Takin’ My Monkeys to Louisville

My monkeys and I have loved performing in every city so far, but we’re particularly excited about our Louisville performance next month.  They’ve never been, but they’ve already heard me talking so much about it (they’re very good listeners, after all), that they’ve gotten pretty enthusiastic themselves.

I might have to drag them to some of my favorite restaurants in the city and maybe even around to some of my favorite spots.  But we’ll see how they behave.  Traveling with monkeys can be a bit of an adventure.  Mostly because they refuse to not go naked.  But also because people look at me funny when I talk to them.  Um, on second thought, maybe I’ll just keep them in their suitcase and save our dialoguing for the show.

Speaking of which, tickets are on sale now!  Hope you can make it!

Here’s everything you need to know.

The Good, The Bad, and The Monkey
Singlehood, Dating, and the Search for Something Real

in conjunction with the Bunbury Theatre
Amanda Rountree takes a hilarious–and at times, heartbreaking–look at the cycles of relationships and the myths that we tell ourselves about finding a soul mate…..using sock monkeys.

Written and Performed by Amanda Rountree
Directed by Jen Ellison

The Bunbury Theater
604 S. 3rd Street
Louisville, KY

Saturday, August 14, 8pm

Tickets are $12

Tickets are available at the door (cash or check only) or on Bunbury’s website (credit card). There is a $1.50 processing fee for tickets bought online.

If you’d like to make reservations, but don’t wish to pay with credit card, please email bunburytheatrereservations@gmail.com and make sure to pick up your tickets at least 15 minutes prior to the performance, or they will be released.


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