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Wednesday, Jul 11 2012
Remember that time in middle school when you got a little frisky under the desk with the kid sitting next to you? Or when you peed in your pants during a middle school dance and had to run away and call your mom to come pick you up? We do. And every time we wake up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat we wish we could forget, but deep down we know these memories will be with us forever. Tonight, come relive all the embarrassing moments that make up our collective adolescence at Mortified, a performance series and comic excavation of teen journals, poems, letters, lyrics, home movies, and schoolwork told by their original authors. Join professional performers and total amateurs alike as they share their sometimes shameful, sometimes sexy, but always entertaining stories. Let the wholesome humiliation begin.
Thu., July 12, 8 p.m., 2012

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Matt Saincome

Matt Saincome

Matt Saincome is SF Weekly's former music editor.

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