I am having a delightful time performing my one-woman show, 185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar… I can’t believe that the run is almost over! When I got online this morning, I was greeted by a lovely message from an audience member who saw the show last night. Here is the message:
“I cannot stop thinking about your show, it’s still talking to me in so many ways. It needs to go viral, more viral than the book of Mormon. 😉 I’m going to promote it to as many people as I can force. Thank you for writing it and sharing it with us.” -Tareq M.
You don’t have to take his word for it, come check it out on your own! …But you only have one chance left!
185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar (with opening act, Amy Sumpter)
Written and performed by Amanda Rountree, directed by Jen Ellison
3110 N. Sheffield Ave.
$12 in advance, $15 at the door Buy Tickets!
Thursday, March 28 at 8pm
185 Buddhas Walk into a Bar
The art of improvisation creates stories from thin air, making the unseen seen. For Amanda Rountree, this is not just an artform, but a way of life — one that includes unexpected twists and turns — leading, if not to mastery, to enlightenment. Written and performed by Amanda Rountree, and directed by Jen Ellison, this show follows the artist on her path with all of the funny and touching moments along the way.