Archive for the The Show Category

One Man’s Journey at HI Boston

I’ll be performing the latest version of my show, “One Man’s Journey through the Middle Ages,” on Saturday June 3, 2017–7:30 pm at Hostel International Boston, 19 Stuart Street in Boston’s theater district. (The venue is just a few blocks from the Chinatown and Tufts Medical Center stops on the Orange Line). Tickets are $12 at the door, and I’ll be doing several new pieces in addition to some old standards.

Writing from Real Life Saturday March 4 in Tampa

I’ll be teaching a fun one-day writing workshop in South Tampa, this coming Saturday March 4 from 10-5. The workshop is designed for writers at all levels, and deals with how to take challenging/rich personal material and use it for nonfiction/memoir writing.

The cost of the workshop is only $50.

For more information, please check out the Facebook events page at:

https://www.facebook.com/events/1242427005837104/

or call 617-466-9637

Real Life Tampa 3-17

My Life in the Late Middle Ages

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I’ll be doing a mix of new and old material in this staged reading at Outpost 186 in Cambridge on Thursday December 8. This is my only Boston-area holiday show so please join me! Tickets are $10 at the door.

12/8 8 PM at Outpost 186: 186 1/2 Hampshire Street.

Inman Square, Cambridge 02139

For info, email me at judah.leblang@gmail.com or call 617-466-9637.IMG_1735

Come to Story Space on Tuesday 9-27

On Tuesday night I’ll be the featured storyteller at Story Space, Out of the Blue Gallery Too, 541 Mass Ave in Cambridge. Open mic starts at 7; I’ll be going on about 8 pm. Suggested donation is $5. More info at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Story-Space/177178758969270

Hope to see you there!

Grub Street workshops

I’ll be teaching Jumpstart Your Nonfiction, a course designed to get you writing and to generate new material, beginning Sunday Sept 25 6-9 PM at Grub Street in downtown Boston. The six week course will meet 9/25, and 10/9, 16, 23, 30, and 11/6. For more info and to sign up, go to Jumpstart Nonfiction

I also have two one-day workshops coming up in October:
Creative Nonfiction 101 on Saturday, October 8 from 10-5
Creative Nonfiction

and Writing from Real Life on Saturday October 22 from 10-5.
Writing from Real Life

Come to “One Man’s Journey” Oct 14 in Boston!

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I’ll be doing the latest version of my show, “One Man’s Journey to Adulthood” at HI Boston, 19 Stuart Street in the Theater District on Friday October 14 at 7:30 PM. Tickets are only $10 at the door. Please save the date and share with friends!

And check out this great review from Lavender, the Twin Cities’ gay newspaper, from my recent performance at the Minnesota Fringe Festival.
Lavender Magazine

One Man’s Journey at the Minnesota Fringe

I’m excited to be performing five shows at the Minnesota Fringe in Minneapolis, as part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival, which runs August 4-14. My shows are at Playwrights’ Center, a black box theater at 2301 E. Franklin in Minneapolis. Here’s the show page–day passes are $22 weekends/$16 weekdays
One Man’s Journey show page

The first shows will be Saturday August 6 at 10 PM, and Sunday August 7 at 7 PM.

My Training Bra from the show

Please share with friends in the Twin Cities!

From Diapers to Depends in Cambridge

flyer-outpost-3-page-001On Friday December 4 I’ll be performing with my friends Randy Ross and Erica Ferencik at Outpost 186 in Cambridge. A fun, engaging evening with three fifty-something writers, exploring the terrain of middle age, love gone wrong, and other times when ‘Man planned and God laughed.’

One Man’s Journey Comes to Chicago

I’ll be doing my show as part of the Chicago Fringe in Chicago’s Jefferson Park Neighborhood over Labor Day weekend 2015. Shows are at Windy City Music’s Blackbox, 5340-42 West Lawrence. Shows will be 9/4 at 8:30 PM, 9/5 at 4 PM, and 9/6 at 10 PM. Tickets are only $10, and available via the Fringe Fest site at One Man’s Journey

Literary Pride: Come Join Me at the Boston Hostel June 11 at 6:30 PM

I’m thrilled to be part of an outstanding panel featuring 5 LGBT writers talking about their work: Alden Jones, Matthew Gilbert, Jennie Olds, Annie Weatherwax and me, with Neil Miller as moderator. The panel, “Literary Pride: LGBT writer talk about their work,” will take place on Thursday June 11 at Boston’s Hostel International, 19 Stuart Street in the Theater District. The event is free, and we are being featured in the literary section on the Boston Globe on Sunday June 6, 2015. Come, hear some talented authors and celebrate Pride!