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'Someone's Gotta Do It' Monologues by Forward Theater

Thursday February 21 at 6:30pm    
In the downstairs Archer Room (through the lobby stairwell)

Sign-up Required
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Chances are, you’ve had one – more than one. They can be inspiring, terrifying, tedious, nauseating, and profound. Jobs. Jobs put food on our tables, roofs over our heads, and (sometimes) anxiety in our hearts. The Someone's Gotta Do It monologues introduce you to characters telling their work stories: the exhilarating, the necessary, and the outlandishly absurd. Written exclusively for and performed as part of Forward Theater Company's Someone's Gotta Do It Monologue Festival in Madison, Wisconsin. Registration is appreciated for this special performance. Online using the link above or by email at info@midlibrary.org Monologues scheduled to be performed: - Talk to Me Maybe, by Kimberly Megna Yarnall: Did you ever wonder who’s on the other end of a political polling call? Performed by Whitney Derendinger. - The Line, by Sandra Dietrick: A long-time employee explains life in a meat processing plant to a new co-worker. Performed by Liz Angle. - Bitter Blind, by Karen Moeller: The mostly true story of a taste tester. Performed by Karen Moeller. - The Guard (The One Who Dies), by Jamie Custer: Learn the backstory of the guard who dies in every action film. Performed by Edric Johnson. - Say No to the Dress, by Amanda Schumacher: A wedding gown consultant shows a new employee the white satin ropes. Performed by Deborah Hearst.


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