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‘tinydangerousfun’ – Jan. 29th, 2013

 

Andy Sapora and John Leo begin the show.

Andy Sapora and John Leo begin the show – Andy’s upset because John’s “on his side”

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Gio Gaynor tells an absurd story.

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Adam Torres tears up the room with his funny comedy.

 

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Solomon the Peculiarist, baffling us with her magic! 

 

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Solomon’s audience volunteer was pretty great too!
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Audience member plugs something while holding the Community Plug…

 

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The `Speare Bearer blows us away with his One-Man Street Shakespeare 

 

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The best performer tinyDANGEROUSfun has EVER had on it’s stage, EVER (John Leo’s note) : Jim Moore

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The 13th Act are super good!

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Alexandra Tatarsky is a heart-wretchedly funny, singing “mound.”

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 Michelle Mazzarino hits us hard with some FUNNY stand up.

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 The goofy musical duo of PepperJill & Jack close the show with a swingin’ Beatles mashup. 

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Thanks to Sophie for taking photographs of the show before Intermission.

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Next tinyDANGEROUSfun! will be February 26th!

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Vaudevisuals Interview with Director Jon Stancato and Actor Dave Droxler

The current production of The Stolen Chair Theatre Company is an adaptation of Victor Hugo's THE MAN WHO LAUGHS. The production is running from Jan 31st to Feb 24th at the Urban Stages. I interviewed the director Jon Stancato and the lead actor Dave Droxler after the show. Jon talks about the inspiration for and process of directing this play and Dave discusses some of his training for the show and a few of the people that were instrumental in inspiring him to delve into silent films and silent acting.
The play is staged as a 'silent film' with live piano and title projections. No words are spoken during the performance but it is a delightful experience due to the talent of the actors, director and the ensemble that made it all happen. The adaptation is by Kiran Rikhye. The original score was by Eugene Ma.
Interview originally appeared @ https://vaudevisuals.com
For information about this show/company go to: http://stolenchair.org