Together Apart: The Live Convo (“A Guided Conversation About Love & Relationships”)

Chris “Kazi” Rolle
in association with
GeeDabarber, MVMT, Department Of Motivated Vehicles,
RA Management, The Mocha Manual, Knapps, Burrows Ink & Lanier Global Group
present
Together Apart: The Live Convo (“A Guided Conversation About Love & Relationships”)


Come and enjoy a short movie screening, stand up comedy, live music, spoken word, improvisational skits and a fun guided conversation about love and relationships. This 4 hour variety style production, is open to everyone over 21 years old. Females and males are welcome. The LGBT community is also welcomed and encouraged to attend.


Topic: The Ego ( His & Hers)
Date: Saturday, November 28th
Time: 5-9pm
Location: Brooklyn Nights
Address: 497 DeKalb Ave
Cross Blocks: (bet. Bedford & Skillman St.)
Borough: Brooklyn
Direction: (click here)

Event Schedule:

  • 5 – 6pm: Happy Hour/Game Time/Film Screening:
  • 6 – 7pm: Guided Conversation & Live Performances
  • 7 – 8pm: Improv & Crowd Participation
  • 8 – 9pm: Expert Advise
  • 9 – Until: Mingle/Network& Afterparty

A Dynamic Exclusive Event With:

‚ Adult games
‚ Short film clips
‚ Resource list
‚ Free admission
‚ Live entertainment
‚ Special guests

Hosted by: Chris ‘Kazi’ Rolle (www.chriskazirolle.com)
Filmed by: Transcendent Entertainment
Produced by: Momentum Multimedia
Music by: Special Guest DJ
Get there early…Seating on a first come, first serve basis.

Guided Conversation Questions:

1. What exactly is ego, and, how does it help or hurt our relationship?
2. Is a woman’s egos bigger than a man’s?
3. Why does an educated and independent woman make some men feel intimidated and insecure?
4. Does the independent “I don’t need no man” type woman contribute to her single status?
5. If she makes more money and is more educated, what does she need him for?
6. Is a man’s ego so fragile that a woman needs to walk on egg shells to be in a relationship with him?
7. Does being the bread winner automatically make you the head of the household?
8. If men and women love each other, why do we say and do things that hurt each other?
9. Your question here…..


See you there:)

P.S. Get there early. Seating on a first come, first serve basis.
For more info or to RSVP (click here)

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