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Couch to Mic: Not Your First Rodeo / Live Show!

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Couch to Mic: Not Your First Rodeo
Hosted by Stephanie Lazenby
Sunday, November 7
Doors 2pm / Show 3pm
All ages / Seated
Pay-what-you-choose (starting at $10)

The Couch to Mic: Not Your First Rodeo Live Show is the final performance capping off a four week Couch to Mic workshop series. Come out for a night of laughs and to cheer on these performers who have honed their craft by taking the level 2 Couch to Mic course. They return to the stage with their own, original five minutes of comedy.

About host Stephanie Lazenby:Stephanie S. Lazenby is a writer, performer and educator. She brings over twenty five years of experience to all of her creative endeavors. She was a member of Emerson Comedy Workshop, has been published locally and nationally, was co-host of TedX - Piscataqua and hosted PechaKucha for three years. She is a juried Artist in Residence through the New Hampshire State Council of the Arts. In addition to hosting Couch to Mic, most recently, Stephanie premiered her solo original stage show Where Do I Begin? At New Hampshire Theatre Project.

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Ticket purchases are non-refundable.

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3S Artspace requires proof of vaccination, or proof of a negative PCR COVID test within 72 hours of the event, for entry into all ticketed events inside the Performance Space. Masks remain strongly encouraged (when not eating or drinking), but are not required inside the Performance Space.

Please note: masks are required by all guests in the 3S Lobby, Gallery, and restrooms regardless of vaccination status.

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Thank you to our Fall Sponsor, GreenPages Technology Solutions, and to our year-round Lead Sponsors: Raka, PixelMedia, and The Stebbins Family.

3S Artspace is supported by the New England Foundation for the Arts through the New England Arts Resilience Fund, part of the United States Regional Arts Resilience Fund, an initiative of the U.S. Regional Arts Organizations and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, with major funding from the federal CARES Act and the American Rescue Plan from the National Endowment for the Arts.