We Had a Grand Time, Didn’t We, Kid?
(Ramon Carver). An excerpt from the Long Fringe piece playing at Salvage Vanguard Theatre through February 3. This upbeat musical retrospective features Ramon Carver, whose plays have been produced off-Broadway (Samuel Beckett Theatre), in West Hollywood (Charlie Chaplin’s CAST Theatre), in San Francisco (ACT Theatre), and elsewhere.
Slumming University Style,
by Tommy LeVrier. Black comedy of famous playwright doing a workshop where she does nothing. Participants turn on her and drive her mad with appearances by James Brown, Marie Antoinette, and General Douglas MacArthur!
Two Guys From Yonkers,
by Bob Olmstead and Paul Normandin. Improvised short stories that explore life, relationships and the value of a crappy shot of tequila. From a small bar in Yonkers to anywhere and back again, in 25 minutes or less . . .TGFY is a two-man, short-form, narrative, improvisational format show designed to delight and entertain, while occasionally touching your heart along the way.
by Estevan Daniel Ochoa Labrado. A ritual that manifests the creative and destructive power of love. Directed by Alexis Arredondo. Featuring Christopher Acosta as Shadow and Estevan Labrado as Light.
My 1966 & 1967 Seasons With The Houston Astros,
written and performed by Ken Webster. Award-winning actor/director Ken Webster explains his strange obsession with the 1966 & 1967 Astros. Webster's Twitter Feed @1968Astros
started as a diary of the 1966 Houston Astros season as seen through the eyes of Webster's favorite player from childhood, John Bateman. The diary, part fact and part fiction, has been featured in several stories by sportswriters. Webster describes how he became an amateur historian chronicling his favorite team and the years 1966 and 1967.