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Mark Gindick’s ‘WING-MAN’ at New York City College of Technology/Voorhees Theater

A potpourri of sensory sight gags mixed with a comedic battle with 21st century social media.

Mark Gindick is obsessed with meeting a companion. He uses Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and a ‘kissing booth’.

A funny and entertaining show with Mark Gindick at his best!

Mark Gindick performing in 'Wing-man'.Perusing photographs from his life as they are projected on screen for the audience.

Mark Gindick performs in "Wing-Man".In a very clever and most humorous use of media, Mark Gindick grabs an arrow off the screen to be used on stage.

Mark Gindick performing in "Wing-Man'.Taking advice from his friend Nik Wallenda, Mark sets out to be a ‘darn-devil’ of a different kind.

Many wonderful conventions are used by Mark in the show. Funny and very warm hearted physical comedy.

Mark Gindick performs in Wing ManMark’s search for a relationship becomes ‘metaphorical’ as he takes a walk with a balloon.

Mark Gindick performing in WINGMANMark performs a wonderful tribute dance to ‘Singin in the Rain’ with an amazing integrated ¬†projection.

Mark Gindick performs in WINGMANMark Gindick is caught in a ‘vortex’ of confusion as he tries to make a social connection using media.

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Many other wonderful visuals are in this show. A delightful and fun night at the theater.

For more information and tickets go here!

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The Clown Un_Mask – Mark Gindick

Mark Gindick sitting in my hallway after our long discussion about Clowns.

Mark Gindick playing an ‘air guitar’ during his one man show ‘WINGMAN’ recently performed at “Amuse Bouche 2011”.

Mark had his own idea about how to find romance in his one man show “WINGMAN”.

Mark dancing up a storm in the Big Apple Circus production of “Dance On”.

Mark has appeared in films, one-man shows and taught. Click here to find out all the goodies!

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2011 'Amuse Bouche' NY Clown Theatre Festival Clown Performing Arts Photography Variety Arts

Amuse Bouche: The NY Clown Theatre Festival – OPENING NIGHT CABARET

The Evening was hosted by The Leroy Sisters.

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Tivo la Resistance is back for more fun!

Wild and fun ventriloquist act with a never ending fake mustache.

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‘Haming it up’ for the camera, Hew Parham from Australia.

Hew Parham performs an excerpt from his show ‘Odessey Schodyssey’.

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Mark Gindick performs a feat of ‘daredevil’ magnitude in an excerpt from his show ‘Wing-Man’.

Feeling a level of achievement Mark Gindick flails his arms after swallowing a mouthful of Pop-Rocks and drinking Coke!

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Jeff Seal(foreground) and Chris Manley looking on during an excerpt form their show ‘Neon Lights’.

Chris Manley reads am audience members palm as partner Jeff Seal looks on.

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Christopher Rozzi entertaining the audience in a scene from his one-man show ‘Bezinkule’.

In the spot light is Christopher Rozzi in a wonderful verbal-voyage to places we aren’t ever going to visit again!

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Joel Jeske performing a segment which will not be part of his one-man show ‘I Have Never Done This Before’.

Joel Jeske leading the audience members in a ‘Radio City Rockettes’ type line.

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Gabriela Munoz is performing a segment from her duet show ‘Flocked’. Along with:

Audrey Crabtree performing in the same show ‘Flocked‘. Opening Thursday night!

‘Flocked’ is directed by clown/director Hilary Chaplain.

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The marvelously charming and funny duet ‘The Donovan Ensemble’ will be hosting the cabaret on Wed. Sept 14th 8pm.

Joe Kolbow and Johnnie Niel are the C0-Artistic Directors.

Also in the festival but not here are CHANNEL ONE with Emily James and Ishah Janssen-Faith and ‘Morro and Jasp GONE WILD.

Information about the festival can be had here.

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