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Vaudevisuals interview with “Clown Band”

Clown Band is Becca Bernard, Alex Ortwein, and Julia Register. They will be performing on Sept 20th at the NY Clown Theater Festival. An evening of Clown Cabaret. Here Alex and Becca talk about their work and music.

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The New York Clown Theatre Festival 2018

For schedule and tickets go here!

Featuring the following shows:

FREE PREVIEW CABARET SHOW!

September 5, 2018

See a free preview of upcoming festival shows and more!

60 minutes

Wednesday, September 5 @ 7pm

Free!

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Free Participatory Indoor Pie Fight

September 3, 2018

Join the pie fight! And remember: it is better to give than to receive!

Monday, September 3rd @ 3pm

Free!

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Dynamics of Clown

September 4, 2018

A free lecture by Jon Davison from London Clown School.

www.jondavison.net

60 minutes

Tuesday, September 4 @ 7pm

Free!

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CLOWN CABARET – Sept 20th 

Short works of clown artists and more!

Participants include:

Drifting Off, created & performed by Beth Leonard & Sarah Pope aka SarahBesque & Bethford

Curios by Phyllis Chen, performed by Margaret Leng Tan

Clown Band, performed by Becca Bernard, Alex Orthweinand Julia

The NY Office of the Professions is Trying to Kill Me, created by Amanda Erin Miller, directed by Carol Lee Sirugo.

and more!!

60 minutes

September 20, @ 7pm

$20.

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Angela Delfini Explains It All For You: A ¾-Woman Show

September 8 – 23, 2018  

Created by Angela Delfini & John Towsen

Straight from Barcelona, Toronto, and La Spezia, meet Italy’s greatest export, personality pioneer Dr. Angela Delfini, and her nervous but brave subject, Estrella. Join them on a clownesque five-step recovery program full of unique challenges and you-can’t-go-home-again transformations. Can the maniacally confident Delfini get the stuck-in-beta Estrella to dance and laugh her way to version 2.0 and beyond?? Probably, but not without your help!

“Amazing talent” — La Stampa (Torino, Italy)

60 minutes

Saturday, September 8 @ 7pm
Tuesday, September 11 @ 7pm
Sunday, September 23 @ 2pm

$20

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Cheeks

September 6 – 23, 2018

Written and performed by Lee Minora
Directed by Scott Sheppard

Lady Elizabeth Edwards has been making art in solitude. You are the first people she’s seen in a decade- and you are a complete disappointment! This is CHEEKS: a brutal clown show that melds contemporary stand-up bouffon clown and hands-on audience play. Laugh through your fear while this one-woman beast sucks the marrow from your funny bone all while taking on the tropes of our most revered female artists. No one is safe in this weapons-grade comedy, where everything is up for grabs – except her p*ssy. CHEEKS is Jane Austen with a handgun.

leeminora.wixsite.com/leeminora

60 minutes

Thursday, September 6 @ 7pm
Friday, September 21 @ 7pm
Saturday, September 22 @ 5pm

$20

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Is Dead

September 17 – 19, 2018

Created & performed by Anka Wojtkowiak-Williams (Poland) and Jim Williams (USA)

Liquidmime is Polish clown duo Jim Williams and Anka Wojtkowiak-Williams, whose characters exist in a live-action comic world. Liquidmime combines mime, clown, sound effects, puppetry, improvisation, and a healthy dose of “black and red” humor into hilarious, thought-provoking sketches.

‘Is dead’ (in Polish: “Nie zyje”) dives boldly headfirst into the topic of death, from overprotective mothers to modern work-a-day life, to the true hazards of smoking, touching on situations everyone can relate to but few dare to speak of.

Winner of the grand prize and audience choice award at the 27th edition of PAKA and the 32nd edition of Lidzbark Evening of Humor and Satire, and the 5th edition of SZPAK comedy festival, ‘Is Dead’ will make its premiere in the United States at the New York Clown Theater Festival.

Anka Wojtkowiak-Williams is a trained pantomime actress, clown, and performer. She began her career with Teatr Formy, performing in Poland and abroad. She is also a member of IMPROKRACJA, one of the premier improv groups in Poland. When she is not performing on stage, Anka is Artistic Director and works as a professional Medical Clown as part of Czerwone Noski – Klown w Szpitalu (Polish branch of Red Noses International).

Jim Williams is a professional performer, actor, writer, clown, mime, and stand-up comedian. He began performing internationally when he was 21 and has worked with such groups as KAPOOT (Chicago, IL, USA), Chicago Clown Care Unit of the Big Apple Circus, and Interkunst (Berlin, Germany). As a stand-up comedian, Jim performs across Poland and Europe both in English and in Polish. He is also the national trainer and works as a professional Medical Clown as part of Czerwone Noski – Klown w Szpitalu.

60 minutes

Monday, September 17 @ 7 pm
Wednesday, September 19 @ 7 pm

$20

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Jeff and Buttons Entertain an Audience

Bankrukt Productions

September 13 – 17, 2018

Created and performed by Jeff Seal and Chris Manley.

Jeff and Buttons will entertain their audience by performing their new show entitled J“eff and Buttons Entertain An Audience. ” Their show consists of lots of new but also some old material which will be performed for an audience with the express purpose of entertaining said audience. It should be an entertaining night of performing!

“Jeff and Buttons had me laughing so hard that I was literally wheezing.” – The Happiest Medium

“Their material is so stupid it becomes profound and refreshing” – MaskedArts.com

60 minutes

Thursday, September 13 @ 7pm
Sunday, September 15 @ 4pm
Monday, September 17 @ 9pm

$20

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Look at What We Found

September 5 – 8, 2018

Created & performed by Tommy Galan, Kasey Pearl-Lee, Christina Perry, Amber Largent & Lauren Flynn

Look At What We Found is a theatrical improvised clown performance that invites the audience into a world where they can let go of their rigid adult lives, surrender to play, and find the joy and magic they left behind as children. The clowns begin with the stage and theater as their blank canvas, and with one brush stroke of stupidity at a time they build a tapestry of games, play, interaction and fun. Together, clowns and audience will Look At What We Found!

www.LookAtWhatWeFound.com

60 minutes

Wednesday, September 5 @ 9 pm
Saturday, September 8 @ 3 pm

$20

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Melon Head

Unkonscious Kollectiv

September 10 – 12, 2018

Created & performed by Helen Gutowski

This is a performance in which the clown, named Melon Head, does indeed have a melon on her head. She tries to get it off in hilariously bizarre ways, eventually succeeding with a prat-fall. Later, she encounters 2 other fruits and uses these items in unusual and silly ways, ultimately exemplifying the joy of play, the fun of fruits and veggies, and that love is really awesome.

30 minutes

Monday, September 10 @ 7pm
Wednesday, September 12 @ 8pm

$15

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The Mysterious Magical Brandishers of Magic!

Monkey Do International

September 15 – 18, 2018

Primary Artist: Written/Created/Performed by Pratik Motwani (India), James Peck (UK), Sarah Peters (USA).

The Mysterious Magical Brandishers of Magic! is a Daredevil Style Freak Show performed by a hilariously mystical, intercontinental and intergalactic clown trio. This dangerously funny clown show is packed with mysteriously hilarious physical comedy that uses the ancient art of sorcery as means to tickle your funny bones. A magical world in which the spectacular successes and epic failure’s serve only one purpose – Laughter and Entertainment of the audience. The show involves amusingly bemusing mass hypnosis and precariously hilarious audience participation in acts such as The Board of Doom, The Bed of Nail and The Balls of Steel!

www.brandishersofmagic.com

60 minutes

Saturday, September 15 @ 6pm

Sunday, September 16 @ 1pm
Tuesday, September 18 @ 7pm

$20

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A Terrible Show for Terrible People

September 8 – 12, 2018

Created & performed by Bonnie He.

A Terrible Show for Terrible People is a raunchy and rambunctious solo clown performance that is both boner- and vomit-inducing.

In her East Coast premiere at the NY Clown Theatre Festival, physical comedian Bonnie He takes the audience on a flirtatious journey from death to rebirth, opening a voyeuristic window into personal tragedy, triumph, and titillation. Mostly titillation. TIT-illation.

The show is nonverbal but fiercely interactive. The audience is complicit, and that’s what makes A Terrible Show so riveting: you’re not just watching a show – you’re participating in the destruction of common decency.

30 minutes

Saturday, September 8 @ 5 pm
Monday, September 10 @ 9 pm
Wednesday, September 12 @ 7 pm

$15

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Trapped

September 14 – 16, 2018

Performed, created and directed by Inda Pereda.

Inda Pereda’s hilarious one-man show uses physical comedy, sound, and mime to build a wild, imaginary dreamscape bound up in exciting, ridiculous and grotesque situations -*ahem* emergency operations, unusual body musicals, the happy birth of mutant beings – and populated by a host of crazy universal characters – *err* annoyed Japanese samurais and happy cows.

Through sheer spectacle and audience participation, TRAPPED unlocks a place where surreal worlds converge with nonsense, where irreverent moments lead to transcendent beauty.

www.indapereda.com

“Inda Pereda made me giggle, snort, guffaw and squirm around in my seat. What a fun show. Go!” RED BASTARD

60 minutes

Friday, September 14 @ 7pm
Saturday, September 15 @ 2pm
Sunday, September 16, @ 5pm

$20

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Yay, America!

September 8 – 16, 2018

Directed by Elizabeth Baron 
Performed by Kaitlin Kaufman.

When the country feels like it’s going to shit, politicians are corrupt out of their butts and everything on our newsfeed makes us feel nauseous and/or constipated, it’s time we turn to poets like Penelope for answers. Penelope is a naive, vibrant, affable, surprisingly aggressive, toe-tapping clown who is in intense love and extremely angry at her country. She’s over the ol’ U.S. of A and its veiled promises and pledges. In a surprisingly loving patriotic foray, Penelope delivers an imaginative, universal spectacle about levity through anger, forgiveness through pain, pride through shame, connection through fear that straight-up defibrillates our human hearts.

40 minutes

Saturday, September 8 @ 1pm
Tuesday, September 11 @ 9pm
Sunday, September 16 @ 3pm

$20

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WORKSHOPS

(Very) Physical Comedy Workshop

September 15 – 16, 2018

Taught by John Towsen!

For all those who want to make their comedy more physical or their physicality funnier, a crash course in physical comedy vocabulary and its application for clowns, actors, mimes, dancers, and circus & variety artists. You will be introduced to a wide variety of slapstick skills centered around your own physicality, playing with partners, and reimagining the world of objects, as chairs, tables, hats, coats, plates, and doors take on new life in your comedic hands. We’ll combine these techniques with character, gag structure, and story to create new comedy material. Rare archival video footage will be screened, and resources for further exploration of physical comedy will be provided. Some performance experience and a reasonably sound body highly recommended, but all ages, body types, and levels of experience welcome.

JOHN TOWSEN is the founder and director of the New York City Physical Comedy Lab and was a founder and artistic director of the first NY Clown-Theatre Festival. He is widely recognized as an author, director, producer, performer, and teacher in clown, physical comedy, and allied arts. He has toured shows nationally and internationally and has taught full-length courses at Princeton, Juilliard, and NYU, and workshops in over a dozen countries. His 1976 book, Clowns: A Panoramic History, is still considered to be the standard work on the subject, and his blog All Fall Down: The Art & Craft of Physical Comedy (physicalcomedy.blogspot.com), is widely read by practitioners in the field.

Saturday & Sunday, Sept. 15 and 16
10am-4pm each day

$180

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Devising and Creating Clown

September 8 – 9, 2018

London Clown School teacher Jon Davison teaches a 2-day workshop, culminating in a performance Sunday night at 6 pm!

JON DAVISON has been a clown performer, teacher, director and writer for the last 30 years. He taught clown, improvisation and acting at the Institut del Teatre de Barcelona from 1996-2006 when he became a co-founder of the Escola de Clown de Barcelona.

From 2007-2010 he was an AHRC-funded Creative Fellow investigating contemporary clown/actor training at Central School of Speech and Drama, where he obtained his Ph.D. in Clown Performance Practice and is now Visiting Lecturer.

He has performed at festivals, theatres, tents, streets and bars throughout Europe, and is currently artistic director of the clown/circus/pantomime company Stupididity.

He has published two books, Clown: Readings in Theatre Practice (2013) and Clown Training – a practical guide (2015), both with Palgrave Macmillan. He runs the London Clown School, the only provider of regular clown workshops in the UK currently.

Saturday, September 8 from 10 am to 4 pm
Sunday, September 9 from 10 am to 4 pm

$180

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Clown Funeral

September 23, 2018

Mourn the passing of the clown festival. Bear it if you can. It died too young. Will any eulogy suffice?

60 minutes

Sunday, September 23 @ 3pm

Free!

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2016 NY Clown Theater Festival – “Clown Cabaret” – Sept 2, 2016

2016 NY Clown Theater Festival

September 2 through 18th, 2016 at The Brick Theater

“Clown Cabaret”

Hosted by Tanya Solomon

Tanya Solomon performing at NY Clown Theater FestivalTanya Solomon hosted the evening’s variety clown cabaret and opened with some magic.

Rich Potter performing at the 2016 NY Clown Theater FestivalRich Potter performing an excerpt from his show “God! The One-Man Show“.

2016.09.02.ClwnFest_066Penelope the Clown performs a cute and very silly ROFL Flowers.

One Lonely Chunk performing at the 2016 NY Clown Theater FestivalOne Lonely Chunk (Kim Kaiser) performs a routine that ‘read the future’ and could change the future.

Joe Galan performs at the 2016 NY Clown Theater FestivalJoe Galan performed a ‘dark’ and comical take on pill popping and suicide.

2016.09.02.ClwnFest_172SarahBesque’s show “SarahNDipity” excerpt involved 2 audience members helping in the antics.

Bill Shannon performing at the 2016 NY Clown theater FestivalBill Shannon performed an excerpt from his show “Just Clowning Around”.

Becca Bernard performing at the 2016 NY Clown Theater FestivalBecca Bernard performing an excerpt from her show “The Fainting Room”.

2016.09.02.ClwnFest_276Clown Cabaret performing an excerpt from their show “The Heist”.

 

2016.09.02.ClwnFest_330Les Bunheads (From Montreal) combined the grace of ballet with the slapstick of professional wrestlers.

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For tickets and information about the 2016 NY Clown Theater Festival go HERE!

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Coney Island USA presents “Dead End Dummy”

Coney Island USA has been defending the honor of American Popular Culture for years. Using innovative exhibitions, and performances. Their ‘Funhouse Philosophers‘ is the resident theater company of Coney Island USA and it is under the direction of Artistic Director Dick Zigun. It is Dick Zigun who has authored this play “Dead End Dummy”. Directed by Trav S.D. with a stellar cast. I got to photograph the OPENING NIGHT performance and also got a few video clips which are presented below. 

GO SEE IT! A ROLLER COASTER OF A SHOW…

Scott Baker in "Dead End Dummy'Scott Baker and his vent dummy Moe in “Dead End Dummy” on Opening Night.

Poor Baby Bree with Poor Baby Bree singing a song with Scott Baker and his dummy Moe close behind.

Becca Bernard performs live music with the show.Becca Bernard performs live music on piano and cello in the show.

2014.10.10_Dummy_216Scott Baker in a tense moment with his dummy Moe.

Douglas Mackrell with Scott Baker threatening him.Douglas Mackrell (playing Thomas Edison) with Scott Baker (Max) threatening him.

Scott Baker with his new companion.Scott Baker with his new companion Plugger McPat.

Trav S.D. performs as the radio DJTrav S.D. (Director of the play) performs as the radio DJ who introduces Max to the radio audience.

2014.10.10_Dummy_167Poor Baby Bree (playing Sara Hartburn) beautifully sings up a storm in the show.

2014.10.10_Dummy_145Curtain Call photo with primaries of the show. (L to R) Bree Benton, Trav S.D.(with Moe), Scott Baker, playwright Dick D. Zigun (with Plugger McPat)

CAST:

Scott Baker (Max), Bree Benton (Sara Hartburn), Douglas Mackrell (Edison), Becca Bernard (Beethoven) Arianna Geneson (Shadow), Rhiannon Schaefer (Shadow) Dick D. Zigun (Playwright), Trav S.D. (Director and DJ), Kate Dale (Scenic Designer), Marie Roberts (Art Designer), Alix Martin (Master Carpenter), Sarah Lahue (Stage Manager).

Video Excerpt with Douglas Mackrell and Scott Baker.

DEAD END DUMMY is coming to La Mama if you can’t make it to Coney Island.

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NYC Singing Telegram Service – Just in time for Valentine’s Day

I heard the bell ring and opened the door. What a wonderful surprise to see Becca Bernard and her ukelele singing a song delivered to me 'personally'.

Here is the link to her website.
http://www.valentinesdaytelegramsnyc.com/
Fees are very fair and the service is 'wonderful'!

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‘tinyDANGEROUSfun’ @ Cloud City – Sept 24th, 2013

An email was sent out to all the ‘regulars’ of tinyDANGEROUSfun that stated the following:

John Leo is getting married!!  And tinyDANGEROUSfun! has been out of commission all summer! (ever since the Sycamore bar basement got shut down by the man!)  What better way to surprise John Leo than by secretly getting the show back together in a new location?  He’ll show up thinking it’s for a date with his fiancé but then he’ll end up having to co-host the show!

Here are some photographs from the evening’s festivities!

2013.09.24._tingdngfun.028Miz Sharkey was teaching a ‘belly dancing’ class to all those that attended before the show started.

Andy Sapora warming up for the tinyDANGEROUSfun show.Andy Sapora ‘warming up’ for the covert ‘tinyDANGEROUSfun’ show.

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To Start the Evening Off – – –

Penelope Labradoodle Rockefeller dances up a storm.

2013.09.24._tingdngfun.117Penelope Labradoodle Rockefeller (Croft Vaughn) dances up a storm.

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.163Amy Virginia Buchanan had a few ‘sexy’ songs to sing for the audience.

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Tanya Solomon performing some 'ball' magic.Tanya Solomon performing some ‘ball’ magic.

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Christopher Scheer tries to fashion a 'butt' plug out of a playing card.Christopher Scheer tries to fashion a ‘butt’ plug out of a playing card.

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Derik Boik tells some great funny stories.Derik Boik tells some great funny stories.

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Becca Bernard trying to take off some clothes.Becca Bernard trying to take off some clothes.

2013.09.24._tingdngfun.278Discovering some personal assets Becca Bernard shows her amazement to audience.

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.288Jeff Seal and his partner Buttons (Chris Manley) take the stage by storm and begin their hysterical improv antics.

2013.09.24._tingdngfun.314Buttons and Jeff finish off their set with some ridiculous one-liners. 

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.333Andy Sapora and Christopher Scheer attempt to lure audience members to the stage with delicious warm cookies.

2013.09.24._tingdngfun.340After convincing several audience members to come on stage they begin to explain the 13th Act.

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.344During intermission Andy Sapora blows fire in the street.

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.388Sophie and John get tied together with a green balloon by one of the audience volunteers. 

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.392Christopher Scheer and Andy Sapora were great co-hosts at the show. (When John was resting)

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.413Jack O’Somebody (Marina Tsaplina) and Glen Raphael perform together for the first time….

2013.09.24._tingdngfun.453Jack O’ Somebody gets an audience member to dance with her an do a back bend while Glen Raphael sings.

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Barbara Anne Michaels. Jester of the PeaceBarbara Anne Michaels – Jester of the Peace brings some emotional togetherness to the audience.

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.518Zero Boy performs a new piece ‘Walking the Dog’. Sound effects master is wonderfully funny.

2013.09.24._tingdngfun.520Unhappy with what happens to the dog Zero Boy expresses it with his face.

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Christopher Scheer performs this fastest magic/burlesque act.Christopher Scheer performs the fastest magic/burlesque act.

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.572Miz Sharkey performs a ‘space-age’ burlesque piece.

2013.09.24._tingdngfun.581With her hair flying and her hands busy grasping the ‘gun’ in her lap a look of passion.

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.603Gio Gaynor prepares John Leo for his ‘transformation’ to a new man!

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.639John gets lifted up by the audience in a ‘cathartic’ experience of passing over to the other side.

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2013.09.24._tingdngfun.660tinyDANGEROUSfun co-hosts John Leo and Andy Sapora promise each other and the audience there is ‘more to come’.

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Stay informed of what is next:

 

http://www.tinydangerousfun.com/

 

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‘tinydangerousfun’ – Feb. 25th, 2013

John Leo and Andy Sapora hosting 'tinydangerousfun'.John Leo and Andy Sapora hosting ‘tinydangerousfun’.

Alexander Spitfire warmed up the house with his fire eating.Alexander Spitfire warmed up the house with his fire eating.

Agnes Olmstead nerds the house out with her burlesque routine.Agnes Olmstead nerds the house out with her burlesque routine.

Rush Hicks made the audience cringe with his sideshow antics.Rush Hicks made the audience cringe with his sideshow antics.

Becca Bernard gets her finger stuck in the fan during her fashion show.Becca Bernard gets her finger stuck in the fan during her fashion show.

John Leo and Andy Sapora joke with one another.Andy Sapora ices John Leo‘s ear. 

John and Andy offer the audience 'cookies'.John and Andy offer the audience ‘cookies.’

The 13th Act was incredible.The 13th Act was incredible.

Bobby Phobia buys a 'mail order' trick and performs it for the audience.Bobby Phobia buys a ‘mail order’ trick and performs it for the audience.

Michelle Mazzarino talks with the audience about life's issues.Michelle Mazzarino talks with the audience about life’s issues.

Malia Walsh performs amazing hula hoop act.Malia Walsh performs amazing hula hoop act.

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“tinydangerousfun” – February 28th, 2012

'tinydangerousfun' Variety show hosts John Leo and Andy SaporaStarting the evening off are the host John Leo and Andy Sapora

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The BJS

Becca Bernard (Left) and Jennifer Harder (Right) rock out Bon Jovi’s music Big Time!

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A Wonder Minute with Tanya Soloman!

Tanya Solomon wows us with her monthly magic  minute!

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Slash Coleman

Slash Coleman tells us endearing stories from his one-man show Big Plastic Heroes

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Stephen Bracco

Stephen Bracco’s marxist-clown striptease brought down the house!

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Lily fills in with a beautiful song!

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THIS IS NOT A DRILL. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.

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Song and Dance Man

Billy Bedlam, Song and Dance Man: He sings, dances AND RAPS!

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Ukulele Orchestra of Great Brooklyn

Ukulele Orchestra of Great Brooklyn, (AWESOME!) will be performing at Sycamore on March 14th! Check out video of them HERE

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TORKOVA

Torkova. Blew. Us. Away. WOW.

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NEXT SHOW IS Tuesday March 27th!

Come and over and enjoy some real ANTICS!

MORE INFO!

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‘tinydangerousfun’ Variety Showcase at the Sycamore Bar – November 30, 2010

tinydangerousfun’s contradictory hosts, John Leo & Andy Sapora

Whah?!

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Professor VindleVoss (right) and her Find (Carrie Brown and Karim Muasher)

Professor VindleVoss’ Find, finds Professor VindleVoss’ eye.

Professor VindleVoss’ Find, finds Professor VindleVoss’ BRAIN!

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Graspy McTakeItAll takes on the Thanksgiving Myth.

Graspy McTakeItAll takes on the audience!

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The Subway Sisters (Laura Cossa and Becca Bernard)

The Subway Sisters find a patient (say Ahh!)

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Aaron Lisman tells a ED support group about his ‘problem’

Aaron Lisman gets it up!

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Settin’ up the 13th Act, with audience members…

The 13th Act, in ACTION!

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Bryce Panic, Clown.

Bryce Panic finds a friend!

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Chispi El Payaso

Chispi El Payaso, in Living Color

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Danger!

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Come and see the next ‘tinydangerousfun’ at the Sycamore Bar in Jan. 2011.

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All Photographs are © 2010 Jim R. Moore