Thursday, May 7, 2015
Rival. Thwarter. Jack-wagon. Jerk. You can call your nemesis any nasty name you want, but inevitably you are the one who is changed by your engagement with the enemy.
Sometimes a foe’s challenge can inspire your heroism. But facing our nemeses can also mean sinking to their level–you fight dirty with more dirty. Sometimes you champion the common good. And sometimes you write snarky notes to the guy who steals your sandwiches from the company fridge.
Come hear stories of how we deal with backstabbers, debasers, and straight-up haters. And find out how we’re forever altered–or compromised–in the process.
Storytellers: Poet, Songwriter, Journalist, and Pima CC Writing Faculty, Maggie Golston; UA Filmmaker and Pathological Explorer, Rob Gonzalez; Pediatrician, Tracey Kurtzman; Mother and Feminist Rabble-Rouser, Tamara Sargus; Writer, Belly Dancer, and Pima CC Writing Faculty, Brooke Anderson; Food Critic, Small Business Owner, and Pima CC Writing Faculty, April Burge!
For storyteller bios, visit our website.
This show is curated by Three-Time NYC Moth Slam Champion, Molly McCloy.