Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Last Chance!

Join YNPN San Diego for a fantastic night at the theater!

YNPN San Diego is partnering with Ivy Hour young professionals for a special Meet and Greetand the San Diego Rep on February 18th. Enjoy Culture Clash in AmeriCCa on February 18th at 7:00 p.m. Tickets are only $24 and include a free drink, a pre-show networking reception for YNPN & Ivy Hour, and a post-show event, Talkin’ Theatre with Todd Salovey, a discussion with the stars of Culture Clash. This is an amazing opportunity to meet with other young nonprofit professionals from across San Diego, supportYNPN San Diego, as well as meet with an amazing theatrical group.

Last chance--call the box office at (619) 544-1000 and use the code “YNPN” to get your tickets before they sell out! Click here to get box office details.

About the show:

As in all of their memorable comedic sketches, the characters in AmeriCCa are adapted from real interviews with people from across the U.S. who live radically diverse lives. The troupe’s signature use of satire, vaudeville, mime and spoken word dramatizes the voices of the socially invisible and the New Americans, offering a fresh examination of cultures in flux. From Cuban exiles and Haitian immigrants in Miami, to a Puerto Rican political activist in Manhattan, to commies and dot-commers rubbing elbows in San Francisco’s Mission District, to expatriates in Tijuana and Ugandan cab drivers in San Diego, these are unforgettable characters who will leave you gasping, laughing and cheering. Read more on the San Diego Rep website:

About San Diego Rep:

San Diego Repertory Theatre produces intimate, exotic, provocative theatre. They promote a more inclusive community through vivid works that nourish progressive political and social values and celebrate the multiple voices of our region. San Diego Repertory Theatre feeds the curious soul. Read more online:

About Ivy Hour:

Ivy Hour was created in 2001 to provide get-togethers for young professionals in the San Diego area. More important than what school you went to, is that you want to be part of the cultural and social life in San Diego! Read more on their website:

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