Friday, April 27 in Boston: ¡The Punctuation Show! (How to Use Tiny Symbols to Make Meaning Without %$^* Up)
April 10, 2012
¡The Punctuation Show! (How to Use Tiny Symbols to Make Meaning Without %$^&#* Up)
Friday, April 27
40 Prospect St., Cambridge, MA 02139
Box Office: 617-576-1253
Part of Boston’s GEEK WEEK COMEDY
Do you know your colon from your semicolon? Enjoy a fun-filled (and pun-filled) romp through the major punctuation marks, those that never quite took off, and some unorthodox uses of punctuation. Comedian Jennifer Dziura makes those tiny symbols on the printed page mean more than you ever imagined. Also, if you’ve ever wanted to volunteer to come on stage and punctuate something, this is your chance!
This is the Boston premiere of a new show from pedantic humorist Jennifer Dziura, best known as co-host of the Williamsburg Spelling Bee.
“This actor/comedian takes lazy lexicographers to task. Better spell-check that love letter.” – TimeOut New York
This is a double-header! Also included is Sarah Koske presents…The Virology of Werewolfism (Lycanosis): What werewolves have in common with cold sores