Saturday, June 24, 2006

Oly APWU presents Triple Trouble Friday, June 30th


WHAT: The Triple Trouble Tour, featuring hell-raising singer Anne Feeney, satirical
sharp-shooter Dave Lippman, and singing C.I.A. agent George Shrub

WHEN: Friday, June 30th, 7:30 pm

WHERE: Labor Temple, 119-1/2 Capitol Way, Olympia

COST: $10 general, $5 low income

WHY: Presented by Olympia Local, American Postal Workers Union, to kick-off the
“Keep the Mail in Olympia!” letter-writing campaign to the Postal Rate Commission.
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The Triple Trouble Tour, a fair and balanced brew of satire and songs to stir the
soul, features these unbalanced performers:

Anne Feeney has lived her life on the frontlines, comforting the afflicted and
afflicting the comfortable with songs like “Have You Been to Jail for Justice?”
"Anne Feeney is the best labor singer in North America..." -- Utah Phillips

Dave Lippman is fired up about weapons of mass distraction, SUVs, and wars to defend
SUVs. Lippman has just filed suit in Miami against the FBI and Miami Police for
violation of his civil liberties at the Free Trade Area of the Americas
demonstrations in 2003. See "Lippman is a national
treasure," -- L.A. Herald-Examiner. "Viciously funny" -- The Guardian.

The world’s only known singing CIA agent, George Shrub, will be provided equal time
to present the hidden charms of torture, conquest and lies.

Visit and for audio and video samples
of the show.

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