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Indefinite Articles

A Libertarian Rage


"Use your aggressive feelings, boy.
Let the hate flow through you!"
-Emperor Palpatine, Return of the Jedi

National Praise for "Indefinite Articles"


"...a healthy blend of outrage and amusement. Just like the hulk on a bad day, [low] is an angry man, and makes a damn good point showing why we should be too. American political system - SMASH!"
Natasha Lewin, Tolucan Times (Los Angeles)

"...low's refreshing quest for intellectual humility survives for me as the most memorable theme."
-Robert Hubbard, Kansas City Stage

"...he' enough to know...that anyone who claims to have such certainty is either a fool, or dangerous, or both. He lives to knock people off kilter, not for the joy of seeing people off balance, or the display of power that might be involved. He wants people to be constantly thinking, questioning, and hopefully laughing rather than crying about the absurdity of it all while they're at it."
-Matthew Everett, Twin Cities Daily Planet

"Liberation through extreme tastelessness may be Low's most powerful self-help prescription. His precursor in this mode is Paul Krassner..."
-Jay Harvey, Upstage (Indianapolis)

Reproach for "Indefinite Articles"


"If those fucking tea-baggers and crazed evangelicals got all the dumb shit the way they say they want it, they'd still probably not realize how fucking stupid they all are! Dumbass Libertarians are included in this mini-rant I wrote. Your ideas as a Libertarian are repulsive!"
-anonymous note

About the Show


When the world's burning, it's time to stockpile marshmallows. So here's an irreverent collection of jokes, stories, and rants by libertarian activist and internationally touring storyteller phillip andrew bennett low! Pull up a chair, down some whiskey*, laugh, get angry, and tip your servers**. He'll be here six nights.

*whiskey not provided
**not necessarily in this order

WARNING: This show contains profanity, graphic language, and other reckless exploitation of the First Amendment.



Nota Bene: while this show was originally taking place at Under St. Mark's Theater, this venue is no longer available (due to circumstances beyond anyone's control). The show will now be taking place at IATI Theater, as part of the FRIGID Festival (New York, NY):

Thursday, February 21st at 8:50pm
Friday, February 22nd at 10:30pm
Monday, February 25th at 8:50pm

Saturday, March 2nd at 10:30pm

Saturday, March 9th at 10:30pm
Sunday, March 10th at 12:10pm

Tickets are $10. Advance tickets can be purchased through the FRIGID website.



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