth
at The Riot Theater
146A South Street, Jamaica Plain
Storytellers: Michael Anderson, H.R. Britton, Wes Hazard and Liz Martin
5 blocks from Forest Hills T stop, or take the #39 Bus, or on street parking.
Tix: "98percent" athttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/improv-jones-boston-tickets-13490369057 for $5 tickets.
MICHAEL ANDERSON is a First Amendment lawyer who talks to audiences in ways they don’t allow in federal court. Next to his wife and son, he loves the essays of George Orwell, the Queen’s Gambit attack in chess, and the first two Clash albums. "There’s no such thing as free speech if you don’t use it!"
A Midwesterner, H.R. BRITTON has been performing and teaching on the East Coast since 1999. He loves doing full length solo shows either based on his life ("Jesus Rant" and "Melting in Madras") or based on classic literature (Gogol's "Nose" and "Legend of Sleepy Hollow.")
When not telling silly or off-color stories, LIZ MARTIN is using storytelling to educate people about police brutality in Brazil. www.dontkill4me.org
In 2013, New England native WES HAZARD was named as one of “5 Boston Comedians to Watch” by The Boston Globe Magazine. A writer and storyteller as well as comedian, Hazard brings wit, energy and honesty to the stage.