Sunday, March 25, 2012

This Week at SubRosa, Monday March 26th-Sunday April 1st

-Tuesday Mar. 27th- A Show! 7pm until 10pm, notaflof, with...

Radiation City-
The calmed echoes of amplifier tubes and secret gramophones, the soothing, sonic smile of a warbling Wurlitzer, and precisely sparse heart-throbbing drums bounce from the analogue souls of our newest musical Ozzy & Harriet. From Portland
a lady fronted pop-punk band from Storey House. From Santa Cruz.
And Maybe More...

-Wednesday Mar. 28th- Morning meeting at SubRosa.

HUFF meeting from 10am until noon. HUFF is Santa Cruz's oldest and most stubbornly persistent grass roots homeless advocacy group. We make trouble for the powers that be and fight institutional human rights abuses such as the "blanket ban": a Santa Cruz City Council law prohibiting homeless mothers and children from covering up with a blanket between the hours of 11 p.m. and 8:30 a.m.

-Thursday Mar. 29th- Open Mic, sign-ups 7:30pm and begins at 8pm.

Come express yourself, challenge yourself, challenge the audience. Donation $3-$7 (notaflof)

-Saturday Mar. 31st- Insurgent Theatre is touring with "In the Belly", a play focusing on issues of prison abolition. 8pm

In the belly is where things digest, where they are broken down so their value can be extracted. This is where things are made to rot. If our
society is a beast, its belly is... the prison system. This work from Insurgent Theatre seeks to manifest imprisonment on stage, overlays it
with critical analysis of the system, and follows up with in-depth discussion about abolishing prison in America.

Created in workshop by Weslie Coleman, Kate Pleuss, and Ben Turk, with assistance from Harmony Bench and Rebecca Riley. Touring North America. Raising funds for RedBird Prison Abolition. Supporting prisoners in Ohio.

This show contains nudity, violence and other sad realities of the US prison system.

More info here: &

-Sunday Apr. 1st- Prison Penpal, 3-5pm (a Free Skool class)

We will communicate with prisoners, as well as each other, in order to begin to build a community of support locally and nationally. The focus will be LGBTQ prisoners, but not limited to. We will explore current and historic issues within the United States prison system, and intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality, etc. in a penal state and the ways that people can resist. Extended commitment to your pen-pal is preferred. Anyone not respecting the safety of those in correspondence or around them will be asked to leave. Requirements: A willingness to forget previous biases.

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