I’m teaching a fun, hands-on one day workshop at Grub Street, “Get Writing: Short Memoir and Personal Essay” at Grub’s main location in downtown Boston. The class will take place on Friday Oct 24 from 10 am to 5 pm. This is a chance to come together, write, and energize your writing practice. For more info, and to sign up, check out:
I’m also going to be performing excerpts of my show with my friend Randy Ross in “He Said/He Said,” which features two middle-aged men–one straight, one gay–looking for love, connection and a good pierogi, in a free show at the West Branch of Somerville Library in Davis Square.
The show will take place on Thursday November 13 at 7:00 PM at the library, 40 College Avenue in Somerville.
More info is at:
Please join me for a special Gay Games performance of my show on Wednesday August 13 at Masonic Auditorium. Tickets are only $12 in advance and $15 at the door! Here are a few clips from the show:
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Please come see me at the Masonic Auditorium, 7:30 PM 3615 Euclid Avenue, just east of downtown Cleveland. Tickets available at: paccleveland.com
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My only Boston show of the summer is coming up at the Boston Hostel on Thursday July 17 at 7:30 PM, 19 Stuart Street in the Theater District. You can get advance tickets for only $5 by following this link:
After months of planning I’m excited to announce my two Cleveland shows:
I’m part of an LGBT Showcase event at Dobama Theater in Cleveland Heights, sponsored by the CH-UH Public Library. Thursday August 7 at 7:00 PM.
And (drum roll please) I’ll be doing my full show at the Cleveland Masonic Auditorium, just east of downtown, in collaboration with the Masons and Gay Games 9. The show will take place on Wednesday August 13 at 7:30 PM….ticket info TBA. If you’re in the Cleveland area please save the date!
Please join me on Thursday evening July 17 at 7:30 PM Boston’s Hostel International, 19 Stuart Street for my show about my life and times when ‘Man planned, and God laughed.’ Tickets are $8 at the door, or you can get advance tix for just $5 by contacting Paul Kuhne at the Hostel, at
Writer/humorist/storyteller and man-about-town Randy Ross and I are doing a two-man show about life in middle age on Thursday May 1, 7:30 PM at Somerville Main Library on Highland Avenue. The show is an ongoing conversation between two men in mid-life–one straight, one gay–searching for love, happiness, and a good pierogi. Come join us for this free performance, sponsored by the Friends of the Somerville Library!
After many months of procrastination, I’ve finally posted the e-book of the 2nd edition of “Finding My Place” on Amazon. If you’ve purchased a print copy of the book on Amazon, you can get the e-book for only $2.99; if not, it’s only $7.99–less than half the cost of the print edition.
You can get the ebook here:
I’m thrilled to be performing at Arts at the Armory in Somerville, sponsored by Cervena Barva Press, on 3/27 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $10 in advance, and seating is limited. Buy your tickets now!
I’m thrilled to be doing a new, improved version of my show at the Cervena Barva Press studio in the Somerville Armory, 191 Highland Avenue, just down the street from Somerville High School, on Thursday March 27 at 7:30 PM.
If you haven’t seen “One Man’s Journey through the Middle Ages,” OR if you haven’t seen it lately, this performance is for you. The studio is quite intimate, and a perfect space for a low-tech but heartfelt version of my life in middle age.
Be sure to get tickets in advance–there is limited seating–don’t get shut out! Watch this space for ticketing info!J Leblang Flyer_Sville 3-14