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Bathtub Jen and the Henchmen @ The Frigid Festival – March 2013

Bathtub Jen and The Henchmen

Glen Heroy, Charley Layton and Jennifer Harder performing at The Frigid Festival.

Jennifer Harder sings and plays the trumpet.Jennifer Harder plays the trumpet and sings a few songs in the show.

Glen Heroy tries to find paradise.Glen Heroy tries to find paradise with a tool of the trade and Jen is enjoying every minute.

Charley Layton looks up in disbelief at the bear.Charley Layton looks up at the height of the bear in disbelief.

Glen Heroy is hysterical as the police man.Glen Heroy is hysterical as the police man.

Bathtub Jen and the Henchmen was a riot of laughter.Bathtub Jen and the Henchmen was a riot of laughter.

Written by Jennifer Harder, Glen Heroy, Charley Layton, and David Rosen.

Directed by the Ensemble, Fight Choreography by Adam Swiderski

Bathtub Jen is based on Bathtub Jen, a character originally created by Chris Van Strander

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Canal Park Playhouse Clown Film Juggling Magic Variety Arts

Vaudevisuals Interview with Canal Park Playhouse’s Kipp Osborne

One of the most unique, intimate theatres in NY is Canal Park Playhouse. Located on the very west side of Canal Street in lower Manhattan, The Canal Park Playhouse has been presenting some of the most delightful variety arts since it opened a few years ago. Seating only 50 audience members it has a charm that reminds of of the legendary Sullivan Street Playhouse.
The producer of this venue is Kipp Osborne. His love of variety arts is reflected in the shows that he produces at his venue.

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