Okay… here’s my new thing. I make ties. I started with cute short girl ties (pictured below) and over the weekend I made my first full scale version (that’s me wearing it right there.) I really like the short ones but the standard length is fun too. Who wants one? I’ll make one special just for you or the person/thing of your choice.
The lovely folks behind Sunday Night Improv invited me back…
This Sunday night July 3rd at 7pm – Soter/Lee Blackbox Theatre – 236 W. 78th Street RSVP – 212.353.7716 Tix are $10
My friend Larry has started filming some episodes of his story “Whose Life Is This Anyway?” and I am in episode 3 playing a real estate broker who is trying to get her hoarder friend Marc to empty his apartment so it can be sold. We had not planned on filming the episode that day but everyone in the scene happened to be at Larry’s store so with some coaching from Larry we improvised this. I hope you like it.
so many zombies!!! see them swarm Bedford Ave here.
Get thee to the Soter/Lee Black Box Theater at 236 W 78th Street (just off Broadway)
this Sunday night – May 1st at 7pm
Tickets are $10 – RSVP: 212.353.7716
more info at: www.sundaynightimprov.com
This gem of a film made by John Keel and Ed Lord follows John Keel (notorious teetotaler) playing a drunkard staggering through the streets of Manhattan and through MoMA. It’s god-damned-brilliant! Coming in at just over 12 minutes, we chopped her into two parts.
For more on John, please visit his tribute site here.
John Keel and Doug Skinner