SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17TH!!
Dignity Battle 4 it Open Mic Rap Battles!
You can sing up on the Dignity Group Page, OR you can sign up at the door by 730pm.
Be prepared to battle ANYONE!!
SO BRING YA ASSES!!
STEVE'S SPORTS BAR
3524 W. North Ave
Doors open @ 7pm
Sign-ups till 730pm
Battles start @ 8pm
Dignity Battle 4 it Is a Rap Battle event held monthly to help up and coming battlers, condition themselves to help them grow. Dignity will invite league owners and other Battlers, to give Battlers POSITIVE, and constructive criticism.
SUNDAY FEBRUARY 17TH!!
The resolution game has begun and you're already over it! So are we. Let’s talk about how the heck you stay on the self improvement train without hating yourself. And, you know, also while stomping the patriarchy.
Elizabeth Gomez and Adrienne Gunn, Fat Heauxs
Andi Nelson, Nutrition Educator (not dietician)
Dani Jackson, Backside Stories
Lily Be, Storyteller and Woman with a Body
It's been TWO years of Las Locas Comedy!!
Saturday February 16th, 2019
Doors 7:30pm/Show 8pm
@Little Olive in Wicker Park
We're ready to celebrate an amazing TWO YEARS of Las Locas Comedy! Come on out and enjoy a hilarious evening of Latina/Latinx comedians - and our favorite honorary locas!
Janice V. Rodriguez (Las Locas Comedy)
Tanya Hollywood (Vice City podcast)
Carly Ballerini (Jam TV)
Lily Be (The Stoop)
Bex J Brown(Salonathon)
Gwen La Roka (The Gwen La Roka Show)
Show is in basement and can only be accessed via stairs. Full bar available. All guests are asked to drink responsibly. No talking allowed during the performance. Seating is limited and first come first serve so please arrive early.
**$10 SUGGESTED DONATION AT DOOR** Please reserve a ticket only if you are coming! Also if your plans change, we kindly ask that you release your RSVP here on Eventbrite.
For more info about Las Locas Comedy please visit laslocascomedy.com and follow us on Facebook at Las Locas Comedy and on Instagram/Twitter @laslocascomedy
Sharing a story about love and self love.
It's been quite the adventure, and our little baby is in first grade.
Which means that we passed the hump of kindergarten and now we on to more learning, loving, and living.
The Stoop has been one of the greatest things I have ever had the joy of working on. We have featured so many stories, helped so many people, and collaborated with so many amazing organizations.
Join us in celebrating our sixth year of sharing stories and connecting.
Jeremy D. Nichols
and introducing my new co-host Jenny DeLessio-Parson!!!!
COME ON OUT AND SUPPORT truth and vulnerability and Chicagoans making sense of the world through their stories. Enjoy drink slung by the best bartender in all of Chicago, Angel T Sambell at the recently inducted into the Chicago Blues Hall of Fame bar Rosa's Lounge!!!
Come to feel the vibes of legends that have graced the room and stage.
LONG gone are the days of us hosting a 2 and half hour show. Ain't nobody got time for that and we want to get you all home and in bed before the 10pm news.
That is unless you all want to stick around and listen to the blues. Which we totally encourage you to do after the show.
Lil Ed' and his blues pals put on quite the show every Thursday night from 9pm to close.
tickets are $7 at the door and $5 online.
This month we are collecting money for Sean Akins, cancer survivor and performing artist who is doing wonderful things in the world
FREE KICK-OFF EVENT: DISCOUNTED PASSES FOR SALE!
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
The Heartland Event Space
7006 N. Glenwood Ave
Live Lit (n): A fast-growing genre of live performance that involves a microphone, a story and an audience, typically performed in a bar or bookstore.
Chicago’s Live Lit scene is a rapidly-growing community of people who gather to tell and listen to stories. While storytelling as an art form dates back to ancient times, the current evolution of the form has recently exploded in popularity. On any given night in Chicago, you can find a place to listen to stories as an audience member or to test out your work as a writer-performer.
At the Fillet of Solo Kick-Off Night, join Dorothy Milne from Lifeline Theatre for an evening of performance and conversation with Fillet of Solo storytellers. Learn about the form, the history of the festival, and details on Chicago's many storytelling nights from the people who make them happen — all while hearing stories of different styles interspersed throughout.
Discounted Passes: Fillet of Solo Festival Passes will be offered at a special discounted rate of only $25 at the event (regularly $50).
Admission is free, no reservations required. Contact the Lifeline Theatre Box Office, 773.761.4477 for more information.
FINALLY! After almost a year of recording episodes and cutting and editing this show, it is finally going to debut.
Come to see what happens when guests listen to a story and are given no rules about where the conversations take them. Hosted by the creator of The Stoop, Lily Be and presented through the podcast incubator project by The Nerdologues.
Live Recording Guests
The leaves are changing colors, the air is growing chilly — there's no doubt, it's fall in Chicago. We'll help you get in the spirit with some great live lit at Tuesday Funk! Join us on Tuesday, Nov. 6, when we'll feature readings by Lily Be, Chelsea Fiddyment, Alec Nevala-Lee, Tom Haley and Britt Julious!
As always, admission is free, but you must be 21 to attend. Doors open at 7pm sharp (don't dawdle if you want a seat!) and the show will start at 7:30pm. Please RSVP -- and don't forget to like and follow our page so you get our announcements right in your stream.