Friday, December 10, 2004

At long last, have you no sense of shame? (subtitle: Come to this show I'm doing, yo)

Buy tickets here for the Heeb storytelling thing on 12/22!

And then honk if you heart Heebs.

-- Musical Version of Acclaimed Series Returns to Joe's Pub --

Heeb Magazineπs storytelling series returns to Joe's Pub for a night of off-the-wall entertainment on Wednesday, Dec. 22 at 7 pm. Part cabaret, part Catskills, the series pushes the very notion of a "Jewish story" to the brink. The evening will be hosted by Saturday Night Live writing duo Slovin & Allen, and feature musical stories by singer/songwriter Jill Sobule ("I Kissed a Girl") and literary-rock band One Ring Zero; plus spoken stories by Peter Hyman (author of The Reluctant Metrosexual), Michael Portnoy (aka "Soybomb" who rushed Bob Dylan during the 1998 Grammys), Daily Show writer Eric Drysdale, VH1's talking head Bex Schwartz, eclectic musician/writer Dana Kletter, and hilarious creator of, Becky Donohue.

When: Wednesday, December 22, 7-9 p.m. Doors at 6 p.m.
Where: Joe's Pub, next to the Public Theater, 425 Lafayette Street
Cover: $15 (reservations required for table seating)
Reservations: Call the theater: (212) 539-8778 or buy tickets at Telecharge: (212)239-6200; or go to Joe's Pub.

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