Performer you should know
Lifetime TV, which launched some three decades ago as the “network for women”, (as in real life desperate housewives) has grown into a platform which is unafraid to tell real life stories that the major networks no longer have the guts to address. Lifetime has, on occasion, presented in-house productions
Yesterday (1/30), Prof and his entire tour’s van was robbed in Santa Cruz. They lost almost $30k in equipment, money, and personal items. We’re all about helping the little guy, kick them a few bucks as they have no plans of stopping the tour. https://www.gofundme.com/prof-co-van-robbery-fund He’s known as an Animal, Ghost,
People move to New York for a lot of reasons. Work, curiosity, boredom, a burning desire to be the best damn subway mime in the fucking country… all sorts of things call out to people. For me, one of the things that drew me here was that I generally feel
The ‘Comedian you should know series’ is about celebrating artists on stage. The wonderful, strange, and brilliant performers that light up our theaters, auditoriums, clubs, and sidewalks. A kick-ass, all-female comedy team, has done something interesting, they’ve collaborated with kickstarter to pre-sell tickets to the shows on their tour. Meet Kaytlin Bailey of Cake Comedy,
In every “I quit!” fantasy, there’s the part where you unleash a string of expletives at your boss, at your co-workers, and even at the intern who can never get your coffee order right (Laura). But what if you could be as profane and as in-the-face of everyone as you
Val Kilmer is standing on the stage of the Clay Theater and his microphone won’t work. He slumps over, hanging his arms, the classic representation of comical dejection. From the packed house comes a feminine voice, shouting: “I’m your huckleberry!” Without missing a beat, Kilmer mimes and mouths back: “No,
Looking for answers to the affordable housing crisis we spoke to an expert on preserving safe, legal, and permanent spaces for artists. C.A.S.T is the nonprofit that preserved SF Luggage Store Gallery and got the creative incubator known as CounterPulse a permanent spot.