The weekend full of theatric fun.

The weekend full of theatric fun. David Sedaris is in the Pacific Northwest and it’s the last weekend of Carlotta and the Curse of Wolf Manor – get your Slaw on!

Friday, 11/3, Saturday, 11/4: Carlotta and the Curse of Wolf Manor {Theatre Off Jackson}
There’s only one day left (it ends November 4) for you to get yourself to the pre-Wing Ding pre-Wing Ding scripted musical called Carlotta and the Curse of Wolf Manor, now playing at the Theatre Off Jackson. If you spent your childhood years in middle or southern America, this performance is less like theatre and more like a family reunion (well, at least all of the good things about a family reunion). You’ll laugh, you’ll point and laugh and you’ll laugh some more. Even imaginary film and theater editor embracey says you should go.

Saturday, 11/4: Road Trip to Bellingham! David Sedaris {Western Washington University Performing Arts Center}
David Sedaris – he’s more than just another gay man we’ve fallen in love with during our lives. He has it all — he’s an author, a comic, a man transforming dysfunction into a positive attribute, and it isn’t improbable to believe he has Stephin Merritt’s home phone number (can you imagine the conversations they have?). David’s dry delivery of unusual nightmarish childhood events is second to none. After all, who hasn’t cited “Me Talk Pretty One Day” in a personal ad (hoping to snag a significant other who can commiserate about something as traumatic as a family meltdown over mashed potatoes). He’s one of the funniest speakers you’ll experience in your lifetime and seeing him in an intimate university setting will surely bring out the material not appropriate for his usual Paramount setting. Now, dear fun loving, roadtrip adventurous reader, driving 1.5 hours north to see Mr. Sedaris perform doesn’t seem like a stretch, does it?

Yours in rock,
dana, liz, char

High Rotation:
Islands {11/6 at the Croc}
Stars of Track and Field
Suburban Kids with Biblical Names

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(Three Imaginary Girls is a Seattle-based website that showcases the great music of the Northwest to music lovers worldwide. We post a Seattle live show calendar to help you fill your day-planner with loads of great shows as well as album and film reviews.)

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