Participate live at the Peace and Justice Center with friends, or follow along here in the event listing at home (the show is available to watch on Netflix).
From the New York Times: "“Nanette,” (is) packaged as comedy but evolves into a searing critique of that medium when, midway through her set, Gadsby announces that she’s quitting stand-up. A lesbian from conservative Tasmania, she is done mining past trauma for jokes. Instead, Gadsby launches into a shrewd and impassioned dissection of misogyny, homophobia, art history and especially comedy."
After the show, we will discuss its impact on ourselves and our activism, in person, but also reading and responding to posts in this listing.
We'll have popcorn to share - feel free to bring a shareable to eat or drink!
Children are always welcome at TWWSJ events.
This event is sponsored by Together We Will - San Jose
(See event web page)