It's Halloween month..and what's scarier than hearing the actual inner thoughts of teenagers written in diaries that were never meant to see the light of day?
Check out the bay area's funniest and most outlandish comedic musical experience! Outrageous true diaries, letters and poems all told by the adults who wrote them as teenagers! Now in SF & Oakland!
This month hear:
A young gay male comes out of the closet while actually befriending gay icon Liza Minelli!
A type A teen girl makes a literal 10 day plan to win over a boy
A neurotic jewish boy's guilt about lying to his parents and his journal
A girl's attempts at erotic poetry
All this & More at your comedy/self help escape: Mortified!
MORTIFIED SF- Friday October 11th@ THE DNA LOUNGE –w/ guest house band: The improv comedy/ freestyle rap sensation know as THE FREEZE! - 730 PM- $14 adv, $21 @ door
MORTIFIED OAKLAND- Saturday October 12th@ THE UPTOWN NIGHTCLUB w/ house band, The Acapella nerd Sensation: THE CLEF DIVERS!– 730 PM- $15 adv, $20 @ door
MORE INFO: https://www.getmortified.com
Hailed a "cultural phenomenon" by Newsweek and featured frequently on This American Life, Mortified is a comic excavation of teen angst artifacts (journals, poems, letters, lyrics, home movies, schoolwork) as shared by their original authors - in front of total strangers. As the largest and longest-running project of its kind, our grassroots comedy collective has spent years sifting through hundreds of otherwise forgotten notebooks while paving the way for a strange new brand of entertainment.
After all, where else can you hear grown men and women confront their past with firsthand tales of their first kiss, first puff, worst prom, fights with mom, life at bible camp, worst hand job, best mall job, and reasons they deserved to marry Bon Jovi?
Participants include a wide range of people, from professional performers (comics, celebrities, singers) to total amateurs (architects, ad execs, salesmen) all in the noble pursuit of personal redemption through public humiliation. Share the shame.
WHO LIKE-LIKES MORTIFIED:
"See it!" (Jane Magazine)
"A comic cringe fest!" (Backstage West)
"Some of the juiciest real life tragedies." (TimeOut NY)
"Self-deprecation taken to a whole new level!" (New York Press)
"Never laughed so hard!" (Los Angeles Confidential)
"Heartbreakingly hilarious tales of personal woe & social catastrophe!" (Flavorpill)