The Day I Accidentally Went to War

Friday August 30 at 8:30pm

BILL POSLEY IS BACK!  Are YOU ready to be gut punched, jaw dropped and mind blown- all the while rolling your ass on that floor dying laughing to another chapter of Bill’s unbelievable story?! I hope so soldier, because this time, we are going to WAR! Prepare to be transported to Bill’s past, the good, the bad, the ugly of it all.

Buy your tickets online in advance or $25 at the door.


About Bill Posley

From the mega award-winning team behind #hff18 powerful smash hit comedy ‘The Day I Became Black’ (award highlights- Off Broadway Alliance Award for Best Solo Performance; International Fringe Encores @Soho Playhouse) comes a limited workshop run of his brand new show.

No one wins and breaks hearts like writer/comedian Bill Posley (Netflix’s Kobra Kai, Apple TV’s Shrinking). Some people accidentally miss their bus stop, some accidentally misplace their keys, but Bill? In ‘The Day I Accidentally Went to War’ he will take you on a roller coaster journey to his childhood traumas to real life combat and back. Packed with laughs, gasps and all the feels, this show bares brutal truths, honors the Veteran experience, and celebrates the human spirit. Don’t miss it!

Tickets are reserved under your name and available at the door of the venue shortly before the performance. You do not need to print out your tickets. Lobby doors open for check-in 30 minutes prior to show time.

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