Cat’s Out of the Bag
    Details April 8
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    Cat's Out of the Bag:
    Stories about slips of the tongue, spilling the beans, and gossip

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    Town Danceboutique

    Doors 6:30PM / Show 8:00PM Add to Calendar

    Named the “gold standard” in storytelling by the Washington Post, voted one of the top 3 open mics in DC by the Washington City Paper, and nominated for the 2012 DC Mayor's Arts Awards for Innovation in the Arts, SpeakeasyDC is one of the most well-known and respected storytelling organizations in the country. Our monthly stoytelling series -- our first program -- has been taking place on the 2nd Tuesday of every month in Washington, DC since 1997. Over the years, we've added tons of other shows and events, but our monthly show remains SpeakeasyDC's backbone. Tonight's show, like all of our shows, will feature a mix of eight to ten first-timer storytellers and regulars, who will take the stage to share their twist on the night's theme. And if you have a story to tell on this theme, pitch it to us! If you're story is selected, you'll have a rehearsal and the support of our most senior coach, Stephanie Garibaldi. 

    *Note* - seating is first-come-first-served. Arriving before 7:15 increases your chances of getting a seat. You may bring food in, but no outside beverages. We often have the DC BBQ Bus parked out front.

    Tuesday April 8th, 2014 Doors 6:30PM / Show 8:00PM
    • 6:30 - 8:00 pm

      Pre-Show Schmoozing

      Find seats (first come-first served, seating is limited), grab a drink, catch up with friends and meet new ones, bring food in or purchase it at the food truck usually parked out front (food is permitted, but no outside drinks). Cash machine by the door.

    • 8:00 - 9:00

      First Half of Show

      Five storytellers perform their take on the night's theme with a 7-8 minute true story.

    • 9:00 - 9:15

      Intermission

      Get your intermission drink special (announced before the break).

    • 9:15 - 10:00

      Second Half of Show

      Sit tight because there are always four to five more storytellers after the break.

    • 10 - ?

      After-Party

      Sometimes we coordinate an after-party and all are welcome. If something's going on, we'll announce where we are going from the stage before the end of the show.

    • Where

      Town Danceboutique
      Town Danceboutique 20009 8th St, NW `Washington, DC 2000
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