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Tomorrow Night: Sex in Eraserhood

Tomorrow night, for the second year in row, First Person Arts presents "Stripped Stories" with Margot Leitman and Giulia Rozzi, which is a storytelling event all about sex. The New York/L.A.-based comedians lead the evening of stories and an audience game of "Never Have I Never" along with other readers from This American Life and The Moth. This time around, though, First Person is venturing into Callowhill.

"First Person Arts is a nomadic group and this was a neighborhood and venue we have never brought storytelling to before, which was a big part of the decision," says FPA's Karina Kacala, "We think Union Transfer is a fantastic venue and thought it would be cool to bring a storytelling show to what is primarily a music venue."

Last year an audience member told an incredible story about sex on a SEPTA bus near the Main Line during a blizzard. It was kind of the highlight of the evening.

When: Tues., June 19: Happy Hour Specials start at 7pm, show starts at 8pm
Where: Union Transfer (1026 Spring Garden St. 19123)
How much: $15 ($12 for First Person Arts members)
Tickets: Here