Thursday, November 26, 2009

Happy Thanksgiving

Im so thankful for all the laughs I've enjoyed watching my favorite improv groups perform. It really has lifted my spirits. I have met some pretty awesome and inspirational people this year.
I cant move very much right now due to the amount of food I have ingested, but I can still manage a simple blog entry to say thanks. You all have made my year "good-fun".

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Where's my Comedy Partner?

People ask me all the time. "When are you gonna form an improv group?" At the risk of sounding elitist...I dont form a group, because I have high standards, and I'm waiting to find the person or people who meet those standards. Now, before anyone calls me an egotistical snob.... I am NOT talking about talent. Yes, I do expect a moderate level of talent from my performance partners, but beleive me-that bar is pretty low.
Rather, what I am talking about is my expectations for peoples behavior OUTSIDE of performing.
Heavy drug users and alcoholics need not apply firstly. But what i find most common in potential performance partners is their disregaurd of common courtesy in replying to calls and emails or text messages. If it takes me sending eleven emails to you in order to get ONE do I think you will be when it comes time to communicate details about shows, rehearsals etc?
Obviously, I have respect and admiration for your talent-or I wouldnt be interested in moving forward in any artistic venture with you. But if getting a hold of you, and scheduling meetings, and bending over backwards to accomodate your availability, proves to be too much a chore...its a sign to me that I probably would be better off with someone who is easier to communicate with. Isnt it strange with so many more avenues for communication (emails, text, cell phones etc.) that some people still take weeks to respond? That kind of casualness in responding is not what i am looking for in a serious artistic partner.
So-until I find those people...I will wait patiently. No rush, no hurry. Dont jump into the sack with the first gal or guy that comes along...because when Mr. or Mrs. Right comes along-you want to be available. Peace Love.

Friday, November 20, 2009

New Podcast guest preparation begins

No, I'm not naming names...yet. But the initial contact has been made, and shortly we will be able to officially anounce who the next guest on the Improv Frog Podcast will be.
Hopefully you folks will enjoy the guest(s) that I have chosen.
Until I can officially announce....STAY TUNED.

Wednesday, November 18, 2009

the Apple Sisters perform in Las Vegas 27 NOV.

The Apple Sisters. (A.K.A. Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson and Sarah Lowe.) Perform at the Stage Door Theater at Town Square-6587 S. Las Vegas Blvd. Las Vegas 89118, on November 27th at 10 pm.
These gals are amazing performers, and the show "Thanks for the Stuffing." is critically aclaimed, and award winning.
The show is ONE NIGHT ONLY.

To check out the gals, go to

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

The Last Men on Earth Podcast has been published.

The sound quality is low on the actual interview part, so bump up the volume to suit your comfort level.
Use the links at the bottom of the page to access the podcast.

Mike and Anthony pictures are also available at my webpage

enjoy the podcast.

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Last Men on Earth will Debut

Ok, I finally got Anthony and Mike from The Last Men on Earth to sit down and re-podcast, months after I messed up the origial podcast in the editing bay.
Mike and Anthony was fun and insightful, and true to their healthy lifestyle, refused to eat the cupcakes that I put out for them to eat. They did walk off with the bottled water I provided each of them.
I got the podcast. In the next few days I will edit and publish.
Thanks thanks thank thanks thanks for hanging in while I was in a holding pattern. I really wanted Anthony and Mike to be my first improv group interview, so I was was holding off on anyothers until I got them in the can.
Hope everyone had a nice Holloween and now we can move forward to the REAL holiday...Thanksgiving!
My Aunt is the best cook in Las Vegas, dont be a hater!
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