Thanks So much for another great event!

Thanks so much to all the fine folks who came out and supported our 3rd Bay Area That’s What She Said! Special Thanks to Joe Landini at the Garage for hosting us check out the Garage at their new venue in May at 715 Bryant Ave.

That’s What She Said will be back at the Garage Tuesday June 26th at our all Queer Ladies Show as part of the Queer Arts Festival and again on Thursday July 18th!

Thanks to all the Ladies who turned in amazing performances. Check out what they are up to in the near future

Amy Dentata (who gave us her first spotlight slot ever!) Her work is soon to appear in Trans Bodies, Trans Selves, a resource guide for the trans community. Find her online at www.amydentata.com

Entirely Talia- You can find EntirelyTalia on Reverbnation, Facebook, Youtube, WordPress, and Twitter. Or email EntirelyTalia@gmail.com to join her mailing list.

Liz Green- Liz was accepted into the Tin House Writing Workshop in Fiction in 2012 and is running an online campaign to help raise funds so she can go.

http://www.indiegogo.com/tinhouseforlizgreen

Also Find out more about Liz and her work: http://www.lizdemigreen.com

and of course co-host and incredibly talented comic Caitlin Gill who is literally doing a constant stream of shows all over the Bay Area keep track of her online at www.caitlingill.com

 

Wonder Dave is also out and about in the Bay area he and Caitlin are both regular performers at Oakland’s Tourettes without Regrets. You can find him online at http://wonderdave.wordpress.com, http://wonderdavelive.tumblr.com, and on Facebook and @TeamWonderDave on Twitter. Following him on any of these is a great way to get announcements about That’s What She Said!

 

Stay Tuned for more details on our upcoming shows. We look forward to entertaining you again real soon!

 

 

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About wonderdave

Wonder Dave is a writer and performer from the Midwest currently residing in Northern California. He’s toured the country performing at poetry venues, schools, cabarets, science fiction conventions, burlesque shows and bowling alleys. He was the recipient of the Jerome Foundation’s Verve grant for spoken word artists in 2007. Dave has appeared on the Semi-Finals and Group Piece Finals stages at the National Poetry Slam. Dave’s work has been published in the Legendary, Orange Room Review, Breadcrumb Scabs, Pedestal, Shit Creek Review and Assaracus Magazine. Thanks for checking him out.
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