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Piccolo Fringe: Sitting at the Grown Up Table and Touched - A Sort of Solo Show 

When: Mon., May 31, 7-8 p.m. and Tue., June 1, 8-9 p.m. 2010
Phone: $16/advance, $15/door

See two shows for the price of one. In Sitting at the Grown Up Table, Holly and Eric are newly wed, but not to each other. In Touched – a sort of solo show, Jet Eveleth explores some of her favorite and most heartbreaking characters. Part of Piccolo Fringe at Piccolo Spoleto Festival.

It's all about you
If it's happened to you already, you'll immediately relate to the good times and troubles presented in these shows. If not, grab a seat and watch, because this is what life is all about. Sitting at the Grown-up Table is about leaving the kid stuff behind and learning how to live with another adult, whether in marital bliss or any other kind of long-term relationship. Holly Laurent and Eric Hunicutt of Chicago's long-running long-form group The Reckoning weave this tale of newlyweds (who are not wed to one another) sharing an inside look at the world of commitment.

This is where she debuted
Yes, the sweet debutante named Sitting at the Grown-Up Table made her debut right in Charleston at the cotillion known as The Charleston Comedy Festival earlier this year. Come see how the gal has grown and matured in the last few months.

She's bringing a friend
Touched, featuring comedy sensation Jet Eveleth of The Reckoning and I Live Next Door to Horses, is sure to provide a poignant counterpoint to the Grown-Up Table's guffaws in this emotional and laugh-out-loud funny show filled with improv, dance, and clowning.

— Jason A. Zwiker


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