FAQs: “I FÜÇKÈD YOUR COUNTRY”

For the Audience

1. What is I Füçkèd Your Country?
2. What’s with the swearing?
3. When and where can I see the show?
4. Who is Twanna?
5. What is FUNKY BROWN CHICK®?
6. How much are tickets and where can I buy them?
7. Can I help out with the show?

 

For Members of the Press

8. Where are press photos, Twanna’s bio, and other materials?
9. Who’s the press contact for I Füçkèd Your Country?
10. How can I interview Twanna?

 

For Sexual Health Organizations

11. How much is an ad in the show’s playbill/program?
12. What kind of in-kind donations can I send I Füçkèd Your Country?

 

For People Interested in Working on the Show

13. Volunteer opportunities

I Fucked Your Country


For the Audience

What is I Füçkèd Your Country?

It’s #SexEd for adults. Twanna grew up in Mississippi, lost her virginity in England, and slept her way through Europe. Laugh and learn during this theatrical storytelling show from an award-winning educator and columnist. Play trivia. Win exciting prizes!

I Füçkèd Your Country features Twanna A. Hines and is presented by FUNKY BROWN CHICK® at Goethe-Institut as part of the 9th Annual Capital Fringe Festival, a program of the Washington, DC nonprofit Capital Fringe.

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What’s with the swearing?

Oh, that’s just the show’s title. Tango magazine says Twanna “manages to be edgy and raw without crossing into obscenity.” Besides, if we’re gonna be serious about #SexEd for adults, we can talk to each other like adults. It’s okay if we swear occasionally.

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When and where can I see the show?

See I Füçkèd Your Country at Goethe Institut – Main Stage (812 7th Street NW, Washington, DC):

Friday, 7/11/2014 at 10:30 PM   **NO MORE TICKETS AVAILABLE**
Wednesday, 7/16/2014 at 6:00 PM
Saturday, 7/19/2014 at 8:15 PM
Thursday, 7/24/2014 at 6:30 PM
Sunday, 7/27/2014 at 2:30 PM

Take Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro stop’s 7th and H Street Exit, or drive and park at one of the nearby parking lots.

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Who is Twanna?

Twanna A. Hines, M.S., (www.twannahines.com) is an award-winning educator and a sex columnist for Metro International newspapers’ U.S. editions. Her column prints in New York City, Philadelphia, and Boston. She has also contributed to CNN, NPR, Sirius, TimeOut New York, Lifetime, Mashable, New York Press, Fast Company magazine, the Huffington Post, CBC (Canadian National Radio), and Al Jazeera.

In Europe, Twanna has been featured in Sweden’s Ottar magazine, a textbook by Denmark’s oldest and largest publishing house Gyldendal Uddannelse, and on the French TV station Paris Première.

An American who has lived in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, Amsterdam, and The Hague, Twanna speaks English and Dutch fluently.

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What is FUNKY BROWN CHICK®?

FUNKY BROWN CHICK® (www.funkybrownchick.com) is the creative home of award-winning American educator Twanna A. Hines, M.S. It features humorous stories, sexual health facts, and news about fun events to promote judgment-free, more inclusive sexual health education through media arts. Fractured Atlas, America’s largest 501(c)(3) public charity for the arts, fiscally sponsors FUNKY BROWN CHICK®.

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How much are tickets and where can I buy them?

Tickets cost: $17 USD, approx. €12 or £10 each. Buy tickets. If you like Groupon, group sex, group sales, or whatever, get discounts for groups of 10 people or 20 people.

Head’s up: Fringe will ask you to grab a fringe button for the festival if you don’t already have one.

By phone:
1.866.811.4111

Online:
Buy tickets by stroking and swyping your keyboard until the tickets cum.

In person:
Buy tickets at the main Festival Box Office located at Fort Fringe, 607 New York Ave, NW, WDC 20001. Same-day, rush tickets may be available at the venue (Goethe-Institut) two hours before curtain for any show that hasn’t already sold out.

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Can I help out with the show?

Be a volunteer usher. No prior experience necessary, but a passion for escorting sexy people to their seats is warmly welcome. Email fringe@funkybrownchick.com to sign up.

You’ll get a ticket to the show and an I Füçkèd Your Country t-shirt. You’ll also get free condoms, lube, or other safer sex goodies from our sponsors.

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For Members of the Press

Where can I find Twanna’s bio, press photos, and other overview materials?

Download the Media Advisory for full details about the show.

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Who should I contact for my complimentary I Füçkèd Your Country press pass?

The festival handles all press bookings centrally. Please contact the festival’s publicist, Laura Gross, directly at 202.207.3645 or via email at press@capitalfringe.org.

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Can I interview Twanna?

Twanna is available for newspaper, radio, podcast, and television interviews in English, Dutch, and the international language of love. For the fastest response times, hit her up on Twitter (@funkybrownchick) or via cell/text (917-720-2307).

You can also reach her team via email at fringe@funkybrownchick.com.

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For Sexual Health Organizations

How much is an ad in the show’s house program?

Full Page
5.5″ (width) X 8.5″ (height) – $500

Half page

4.75″ (width) X 3.5” (height) – $250

For more details, get in touch via email at fringe@funkybrownchick.com.

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What kind of in-kind donations can I send I Füçkèd Your Country?

We received so many books, lube, toys, language classes, condoms, toys, and pens that we are no longer accepting giveaways. If you would like to make a financial contribution to FUNKY BROWN CHICK to cover the ongoing costs of producing the show, visit funkybrownchick.com/donate for more information.

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For People Interested in Working on the Show

Volunteer opportunities

Be an usher. Details above.

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