a new developmental series with WBAI and The Commons Cafe

388 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
(between Hoyt & Bond)

Monday March 4th, 7:30 pm

LubDub Theatre Company’s
A Play for the Living in a Time of Extinction

by Miranda Rose Hall
featuring Nadine Malouf

Miranda Rose Hall
Nadine Malouf

Join us for on a highly personal and provocative journey that explores the current and future effects of the climate crisis, in conversation with you, our audience.

$17.50 in advance
$20.00 at the door and
$15.00 for seniors and students with student IDs
One drink minimum per person
Doors open at 6:30 pm, food available for purpose.

Next Up

Monday, April 1st, 7:30 pm

Jenni Kline: Make-up Artist, Hair Stylist

Tar Sands Songbook by Tanya Kalmanovich
Directed by Katie Pearl

A multi-media solo performance named for the notorious oil mining operation near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada called the Tar Sands that recently shot to international attention as the source of “dirty oil” carried into the US by the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.   The show investigates our unseen relationships to oil through the stories of people who work and lived in Fort McMurray, like the artist herself.

May 6th — Flux Theatre Ensemble’s Rage Play by Nandita Shenoy
June 3rd — Ed Napier’s Music Lessons
July 1st — Kevin R. Free & Andre De Shields Queer Story

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Previous UNCOMMON VOICES Evenings

Truth and Reconciliation of Womyn (2/4/2019)

An Evening of Ten-Minute Plays
Curated by Tonya Pinkins

with stories by Glory Kadigan, Tonya Pinkins, Kristine M. Reyes, Carmen Rivera, Lucy Thurber
& stories and songs by Angela Sclafani & Julie Brown
Moments in history you may not have known.
New ways of seeing the world and each other.

Jane Summerhays, Tonya Pinkins, Ako Dachs, Akiko Hiroshima and Julie Brown

Down the Rabbit Hole
by Liza Jessie Peterson (1/7/2019)

This extraordinary writer, activist and performer tells stories from her experiences teaching teens at Riker’s Island.