July 20th, 2007

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To quote from http://community.livejournal.com/theatreatfirst/62588.html#cutid1:

"Theatre@First's fourth annual evening of one-act plays opens tomorrow, Thursday, July 19 and tickets are going fast!"

bedfull_o_books and I went to opening night and had a great time. Great energy, plenty of laughs, and lots of fun.

(I'd mention all the LJers who are in this one but that would take too long.)

So you should all go!

It's at the First Congregational Church of Somerville, 89 College Ave (Corner of Francesca Avenue just a few blocks
up from the Davis Square T station--Google Map) at the following times:

Friday July 20th 8:00pm
Saturday July 21st 8:00pm
Sunday July 22nd 3:00pm (matinee)
Thursday July 26th 8:00pm
Friday July 27th 8:00pm
Saturday July 28th 8:00pm

(More information and reservations at http://www.theatreatfirst.org/current/one-acts07/one-acts07.htm. Opening night was nearly a full house, so reservations are probably a wise idea.)
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A shocking result.

(Thanks to eeyorecol, alaron03, and trifle!)


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http://www.airlinequality.com/Product/seats_global.htm lists carriers worldwide.
http://www.airlinequality.com/Product/seat_intro.htm breaks them out by region.

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