October’s Solo Sunday – the 25th


Hey everyone – once again, as a monthly treat for our readers and everyone in the Synchronized Chaos family, my colleague Bruce Pachtman offers free tickets to October’s San Francisco solo spoken word productions.

I’ve seen some of these performances before…spectacular stage presence and a wonderful ability to communicate with, educate, and build rapport with the audience, all while making everyone laugh, cry, and smile.
You may either simply show up and say you’re with Synchronized Chaos Magazine at the door and get in free with a promotional media ticket – or go ahead and buy your $10 ticket to support emerging artists and the defiant resurgence of culture despite the faltering economy.
Going beyond stand-up and storytelling, solo performance creates casts of thousands – plus special effects – all bursting from one person. The results are hilarious and heartbreaking, passionate and provocative, ablaze with the personal vision of one very compelling actor/writer.
Solo Sundays, S.F.’s premier monthly solo theater showcase, presents select samplings of veteran virtuosos and top emerging talent in the intimate 50-seat StageWerx theater, a block from Union Square
Please reserve your seats in advance to make sure there will be enough space for everyone.

Anyone who’s 100% certain they will attend just needs to copy and paste these four items into an e-mail:
1. Solo Sundays – Oct 25 at 7:00 (please say you are with/heard about this in Synchronized Chaos Magazine!)
2. StageWerx Theatre  533 Sutter (nr. Powell)
3. Your FIRST and LAST name
4. Whether you would like one or two tickets (additional tickets are $5 each.)
And send it to brupach@gmail.com. We’ll respond to all requests for tickets.

·      Vanessa Lee Khaleel’s “The Rooster” finds one woman queasily confronting pregnancy and childbirth’s freakier physical effects.
·       In “Cracked Clown,” David A. Moss portrays a Shakespearean actor trying to silence his bickering inner demons via comedy, but voices from his painful past remain.

·      Julia Jackson’s “I Didn’t Sign Up For This” rides modern adoption’s emotional roller coaster with a birth mother speaking to her unborn daughter while her own fed-up mom rages over beers and American Idol.

Solo Sundays
Sunday, October 25 at 7:00
StageWerx Theatre
533 Sutter St. (nr. Powell)
(near Powell and Montgomery BART stations.)