How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Lost My Virginity: a One-Woman Show by Aileen Clark
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The last date listed for How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Lost My Virginity was Saturday November 21, 2009 / 8:30pm.
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In this fast-paced comedy, you'll meet a man, his boyfriend... and his boyfriend's girlfriend. A bittersweet story, the play looks at the ups and downs of modern relationships and the forked pathways of sexuality. Playwright Stuart Bousel has crafted a funny and intriguing piece that discusses the absurd distortion our lives take on when examined through the eyes of our friends, loved ones and family. All those things that we want to say to another, but never do come crashing together in this new play from from Wily West Productions. Learn More
There's a lot across the street for $15, but there are also plenty of metered (but free in the evening) spaces available. Just like you would in any other neighborhood in the city, do not leave ~anything~ and I mean absolutely anything visible inside your vehicle.The Age Of Beauty travel • Aug 12 2013 star this tip starred
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Aileen is an amazing performer. You really need to watch this show, it was incredibly funny and also had moments that made me want to cry. Overall, I'd give this performance 5 out of 5 stars. You won't regret it.
Everyone in the venue was welcoming. The venue is small, but thats what made the experience intimate and enjoyable. :)
1 woman, 3 languages, 21 characters and a fist fight. The kinda/sorta female love child of John Lequizamo and Mike Myers. Aileen Clark chronicles her true life story about being the whitest latinita on the planet, finding life in death, and learning why you never fall in love with men who act like your father (especially if said men happen to be gay). Written by Aileen Clark and John Caldon. Directed by Claire Rice.