As I was showing my friend Matt the lobby of the “Daily Planet” this morning, I happened to look down on the floor, and there I saw a marker for Addis Ababa! For you non-Superman fans, Addis Ababa was where a kryptonite meteorite crashed and subsequently stolen by Lex Luthor. I can’t believe all the
When your birthday falls on a monday, the only thing you can do is make a weekend out of it. And a weekend it was. It started Saturday at the Rogue to watch the Huskers get beat by the Long Horns. Okay, not off to a very good start. But while we we losing,
Saw Murder in the Cathedral on Sunday with my friend Rob. It’s a play written by T.S. Eliot about the final days of Thomas Beckett. The site specific production played at the St. Joseph church in Brooklyn. The architecture is amazing. I took a few pics of the interior….
We opened our newest show in NYC last night at (le) Poisson Rouge, a great music/performance venue downtown. We had a one night performance up at ART in Boston, which played to a smaller crowd, around 20 or so. But here, despite the big rainstorm outside, it was packed! We had hula hoop girls perform
Here’s a story about our show that appeared on the Forbes blog. We’re back with a new show this fall! Coming off the heels of last year’s workshop which served as a proof of concept, we got a lot of interest and good feedback from our audience. This week, our newest show titled “Google Rising”