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Pivot Arts' THE SADNESS SHOW: AN ALTERNATIVE VALENTINE'S CELEBRATION Set for 2/10

Pivot Arts is pleased to present THE SADNESS SHOW: AN ALTERNATIVE VALENTINE'S CELEBRATION, its latest installment of PIVOT@63 - a once-a-month line-up of unique performances at Bar 63, 6341 N. Broadway Ave. in Chicago. THE SADNESS SHOW will take place Wednesday, February 10 at 8 pm. Tickets, priced at $10 or $5 students, are available at the door. For additional information, visit www.pivotarts.org. Food and drink are available for purchase.

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 8 pm

THE SADNESS SHOW: AN ALTERNATIVE VALENTINE'S CELEBRATION

Hosted by Molly Brennan

Pivot Arts' annual tradition features a cabaret-style showcase celebrating sadness through performances of stories and songs that are often heartbreakingly hilarious. Hosted by actor, singer and clown Molly Brennan, who recently appeared in Lookingglass Alice, the evening includes a story contest by premier writers including Sophie Blumberg, Isaac Gomez, Chris Green, Bonnie Metzgar, Martin Zimmerman and spoken word artist, Nikki Patin.

About Pivot Arts

Pivot Arts is a home for innovative music, theater and dance on Chicago's far north side. They develop new work and present unique performances throughout the year culminating in a multi-arts festival. Their vision is that of a vibrant community where unique collaborations between artists, businesses and organizations leads to the support and creation of innovative performance events. Pivot Arts was founded in 2012, became an official not-for-profit in 2014 and is led by director, Julieanne Ehre. Major support for Pivot Arts comes from the Alphawood Foundation, the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation at the MacArthur Fund for Arts and Culture, Loyola University Chicago, Edgewater SSA26 and Uptown United. For more information visit www.pivotarts.org.


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