Special Election as fodder for theater

· Among the Barbarians, Edgewise, Paleoblogs

John Warren from Unconditional Theatre invites us to hear stories about the upcoming special election:

The Special Election is less than a month away. How much do you know about the ballot measures? Wondering whether it’s worth going to the polls at all? Unconditional Theatre is here to help!
We’re hosting an evening of stories & dialogue focused on California’s Special Election, to help you get familiar with the measures and connect with the unique reasons for your voting decisions. We’ll share personal stories that relate to the measures, offer dramatic readings from the ballot book, and discuss the content of the propositions themselves.
It’s a fun way to get a handle on the measures and discuss them with your peers. Even if you already know how you’re voting, this can help you articulate your reasons and become a better advocate for your position.
UNCONDITIONAL THEATRE’S
SPECIAL ELECTION STORIES & DIALOGUE
Sunday October 23rd, 7:00pm
Epic Arts
1923 Ashby Ave at MLK, Berkeley
(across the street from Ashby BART)
Epic Arts is kindly donating the space to us, and we’ll have snacks and drinks on hand. As always, anyone who shows up is invited to read and discuss. Participation is free.
DIRECTIONS
By BART: Take the Richmond line to Ashby station. As you exit the turnstile, bear right and then right again as you exit the station. Cross the parking lot diagonally to the corner of Ashby & MLK. Epic Arts is across Ashby, the yellow building two doors down from the Ashby Stage.
By Car: From San Francisco, cross the Bay Bridge and take Highway 80 eastbound to Ashby. Take the lefthand fork of the exit ramp, and follow Ashby about 1.5 miles. Park as soon as you cross MLK. Epic Arts is on the left hand side, the yellow building two doors down from the Ashby Stage.