EVERYTHING EVERYTHING EVERYTHING is a narrative performance with acoustic music. It is the story of two roommates, Wesley K. Andrews and ilvs strauss (pronounced “Elvis”), whose shared passion for the same seductress threatens to ruin their friendship and both their lives. The show is free and will be performed Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 8:00 to 9:30 p.m. at Kirkland’s Arts Center.
This innovative multi-media project combines spoken word, music, and visual art in the form of a Kodak slideshow to create an immersive audience experience like none other.
This performance is edgy with its content but subversively soft-spoken in its delivery and dry humor. Fans of NPR, thoughtful stand-up comedy, bookstore readings, indie music and LGBT arts patrons will feel right at home. There is reference to sex and drug use and minors should be accompanied by a parent.
This performance is free but an online reservation is recommended. A special thank you is due to the Kirkland Cultural Arts Center for making this event possible.
Tickets can be reserved at this site: https://everything3kirkland.eventbrite.com/