EST/Youngblood's THE BRUNCH THAT GOT AWAY... Sun 1/6 @ 1pm
We're kicking of 2013 with Youngblood's Regret Brunch: THE BRUNCH THAT GOT AWAY
SUNDAY, JANUARY 6 @ 1pm
FIVE brand new plays, plus a brunch buffet of pancakes, eggs, bacon, pastries and fruit! And our morally reprehensible, fiscally indefensible OPEN BAR!
To quote American poets The Butthole Surfers:
"Daddy, what does regret mean?
Well son, the funny thing about regret is,
It's better to regret something you have done,
Than to regret something you haven't done."
With the passing of the old year and the arrival of the new, it's time to look back on everything that we might have done differently.
TICKETS: $18, order by clicking here
doors open at 12:30pm for buffet and bar - get there early, bacon goes fast.
CALIFORNIA by Alex Borinsky
with James Murtaugh* and Stephen Stout
THE MEXICAN AND THE WELFARE MA by Mary Hamilton
directed by Colette Robert*
with Hanna Cheek and Christine Farrell*
DOGMAN'S LAST JOB by Jen Silverman
directed by Matt Dickson
with Stephen Graybill and Malcolm Madera
THE LIST by Lucy Teitler
directed by Mark Armstrong*
with Polly Adams*, Florencia Lozano* and Chet Siegel
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