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The Theatre club, Sock & Buskin, hosts
NO SHAME: LYNCHBURG
in the Lab Theatre,
2nd floor (203)
Leggett Building, Randolph College
Monthly on Fridays
Late Night at 10:45 p.m.
[Acts register at 10:15 pm]
[Tickets not required but donations always appreciated.]
Sock & Buskin, the Theatre club at Randolph College, hosts No Shame: Lynchburg monthly on select Fridays at 10:45 p.m. in the Lab Theatre (Leggett Bldg,, Room 203) on the Randolph College campus, A live venue for performers of all kinds, No Shame: Lynchburg provides a performance space for writers, singers, actors, dancers, and others to showcase original work in 5 minute intervals. Different acts each time: no two shows are the same.
No Shame: Lynchburg happens in the lab theatre, 2nd floor of Leggett, on the Randolph campus in Lynchburg. Up to 15 original works, each five minutes in length: Performance slots are filled on a first come first served basis. All material performed at No Shame must be original, must not exceed five minutes, and must not break the law or the space.
No Shame Theatres have been around since the mid-80’s. The first No Shame was originally established as a venue for writers to share their most recent work in a live theatrical environment. This first No Shame actually used a truck-bed as a stage and was illuminated by the headlight of a motorcycle. As No Shame grew, it came to encompass all art forms and encouraged all artists to share original work.
The No Shame moniker refers to the supportive environment that No Shame provides the artists. “Sharing new work or exploring controversial ideas can be intimidating,” says organizer Mace Archer. “No Shame encourages artists not to be ashamed of their own efforts or their own ideas.”
No Shame: Lynchburg, select Fridays at 10:45pm on the campus of Randolph College, Lab Theatre, 2nd floor of the Leggett Building. Admission is pay-what-you-can with a recommended admission of $5. Live performance for an Adult audience.
No Shame: Lynchburg,
Select Fridays at 10:45.
pay-what-you-will ($5 recommended),
info at (434) 947-8000.
No advance tickets for this event.