Monthly Archives: June 2011

Beer and Cookies IV: The Reckoning– call for awesomenes!!!

Hello World!!!
A call for awesome!

It’s time, oh yes, it’s time, for another Beer and Cookies Cabaret!
it’s about time, eh?

Beer and Cookies IV: the reckoning
Sunday July 24th
At RadioRoom

And we would ever so like to see you there!
Doing a thing! Dancing? Singing? Puppets? Comedy? Poetry? SECRET TALENTS(!)? Telepathy? New works? Fun stuffs that last ten minutes? It’s a variety show! We’re looking for all kinds of things, and people (like you?)!

The Beer and Cookies Cabaret is a special time in a girl or boy’s life.  Much like the videos they’d make you watch that one week in health class.

It should be a fun time!!

Interested?
Drop me a line!!!
email. or on the cellular telephone machine! 360.927.1244

Looking forward
and as always
Stoked as ever!

Eva Suter
the working theatre collective
beer and cookies cabaret
generally around and about

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Bike Noir Opens Tomorrow! A few questions answered

Where does the play/ride meet? WTF Bikes 1114 SE Clay

When? What time? June 23-26. The meet up time is 6:30pm.

What is bike noir? A film noir inspired play in which the audience follows the performers on bicycle to various locations to watch the action unfold.

How much does it cost? Bike Noir is a free event! However, we worked hard and put our own time and dollars into this production. We greatly appreciate any donation to help fund this production and future WTC events.

How long is the ride? Its about 6-7 miles. The show and ride will last about 2 hours.  We will return to our original location at the end.

Is it a difficult ride?  We will ride at a fairly slow pace and have frequent stops to watch the action. We picked a route that we hope will accomodate all levels of riding experience. The ride is mostly flat with one moderate hill going up Main by the Schnitzer. There are a few points to watch out while we are crossing railroad tracks.

What if I get a flat? Tom Daly of WTF bikes will be riding along to help audience members with flats and other mechanical problems.

Is the show family friendly? The show is not intended for young audiences, but the content is appropriate for all ages. Young riders should find a lot of surprises to enjoy along the way.

Other Questions? Feel free to contact the working theatre collective @ theworkingtheatrecollective@gmail.com

We’ll see you on the ride!

Bike Noir After Party! a benefit for the working theatre collective

Join us after the show on June 25 at 9pm for an after party at WTF bikes! (1114 SE Clay, PDX) There will be beer, music, and dancing! We will celebrate our third installment of bicycle theatre and the end of the working theatre collective’s third season. Donations much appreciated!

now the drammy award winning working theatre collective!

congrats to eva for winning best new script for medusa!

see bike noir. wtf bikes 1114 se clay PDX. June 23-26 6:30pm.

thanks to Erin Dees for her awesome graphic design work!

also, just found our final location for bike noir and it’s going to be epic!