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    Death by Bad Jokes: Stop, Stop, You’re Killing Me
    written by Jenny Larson-Quiñones, with khattieQ
    music by khattieQ & Anton Berrios

    Get ready to laugh your way to the afterlife at a reading of jkjk's Death by Bad Jokes, a hilarious in-person event that will leave you gasping for breath. Queer performance duo jkjk invite you to a free reading of their new musical-in-progress.

    ABOUT THE SHOW: Twelve years in the future, we find our perfect family, on a perfectly perfect night. When a terrible secret is revealed, an unsuspecting party clown is forced to confront their wife about her shady affairs before one more person has to die. In a world on edge Death by Bad Jokes asks, are we seeking justice? Revenge? Or do we all just want to look the other way?

    ABOUT THE TEAM: Directed by jkjk aka Jenny Larson-Quiñones and khattieQ | Cast: Jenny Larson-Quiñones, khattieQ, Noel Gaulin, and Steve Williams | Dramaturgy by: Joanna Garfinkel

    SCHEDULE: December 10th 2023, Sunday at 5pm @ the Trinity St Playhouse | 901 Trinity St. 78701 | 4th floor of the First Baptist Church of Austin

    ABOUT THE ARTISTS: jkjk is married couple Jenny Larson-Quiñones and khattieQ. They began working together in 2015 and have shared their work around the world, from Finland to Missouri. Their piece Catalina La O was the Vancouver Fringe New Play Prize Winner (2020) and has been presented at OUTsider Fest, Ars Nova’s ANT Fest, and Queer Arts Festival. In 2021, they participated in the Canadian Digital Dramaturgy Initiative with the Playwright Theatre Centre, and in 2022 were artists in residence at the New Harmony Project for their piece always boy. In 2023 they premiered Desperately Seeking Comfortable Shoes with Trinity St Players.

    CONTACT & TICKETS: Tickets are FREE! Reservation @ https://www.ticketleap.events/tickets/jkjklolorg/workshop-death-by-bad-jokes
    khattieandjenny@gmail.com | jkjklol.org | @jenny_khattie_official
    Please contact us if you have any Accessibility Needs or Requests.
    This project has been financed in part by the City of Austin’s Elevate Grant Program.

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