Showing posts from January, 2021

Review: This "Dog Act" is Best in Show

  Dog Act Written by Liz Duffy Adams Directed by Erin Cronican Presented by The Seeing Place Theater Live via Zoom Saturday, January 30th and Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 (7pm EST) Streaming via YouTube Tuesday to Saturday after each live performance, February 2-12, 2021 The ensemble. Image courtesy Kampfire PR The Seeing Place Theater (TSP) continues its 10th season, themed around "The Body Politic," with Liz Duffy Adams's Dog Act . This linguistically virtuosic post-apocalyptic mix of humor and pathos debuted in 2004, but its radically destabilized climate and murderously tribalized world maps flawlessly onto our current anxieties. TSP is presenting Dog Act as a benefit for the Food Pantry at St Clement's NYC and is also hosting a free talkback, "Action Steps for Surviving Hardship in an Uncertain World," via Zoom on Thursday, February 4 at 7pm with both the playwright and licensed therapist Tracy Sidesinger (register for the talkback using this link ).

News: Keith and The Girl podcast Announces 24-hour Online Comedy Marathon on January 30

  Photo credit: Phil Provencio Legendary Queens-based podcasting duo Keith and The Girl will be holding their annual 24-hour comedy marathon beginning Saturday, January 30 @ 3pm EST, as more than 50 of their fans’ favorite guests will make appearances to celebrate their 16th year of podcasting. The entire program will be conducted remotely, with hosts Keith Malley and Chemda broadcasting from their homes. Viewers around the world can tune in for free on the Keith and The Girl YouTube channel . Keith and The Girl (KATG) is a fast-paced comedy podcast that records five days a week in New York City. The show takes the form of a daily conversation about relationships, comedy, current events and more. Keith and The Girl began in March 2005, making it one of the longest-running podcasts in existence. “You guys got me started to begin with,” praises WTF host Marc Maron. “You were the original podcast people.” Keith and The Girl has an expansive and loyal audience, and Keith and The Girl fans

News: For Her B-Day Weekend, Sour Grapes' Genny Yosco Gifts Audiences with a Slate of Live Virtual Shows

Sour Grapes Productions Co-Founder Genny Yosco has announced a slate of live virtual shows this weekend: JANUARY 15th, 7pm EST:  SILENT BUT DEADLY: A Mime Experience On Friday January 15th (Yosco's birthday!) at 7pm, the newest virtual installment of SILENT BUT DEADLY: A Mime Experience comes to screens near you. Following the overwhelming support the mimes got for their previous virtual endeavors, they are unfortunately back and here to bother you all once again. "They have modernized Mime in a way that we haven’t seen before but we really hope to see again... Their devotion to craziness is just downright what we need in our lives right now," raves the Young-Hozwe Theatre Journal . The show is free for everyone to watch here: The show can be re-watched any time! JANUARY 16th, 7pm ES T:  A Midsummer Night Stream This is the premiere of the sequel to im ur hamlet ., titled A Midsummer Night Stream . As you may already know, im u