Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Saturday is Yard Sale Day

Let me tell you a story. It is about a theater company that used to move from place to place. Creating in their wake shows that not only were theatrical works but also art installations. Where sets, lights and actors were all temporary additions to old stables, theater lobbies, roof top greenhouses and abandoned high school auditoriums.

About 6 years ago they found another temporary home in church on Columbia Road, NW. It was a space that had been used for punk shows in the past, but it was a unique piece of architecture that really worked with a production of Lord of the Flies we were producing. Long story short we worked it out so we could stay there and use the space 18 more times since the winter of 2002. To many who have worked with Rorschach, that church is the only home they have ever known. For some of us it became a second home. Now, we are moving away from the church and setting off like the vagabonds we have always been in our hearts to new spaces and new shows.

So what does this mean for all of you? We are selling stuff to make room for our future and we want you all to come and share in the past.

This Saturday Rorschach is having a Yard Sale:

YARD SALE!
Saturday December 15th from 10-4pm @ Rorschach Theatre (Casa Del Pueblo.)
1459 Columbia Rd. NW (between 14th and 15th)

Modern clothing, glassware, random fun for sale as well as costumes and props from old shows. Help us move in style.

No early birds, please.

There are lots of great items for sale and you won't believe the prices.

Looking for weird clothes? WE GOT THEM!
Looking for strange glassware? WE GOT IT!
Looking for a plaster poodle? WE GOT ONE!
Need a pair of roller skates? WE GOT THAT!
Fencing Mask? OH SWEET MERCIFUL LORD IN HEAVEN WE HAVE THAT TOO!

So say goodbye Casa and hello future! And help us scrape together a little money for our brand new storage unit.

2 comments:

Randy said...

Thank you everyone for all your amazing help with the move. We couldn't have done it without you!
- Randy

Matt Dunphy said...

i was really hoping that poodle was somewhere safe.

i know you said no early birds, but i'm going to bring a sleeping bag and sleep outside 7-11 so i can be first in line for my baby!

oh sweet merciful lord in heaven, thank you!