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Queer Open Mic featuring Jennifer Dronsky
Friday, May 24, 2013 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The San Francisco Queer Open Mic hosted by Baruch Porras-Hernandez and Blythe Baldwin
Same Queer time 7:30pm
Same Queer list! List goes up at 7pm, please arrive on time!
Same Queer rules: You get 5 minutes to do one piece and one piece only. WE WILL STOP you if you go over time.
FREE with suggested donation!
Modern Times, 2919 24th Street, San Francisco, California 94110, come buy a book, support local queer artists and give Blythe and Baruch a hug!
This month’s feature is Jennifer Dronsky!
Recently awarded a Certificate of Excellence (it came with the frame), Jennifer Dronsky has been collecting prestigious comedy awards such as “Winner of the first Alameda Comedy Competition”, and “Winner of the third Alameda Comedy Competition” . Originally from Southern California, Jennifer fled to San Francisco at the sweet age of seventeen to pursue her passion for fashion. After creating two lines; Fashion for the Living Skeletons (a line for fashion models) and Baby, I mean Business (business clothes for babies), Jennifer sought a more receptive target market for her creative mind. Currently residing in San Francisco’s odiferous Tenderloin district with her fiance, two cats and ever mounting tiny porcelain cat figurines. Jennifer draws upon the odd happenings and uncomfortable conversations that seem to be omnipresent in her life. Performing a continuous response to life in a self deprecating “what I wanted to say was this”, sort of way. With her charismatic style and uproarious foul mouth, Jennifer Dronsky is sure to make even your curmudgeon of a stepfather laugh.