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Feb
10
Fri
CRABBY CABARET Presents: Love & Hate – A “not so” Happy Valentine’s Show @ The Bijou Theatre
Feb 10 @ 8:00 PM

Ages 18+

The Crabby Crew is back with another night of fun, laughs and good times. Advance tickets recommended. Advisory: Not for the kiddies.

The Crabby cast is back at it again for their 2nd performance! This time, addressing one of the most iconically controversial holidays of the year – Valentine’s Day! We’re not anti-love, we just know it gets complicated. And what better way to celebrate your conflicting love-lorn emotions than to watch your local brethren share their thoughts on the subject, through the magic of song and dance. Come on down to the Bijou Theatre for The Crabby Cabaret presents: A *not so* Happy Valentine’s Day Show on Friday, February 10, 2023 @ 8:00PM. Featuring an evening of laughs, uncomfortable feelings, and downright sassy fun. Starring an eclectic group of local vocalists, musicians, and performers! Our mission continues to be the inspiration of the arts, and to showcase the untapped resources that are in our local community. We hope that our show will inspire someone to pursue their dreams, even if they are small steps to a larger goal of realizing their full potential! Full bar and concessions available for purchase. Free street parking is available.

$15 ADVANCE TICKETS

$20 AT THE DOOR

Directed By: Sarah Jean Beirne

Assistant Director: Jason A. Coombs

Musically Directed By: Laura Merrick & Larry Bamundo

Produced By: Suzanne Kachmar (City Lights Gallery) & Sarah Jean Beirne

Hosted By: Jason A. Coombs

Featuring: Cathy Szabo, Cierra Jordan, Larry Bamundo, Luis Cotto, Jason Maur, Rory O’Neill, Sarah Jean Beirne, Victor Avellino, Wendy Scola.

 

CRABBY CABARET Presents: Love & Hate - A “not so” Happy Valentine’s Show

Mar
2
Thu
Bridgeport Art Trail Storytelling Exchange – Zoom @ Zoom
Mar 2 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

“The BAT” Hosted by Nina Lesiga

The Bridgeport Art Trail Storytelling Exchange

First Thursday of the Month from 7 – 9 PM

on Zoom | Free |Registration Link

WHY STORYTELLING AND THE BAT?

Besides the obvious acronym, bats have a highly sophisticated form of communication. They emit sound waves that are reflected back to them through a process named echolocation.

Storytelling can be considered a form of echolocation – we share our stories and learn about ourselves and others through the “echo” of telling, listening and discussing stories and receiving feedback.

Storytelling is a great wintertime activity that’s fun! Try your hand at expressing yourself through the oral tradition of storytelling. Receive help if you wish or just come to listen to the stories of others. Gain insights about the story creating process and how it brings positive energy to the “Zoom Room.” Zoom link posted above.

Hosted by the popular Bridgeport Art Trail storyteller, Nina Lesiga.

Apr
6
Thu
Bridgeport Art Trail Storytelling Exchange – Zoom @ Zoom
Apr 6 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

“The BAT” Hosted by Nina Lesiga

The Bridgeport Art Trail Storytelling Exchange

First Thursday of the Month from 7 – 9 PM

on Zoom | Free |Registration Link

WHY STORYTELLING AND THE BAT?

Besides the obvious acronym, bats have a highly sophisticated form of communication. They emit sound waves that are reflected back to them through a process named echolocation.

Storytelling can be considered a form of echolocation – we share our stories and learn about ourselves and others through the “echo” of telling, listening and discussing stories and receiving feedback.

Storytelling is a great wintertime activity that’s fun! Try your hand at expressing yourself through the oral tradition of storytelling. Receive help if you wish or just come to listen to the stories of others. Gain insights about the story creating process and how it brings positive energy to the “Zoom Room.” Zoom link posted above.

Hosted by the popular Bridgeport Art Trail storyteller, Nina Lesiga.

May
4
Thu
Bridgeport Art Trail Storytelling Exchange – Zoom @ Zoom
May 4 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

“The BAT” Hosted by Nina Lesiga

The Bridgeport Art Trail Storytelling Exchange

First Thursday of the Month from 7 – 9 PM

on Zoom | Free |Registration Link

WHY STORYTELLING AND THE BAT?

Besides the obvious acronym, bats have a highly sophisticated form of communication. They emit sound waves that are reflected back to them through a process named echolocation.

Storytelling can be considered a form of echolocation – we share our stories and learn about ourselves and others through the “echo” of telling, listening and discussing stories and receiving feedback.

Storytelling is a great wintertime activity that’s fun! Try your hand at expressing yourself through the oral tradition of storytelling. Receive help if you wish or just come to listen to the stories of others. Gain insights about the story creating process and how it brings positive energy to the “Zoom Room.” Zoom link posted above.

Hosted by the popular Bridgeport Art Trail storyteller, Nina Lesiga.