Unmoderated: A Reading of Eastsider Comments

Saturday, March 9 @ 2 pm
Taix Lounge, 1911 Sunset Blvd., Echo Park
Free but a contribution is requested (Bloggers can’t live on comments alone!)

You don’t have to but it would be nice if you RSVP.

Directed by Rory Mitchell

Cast: Noel Arthur (Bad Lieutentant: Port of Call New Orleans) Brian Beacock,
Alison Cardoso (PLUR, Cartel), Jennifer DeFilippo, Jeff Galfer
(The River, Buried Treasure),
Kimberly Irion (Inappropriate Comedy),
Joshua St. Thomas, and more

Readers come to The Eastsider for stories but they stay for the comments. Please join us for a 30-minute live reading of a small sample of comments posted on the blog in
2012. The performance also doubles as an Eastsider meet up and fundraiser. Admission is free but you can always contribute at the door or online (click on Pay Now button below) to keep The Eastsider – and the comment section –  an informative and entertaining part of your digital life.

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About The Director
Rory Mitchell is a theatre director, filmmaker and historical consultant. In 2005, Mr. Mitchell’s first attempt to bring the Internet into a theatrical space, “Ripper’s Last Log,” was performed at the Los Angeles Theater Center. “… Mitchell aims higher, to confront a society in which [Ripper] could die while an entire online community looked on,” said -the L.A. Times. More recently he directed “Steve” by Stephen Belber at Human Resources LA. Mr. Mitchell keeps a tumblr about the history of Los Angeles with stories and short films at valleyspringlane.tumblr.com.

About The Eastsider
The Eastsider is a hybrid of news, occasional opinion, observations and links to other web sites, all curated for an Eastside audience. The Eastsider is published by Jesus Sanchez, a journalist with more than 25 years of experience in newspapers and online journalism

Thanks to Mike Taix and Taix Restaurant for hosting.



  1. Don’t forget the bikes and dogs!

  2. this has the potential to be the most entertaining evening of theatre ever.

  3. Income Property Los Angeles

    Sounds hilarious. And if you include this post it will be a humblebrag.

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