Echo Park's much loved Machine Project offers art, classes and civilized mayhem from Experimental Millinery and Bookbinding to Flame Effects (read: giant fireballs) and Sewing 101.
Annually, a month's worth of epic programming is compressed into a single night's party.
At this year's benefit, DMV: After Dark, you will experience such phenomena as: car horn fanfare; competitive sobriety tests; workshops on breaking into and hot-wiring cars, as well as how to escape from a locked trunk, heavy metal polka, surrealistic eye charts, “secret pancakes," and a human vending machine which dispenses delicious food prepared by Donna Coppola of Auntie Em’s Kitchen fame.
The situation will be helped along with a giant bonfire, s'mores and Machine Project beer.
Machine Project Benefit, Los Angeles: Human Vending, Hot Wiring Cars, Competitive Sobriety Tests
If you’ve ever wanted to put on a one person show, and you’re in or around San Francisco next weekend, Jane Morris’ workshop is the one for you! Aside from being talented, intelligent, and one of the most delightful people to work with that you’ll ever meet, she also helps folks put up amazing shows!
This Thursday, August 27th, at the PianoFight theater in San Francisco, Imran G and Red Scott present their new monthly comedy show #PhotobombSF, a one-of-a-kind show that asks comedians to answer for their their own Instagram, Facebook, and snapchat photos.
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