Here:Say’s talking about the people we live with

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They write their names on all the food they bought, they use all the hot water, they leave a stack of dirty dishes in the sink for a week, and they write passive-aggressive notes… we often need roommates to help us pay our rent, but, wow, sometimes they can be pretty awful. On January 16 at The Workshop Brewing Company, our scheduled performers are telling true stories on stage about their roommates, and it might not be pretty!

Come early for food, stick around for stories, beginning at 7pm. $5 suggested donation.

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