Becoming More Less Crazy [Story Telling]

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The Pocket Theater says
[Performances at the Pocket are $10 online and $14 at the door. Online sales close 4pm day of show.]

Saturday, July 2nd @ 8:30pm
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Show Description:
If you laugh about your inner struggle, or like ridiculously dark comedy, you’ll be in good company at Bill’s one-man show. With authenticity and humor, he tells the story of how he stopped wanting to kill himself, quit drugs, lost 117lb, and overcame social anxiety. Join us for this comical odyssey through psychological pain to a more enjoyable life.

Performed/Written by: Bill Bernat
Directed by: Harry Turpin

Producer Bio
Bill has been performing standup, sketch and theatrical comedy for decades, and has appeared on Comedy Central. He spoken at Ignite Seattle, has won five Seattle Moth StorySlams, and you can hear him on The Moth Radio Hour. Bill's last one-man show, Microvation (Job Stress Comedy), was featured in the Seattle Times and played to packed houses.

Director Bio
Harry is a Director/Choreographer in the Puget Sound area. Recent credits include The Who's Tommy, (Bway World Awards: Best Director, Best Choreography), Sweet Charity (Bway World nom.: Best Director, Best Choreography), I Hate Hamlet, The Pajama Game (Bway World nom: Best Choreography), as well as Once On This Island, All Shook Up, Bye Bye Birdie, Oliver!, The Wizard of Oz, City of Angels, Beauty and the Beast, Anything Goes and Hello Dolly! Also a performer and writer, Harry lives in West Seattle with his partner.
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