Performers, Shows

In Your Head Performer Spotlight: Nari

Nari showed an early aptitude for Dr. Mario which she parlayed into the kind of intense, time consuming studying necessary to later graduate with a Computer Science degree. She aced Differential Equations but still struggles to calculate a tip. She now does tech by day and tunes by night. Generally speaking she’s the only black woman at either.

Nari is a slinger of fine jokes and a flaunter of shabby frocks, both of which you will hear about Thursday in her tale of unspoken love.

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Performers, Shows

In Your Head Performer Spotlight: Joan Muller

Joan Muller has done a bunch of stuff in her life. No more and no less than anyone else really. And the stuff she’s done is not that interesting, except for the fact that she was the only kid in her fourth grade class to vote for John F Kennedy when all the other kids voted for Nixon. She taught school, and her students really seemed to like her. Then she was a consultant for a textbook publisher. She’s published some short stories. Now she’s writing a novel. But that’s about it.

Joan’s story is about a significant moment that really happened.  Probably.  Fiction writers spend a lot of time in their heads, but this was real.  She’s pretty sure.

Joan-Muller

 

Performers, Shows

In Your Head Performer Spotlight: Wayne Johnson

Wayne Johnson is a Peer Recovery Coach and a college student, He is also a person in recovery from addiction and PTSD. In the two years he has been sober, he has enlisted the help of an emotional support animal, whose name is Baby.

Baby is a panacea for Wayne, and his story Thursday is about their relationship and what that relationship has meant to both him and others.

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