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Pose: A Magazine for Women*Written and performed by Sue Galloway Look, I know you want to get magazine information, but you are tired of  reading that tiny print.  Why not watch one live onstage?  Leave those  half-glasses at home because there’s no reading necessary!   Or, bring your half glasses — but the other kind, the ones that are  half full.  Or bring your half empty ones, and I will put a little bit  more life-juice in them and then they will start seeming fuller.  Unless  you are looking at them from above, in which case you might not notice a  difference.  But, if you put it on a table, or on the head of the  person sitting in front of you, with a slight change in perspective you  might be able to see that your glass is a little more than half full and  maybe, just maybe things will start turning around.  This is, of  course, dependent on the steady head of a person sitting in front of  you, and that’s where you come in.  If you have a steady head,** come to  this show — be it tonight, or later in the month, or even in the next  month.  Bring your head and your whole body and your metaphorical half  full glass, but leave those readers at home!Mondays, January 9th and January 23rd at 8pm Pose: A Magazine for Women UCB Theater 307 West 26th Street New York Cityucbtheater.comFor those who do not live in NYC: POSE MAGAZINE will be at the CHARLESTON COMEDY FESTIVAL Friday and Saturday at Theater 99, 1/20 and 1/21 and in Los Angeles: POSE Magazine at UCBTLA (5919 Franklin Ave) Thursday, 2/2 8pm Written and performed by Sue Galloway Directed by Nate Dern With videos directed by Mitch Magee Visuals and graphics by Matt Mayer reservations: About this show? I have none.  But you should get some here: http://newyork.ucbtheatre.com/shows/view/2939

Pose: A Magazine for Women*
Written and performed by Sue Galloway

Look, I know you want to get magazine information, but you are tired of reading that tiny print.  Why not watch one live onstage?  Leave those half-glasses at home because there’s no reading necessary!  Or, bring your half glasses — but the other kind, the ones that are half full.  Or bring your half empty ones, and I will put a little bit more life-juice in them and then they will start seeming fuller.  Unless you are looking at them from above, in which case you might not notice a difference.  But, if you put it on a table, or on the head of the person sitting in front of you, with a slight change in perspective you might be able to see that your glass is a little more than half full and maybe, just maybe things will start turning around.  This is, of course, dependent on the steady head of a person sitting in front of you, and that’s where you come in.  If you have a steady head,** come to this show — be it tonight, or later in the month, or even in the next month.  Bring your head and your whole body and your metaphorical half full glass, but leave those readers at home!


Mondays, January 9th and January 23rd at 8pm
Pose: A Magazine for Women
UCB Theater
307 West 26th Street
New York City

ucbtheater.com

For those who do not live in NYC:
POSE MAGAZINE will be at the CHARLESTON COMEDY FESTIVAL
Friday and Saturday at Theater 99, 1/20 and 1/21

and in Los Angeles:
POSE Magazine at UCBTLA (5919 Franklin Ave)
Thursday, 2/2 8pm


Written and performed by Sue Galloway
Directed by Nate Dern
With videos directed by Mitch Magee
Visuals and graphics by Matt Mayer


reservations: About this show? I have none.  But you should get some here:
http://newyork.ucbtheatre.com/shows/view/2939

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