This one got me in touch with my art school days.
Thanks Prof Bopple!
“ Oodles of charm… and some truly catchy musical numbers ” – Chicago Tribune
“A nifty little score” – Chicago Tribune
“improbable plot twists” – The Reader
ONLY THREE MORE SHOWS LEFT. SUNDAYS AT 8PM. MAIN THEATER AT THE ANNOYANCE!
In honor of Apes Season 8 and Merica!
Wolf in wolf’s clothing.
Another visual interpretation of the Harold.
Zobes are meant to be lobes at the top for the opening. Never heard it described that way.
Hell cab? Our car set piece for Lady Mechanics: The Musical.
I love Jeremy’s sense of humor in his art. His paintings are on view at the Green Eye bar in Wicker Park.
Ship or DIE! Aliens have arrived on earth and they’ve got all the answers to humanity’s problems, along with serious superior firepower, and some i…
My voice is featured in this audio play by Aisha Leverett.
The first rule of improvisation is AGREE. Always agree and SAY YES. When you’re improvising, this means you are required to agree with whatever your partner has created. So if we’re improvising and I say, “Freeze, I have a gun,” and you say, “That’s not a gun. It’s your finger. You’re pointing your finger at me,” our improvised scene has ground to a halt. But if I say, “Freeze, I have a gun!” and you say, “The gun I gave you for Christmas! You bastard!” then we have started a scene because we have AGREED that my finger is in fact a Christmas gun.
Pop a squat on a campfire log, listeners. Wolf has been telling me stories since shortly after I moved to Chicago, and I couldn’t have been happier to have him weaving tales with me on MBSing.
My friend Mary Beth is such a kind person to do this and it was a lot of fun. I might have revealed too much about my laundry habit.
Rollin’ along on the train!