Teenage Diaries—Decades Later—Mortify and Entertain
On stage, adults dredge up their youthful ruminations on crushes, tans, telepathic animals READ MORE
Comic Timing: My Teenage Angst readers revisit their innermost thoughts from their ‘tweens, teens and twenties
Krista takes a seat on the stage and begins to read, “I don’t want him to slip out of my life like yesterday’s trash, so I gave him my beloved Speedo shirt....READ MORE
Brave souls take the stage and read real journal entries from their tweens to twenties for our entertainment. Dig up your old yearbooks, journals, and notes passed in class and take part in the show Denver’s Westword called the “Best Way to Publicly Embarrass Yourself and Still Have Fun.”
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Looking through your old journals can be fun, but reading from them while you're on stage in front of a room full of strangers somehow makes the experience incredibly awesome. From first-period nightmares to tales of selling kids fake LSD, the true stories keep spilling out during the monthly My Teenage Angst, each one more painfully true than the next. My Teenage Angst might be the most fun you'll have at a bar without having a drink. It's definitely more fun than being a teenager.
My Teenage Angst diary reading packed with stories of perms, popularity and prudes.
As a willing participant at Friday night’s My Teenage Angston-stage diary-reading event, I had some pre-show fears.......READ MORE