Saturday, February 04, 2006

Funny Farts 2/3/06

1) "A Vitamin C Chanty" by The Dancing Skeletons

2) "The Gristle 'Tween Your Teeth Part Two: Blaspheme + Chastity OR Please Don't Eat The Things That You Were Not Meant To Eat" by Cool Jesse

3) "The Land of Goodbyes" by Stephen Ptacek

4) "Allusion to a Classic Film" by Evan Shenck

5) "Angel? No." by Eli Wilkinson

5.5) "If By Chance We Should Meet" by Mirri

6) "Survival of the Fittest" by Eric Landuyt

7) "Things I've Found" by Sean Shatto

8) "A Serenade" by Bobby Evers to Danielle Santangelo

9) "Bye Goodbye" by Leisure Time Tabor

10) "We Wuv Danielle This Much!!!" by Katy Baggs

11) "Battle Hym For THe Republicans" by Dick Roberts

12) "Guadalupe Goes to the Airport" by Aprille Clarke

13) "Cambus to Australia" by Adam Hahn

14) "Tonight I Fly" by Danielle Santangello

15) "Interview With Sluttangelo" Conducted by Patrick

25 Comments:

Blogger Evan Schenck said...

1) "A Vitamin C Chanty" by The Dancing Skeletons

I really like this song and the only problem I had with it was that it was too short, only a couple verses. It would have been cool if it went on for twice as long.

2) "The Gristle 'Tween Your Teeth Part Two: Blaspheme + Chastity OR Please Don't Eat The Things That You Were Not Meant To Eat" by Cool Jesse

A good piece in typical Cool Jesse fashion. I think his writing is very appealing because of the way he uses the sound of the words and their percieved meaning to craft something very different from the literal definitions.

3) "The Land of Goodbyes" by Stephen Ptacek

This was a good piece with audience participation and a message.

5) "Angel? No." by Eli Wilkinson

I think I may have messed up on the lights but I have been assured that it was no problem. In addition, Eli, I think this went fine in spite the printing difficulties. It sounded like the piece rang true for you.

5.5) "If By Chance We Should Meet" by Mirri

This was not a .5, and I thought it was very fine. The overlapping, sort of backwards narration from the various characters meshed well and foreshadowed the end of the piece in a funny way. This had genuinely good writing that displayed the jumble of confused emotions that accompanies a meeting like that.

6) "Survival of the Fittest" by Eric Landuyt

This was an okay piece.

7) "Things I've Found" by Sean Shatto

Ich habe dieses Stück Theater gut gefunden.

8) "A Serenade" by Bobby Evers to Danielle Santangelo

I totally didn't know any of the words even though I've listened to the song a million times. I thought it worked out for the best, though.

9) "Bye Goodbye" by Leisure Time Tabor

This song didn't have the same musical chops as the Vitamin C Chanty but I thought the message was equally true. I especially like the line about the weird animosity.

10) "We Wuv Danielle This Much!!!" by Katy Baggs

11) "Battle Hym For THe Republicans" by Dick Roberts

This was an extremely political piece, which I don't think we've had much of all year (except for my revolution piece at the end of last semester, which was even more political!). The song kind of dragged at the end and I personally disagree with the ethics of immediate withdrawal from Iraq, but those aren't reasons to really fault the piece.

12) "Guadalupe Goes to the Airport" by Aprille Clarke

I liked this serious piece from Aprille, because it told a very serious and compelling story via an oblique angle and with cool visual aids. There were a lot of unexpected elements to the story and the two sides of the storyline came together in a surprising and pleasing way at the end.

13) "Cambus to Australia" by Adam Hahn



14) "Tonight I Fly" by Danielle Santangello

Bye, Danielle Santangelo. My favorite reference in this piece was to The Rescuers Down Under, which I also saw and I recall a day in 1992 or so when I threw myself on the floor of the video store and screaming in rage with tears streaming down my face I futily demanded that we rent that film for the second night in a row.

15) "Interview With Sluttangelo" Conducted by Patrick

I didn't really know what to make of this piece, but I'm pretty sure Patrick won that quarters game.

2/04/2006 1:31 PM  
Blogger Evan Schenck said...

Wait... I forgot something.

13) "Cambus to Australia" by Adam Hahn

This piece was good because of the long set up to Adam demanding his money. The allusions to comic book movies were perfectly nonsensical (although I would have thrown one in about Superman III.

2/04/2006 1:33 PM  
Anonymous Eric said...

1) "A Vitamin C Chanty" by The Dancing Skeletons
I love a good chanty, and this one was excellent. I especially enjoyed the violin solo.
2) "The Gristle 'Tween Your Teeth Part Two: Blaspheme + Chastity OR Please Don't Eat The Things That You Were Not Meant To Eat" by Cool Jesse
I wish I hadn’t been coughing uncontrollably during this piece because it was probably distracting and might have made the performers think they weren’t interesting when they really were.
3) "The Land of Goodbyes" by Stephen Ptacek
I think this one went on a little too long, but that could just be because I was desperately waiting to go outside for a drink and cough where I wouldn’t distract anyone.
4) "Allusion to a Classic Film" by Evan Shenck
I missed the first part of this piece (see previous comment), so I didn’t fully understand what was going on. Jon was funny though.
5) "Angel? No." by Eli Wilkinson
I think this was Eli’s best serious monologue yet. The lighting was a nice touch.
5.5) "If By Chance We Should Meet" by Mirri
A nice concept that was well-executed. I hadn’t seen a good onstage kiss at No Shame since the Patrick-Jon episode.
6) “Survival of the Fittest” by Eric Landuyt
I knew a lot of people were going to do pieces saying goodbye to Danielle, and I thought about doing one myself, but then I thought it might be overkill. Plus, I’d already promised Danielle she could play a sabretooth cat, and she seemed to enjoy it.
7) "Things I've Found" by Sean Shatto
Whimsical and fun.
8) "A Serenade" by Bobby Evers to Danielle Santangelo
This was really fun. I laughed at how people didn’t know the words and would just mumble along and how we all wanted to keep singing even after the lights went down.
9) "Bye Goodbye" by Leisure Time Tabor
Everyone was expecting it to be about Danielle, but then it wasn’t; great effect.
10) "We Wuv Danielle This Much!!!" by Katy Baggs
Cute.
11) "Battle Hymn For The Republicans" by Dick Roberts
I think he should have gone right into the main song instead of playing that first tune. The whole piece went on a little too long.
12) "Guadalupe Goes to the Airport" by Aprille Clarke
I really liked this one. It was very creative, and Aprille did a great job connecting all the different layers of the story at the end.
13) "Cambus to Australia" by Adam Hahn
Funny and sweet.
14) "Tonight I Fly" by Danielle Santangello
I never knew that Danielle’s whole reason for going to Australia was because she loves “The Rescuers Down Under.” That’s as good a reason as any. At the end of the piece when she said, “I’m not,” I thought, “Wait, does that mean she’s actually not going to Australia and this whole evening of Danielle love has turned out to be an anti-climax?” I mean, I would’ve been really happy to hear she wasn’t leaving, but then it would be kind of awkward much later when she did leave and we’d probably do this whole thing again but it wouldn’t be as good.
15) "Interview With Sluttangelo" Conducted by Patrick
Patrick went a lot farther with this than I think anyone expected. It had a sort of Dean Martin roast quality in the beginning which was quite fun (there was no good way for her to answer the anal sex question). When he went off-script, the first thing I thought was, “If he gets down on one knee, I am going to flip out!” But then he referenced my piece from last week, which I enjoyed. My “fuck you, Patrick!” remark was more affection and not animosity. The whole piece became really emotionally naked, and I think everyone was on edge just waiting to see what would happen next. I wondered what Danielle was thinking as this was happening. She obviously held it together, but if she honestly did not know any of that stuff was coming, that says something about her relationship with Patrick. Patrick, this took some guts, and I commend you.

2/05/2006 1:16 AM  
Blogger Leslie said...

being out of the country, I thought I would pop in on ye olde No Shame blog, and let me just say, it's HILARIOUS reading what people thought of skits I know nothing about except the titles. I must ask Patrick what in heck he did, because Eric's comments were incredibly intriguing.

2/05/2006 8:59 AM  
Anonymous MIrri said...

I'd like to say that last no shame rocked and I will really miss danilelle like everyone else. I'd also like to give patrick a thumbs up cause I really though his piece was amazing and very genuine which is sometimes ridiculously hard to find in a skit when people are put on stage in front of everyone. Not that he's really had problems in the past though.:) Also thanks to my actors who were given very short notification, confusing instructions and still made me feel like I'd been right to stick the piece in.

2/05/2006 6:08 PM  
Blogger aprille said...

Some selected thoughts about the evening:

"A Vitamin C Chanty"--fabulous! I heard a rumor they wrote this song Friday before the show. They are really talented. I've never heard any music by these individuals, in whatever combination, that wasn't great. This song was the highlight of the night for me.

"The Land of Goodbyes" by Stephen Ptacek--this was really charming. It was actually a lot funnier performed than on paper; I was reading it while I did lights, and Stevo's delivery really added a lot to it. He has a fun stage presence, and the goodbye-ing audience members were a nice layer.

"We Wuv Danielle This Much!" by Katy Baggs--super-cute, fun little piece. Sweetness is rare and great, and Katy does it really well.

"Battle Hymn for the Republicans" I agree, it would have been better without the first little song. Overall I liked it, though. It's been a while since Dick's been at NST, and I liked this a lot more than most of his previous work. I think this one worked better for me because it didn't have jokes in it. It was just a sincere plea for the end of war, albeit in parody form. It was really quite touching.

"Interview with Sluttangelo," by Patrick. This was really touching too. I think the overriding theme of the night for me was that honesty works, and artifice doesn't. I loved the fact that Patrick's piece didn't have a snappy ending or anything cute one it segued into the second part; it was just plain true.

I've been pondering some of the challenges Eli has faced in his writing. He really does have an appeal to him, and I think it's because he has an honestly that's bubbling beneath the surface. The problem is that he often tries so hard to immerse himself in a style that the honesty is hard to find.

Patrick and Eli dealt with similar themes this week--unsatisfying relationships, regret, disappointment, longing. Patrick's was really stripped down and Eli's was buried under layers of style. Eli didn't really seem like he was comfortable in that style.

I really, really wish he would stop apologizing to the audience before his pieces. I'm sure no one would have known that he had printing problems if he hadn't pointed it out, and pointing it out really weakened his performance. The message seemed genuine but the writing seemed forced and inconsistent in its style.

Eli, I challenge you to really, honestly face the audience. I believe that you have interesting things to say, and you have an undeniable charm and likeability. I challenge you to drop the styles, drop the comedy, drop the experimentation, and just be you. If it doesn't work, it doesn't work, and you can go back to whatever other style you prefer.

I think you're scared to be honest, and I don't blame you. I've certainly hidden behind layers of style and gimmick myself. But I think you have a lot to share with the audience, and if you focus on your message rather than your method, we'll all be able to see it more clearly.

Or you can just tell me to go fuck myself. Whatev. :)

2/05/2006 7:16 PM  
Blogger Eli Wilkinson the First said...

I'm doing a review! Guess what?! This time it is NOT a pie recipe!

1) "A Vitamin C Chanty" by The Dancing Skeletons

I like most other people liked this song quite a bit. Although I always thought that chanty was spelled with a 'sh". Whatev. The violin solo was really quite a nice touch.

2) "The Gristle 'Tween Your Teeth Part Two: Blaspheme + Chastity OR Please Don't Eat The Things That You Were Not Meant To Eat" by Cool Jesse

Jesse never ceases to amaze me. Thats all I have to say. His pieces are so different and are almost like songs.

3) "The Land of Goodbyes" by Stephen Ptacek

I didn't say goodbye to you Steve-0. I stayed and watched the whole thing. But I agree with Aprille. This was really quite charming and though with everyone leaving I found myself not listening to SteveO but rather looking around to see who would get up next.

4) "Allusion to a Classic Film" by Evan Shenck

I'm sorry Evan I don't really remember this piece because I was freaking out because I was next.

5) "Angel? No." by Eli Wilkinson

Okay... I feel I must clarify this to people. This piece was written in many different stages over the last few years and all of them were stages of rage on my behalf. This was a collage of my anger writings about a girl from high school to now. Thing is that when I write in anger it tends to be that Cowboy Bebop-esch style which can be very lyrical and poetic. Here's a moment of honesty: I can't do monologues to save my life. Two people talking on stage: no prob. Just me: I freak out. Thus the apologizing and what not. Its my curse. Its also why I can never get into any University show...ever...tears.

5.5) "If By Chance We Should Meet" by Mirri

This piece was very Jesse like. Which is good. The repeating of the lines made it very fun to listen to and the kiss was sweet. Too bad they're always kissing each other! Wait? Did that make any sense?

6) "Survival of the Fittest" by Eric Landuyt

I was bothered during this whole piece because a T-Rex and a Sabre-Tooth cat can't coexist because of the extiction of the dinosaurs and a sabre tooth cat could NOT take down a t'rex. Other than that I liked it. I mean Michael is scary as any kind of monster and Danielle was a good choice although I think Eric cast her so she would tackle him...

7) "Things I've Found" by Sean Shatto

This was both funny... and sweet. The double whammy.

8) "A Serenade" by Bobby Evers to Danielle Santangelo

I knew the words! Did you?

9) "Bye Goodbye" by Leisure Time Tabor

Nice choice of picking on Patrick. Everyone thought it was to Danielle but it wasnt! OH!!!! Napoleon is still short at 5'6" though.

10) "We Wuv Danielle This Much!!!" by Katy Baggs

Ah......

11) "Battle Hym For THe Republicans" by Dick Roberts

The first song was fun but it did make it all drag out too much. As for the main song I thought it could've been cut down by a verse or two. But i did agree with it all.

12) "Guadalupe Goes to the Airport" by Aprille Clarke

I must say I really liked this piece. It had its funny moments, its graphic moments, and its nice moments. I especially liked the ending with the sweater coming out clean.

13) "Cambus to Australia" by Adam Hahn

How can a bus travel in water? Adam? How? Kidding. I really liked this piece and Adam and Danielle are so good together when performing. I'll miss it.

14) "Tonight I Fly" by Danielle Santangello

Okay first of all I must really thank Danielle for like, well everything. She is the only director to EVER cast me in a University show, she has mentored my writings from a time to time, she cast me in the 11 min play festival, AND she's bought me alcohol. I am gonna miss her SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO (gasps for air) SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
much that it isn't funny. Tears...
As for her piece it was very good. And the Rescuers down under reference made me really happy. Call me Danielle when/ if you get back in town this summer.

15) "Interview With Sluttangelo" Conducted by Patrick

A very funny and sincere goodbye piece. I was thrown off by the title at first but I really liked it. Patrick does what I wish I could.

2/05/2006 10:48 PM  
Blogger Evan Schenck said...

"I'm sorry Evan I don't really remember this piece because I was freaking out because I was next."

Eric and Eli--you're both dead to me for failing to review my piece.

2/05/2006 11:01 PM  
Blogger Eli Wilkinson the First said...

Can I still love you Evan?

2/05/2006 11:35 PM  
Blogger Michael Tabor said...

Dick Roberts was nice enough to explain to us before the show, and a quick look in the dictionary confirmed:

chanty - A song sung by sailors to the rhythm of their movements while working.

shanty - A roughly built, often ramshackle cabin; a shack.

2/06/2006 10:54 AM  
Blogger Evan Schenck said...

Michael--
It is permissible to pronounce "chanty" with either a ch- (as in 'chair') or a sh- (as in, 'holy shit I'm being attacked by bees!') Both are equally correct.

2/06/2006 11:59 AM  
Blogger Michael Tabor said...

I don't believe the pronunciation was ever in question...but for clarification: Evan is correct: while it is SPELLED "chanty" or "chantey" it can be PRONOUNCED either "chanty" or "shanty":

chan·tey also chan·ty ( P ) Pronunciation Key (shnt, chn-) or shan·tey or shan·ty (shnt)

n. pl. chan·teys, also chan·ties
A song sung by sailors to the rhythm of their movements while working.

2/06/2006 1:54 PM  
Anonymous Eric said...

Evan, even though I had a medical excuse for missing the first part of your piece, I did in fact review the part that I saw. I came in as you were talking about the girl who gets off on simulated rape, which was interesting but would have made more sense had I known the context. I saw Jon's part, and I said in my review that it was funny. So I did not fail to review your piece; I offered a partial review as I had only seen part of the piece.

And Eli, you saw right through me.

2/06/2006 2:48 PM  
Blogger Evan Schenck said...

Eric. Your excuses find no purchase here.

2/06/2006 4:28 PM  
Blogger Brian said...

If I may chime in here, "chanty", "chantey", "shanty", AND "shantey" all seem to be accepted spellings of the same word. Chantey is probably the best, seeing as it derives from the French verb "chanter" (to sing), but I do prefer "shantey".

Also, the song we wrote wasn't really even a shantey in the academic sense, as it wasn't a strophic call-and-response type song lead by one man (the "shantyman"). Interesting, eh? Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_shanty

2/06/2006 4:50 PM  
Blogger timm said...

danielle's leaving?

2/07/2006 12:41 AM  
Blogger Michael Tabor said...

Some pieces I couldn’t remember that well or didn’t feel I had much to say about (but what DID I have to say much about? NOTHING!) ….but: Here's a weird review:

1) "A Vitamin C Chanty" by The Dancing Skeletons

>We nailed that thing to the WALL! I loved it. We were totally not fucking around.

2) "The Gristle 'Tween Your Teeth Part Two: Blaspheme + Chastity OR Please Don't Eat The Things That You Were Not Meant To Eat" by Cool Jesse

>I love Jesse Blaine. Me and him are pals. Me and this piece were NOT pals.

3) "The Land of Goodbyes" by Stephen Ptacek

>I really liked the idea of this piece, and have a feeling that it was pretty good, but unfortunately I left, so I didn't get to see all of it. Also, I did not understand that you were only supposed to leave when Stephen said “Goodbye” so I just stood up at random. Oops. But I was talking to other people and they told me they did the same thing. Oh, also Steve-o told me that his piece referenced me and I missed that and that’s too bad, because I like it when people do talk about me in their piece.

4) "Allusion to a Classic Film" by Evan Shenck

>I didn’t get the joke. Then somebody explained it to me. It’s a pretty good joke.

6) "Survival of the Fittest" by Eric Landuyt

>One of Eric’s pieces that I’ve enjoyed the most.

7) "Things I've Found" by Sean Shatto

>Sean Shatto charms the hell out of me and the pants off of me all the dang time. He’s one of my favorites.

9) "Bye Goodbye" by Leisure Time Tabor

>Bleh. I had an actual, real song written and it was actually pretty good. But then I got up there and choked and mangled it and didn’t go that well. I think I’m going to recycle that song and turn it into a new song.

10) "We Wuv Danielle This Much!!!" by Katy Baggs

>Katy Baggs is another one of my favorites and this piece was really, really great.

11) "Battle Hym For THe Republicans" by Dick Roberts

>I’m so glad that Dick Roberts came back. I don’t like his parody songs as much as I like his stage banter. His stage banter is so good!

15) "Interview With Sluttangelo" Conducted by Patrick

>I liked the interview part a lot. The bit with the quarters was really great. I didn’t like it when Patrick got all “Oh, don’t leave I really wanted to have sex with you!” It was to uncomfortably personal for my taste.

2/09/2006 10:08 AM  
Anonymous Adam said...

Yes, Tim, Danielle left us. She is far away, she is never coming back, and it is probably somehow your fault she left.

I considered a review of the whole show, but it is late, I am tired, and a full review wouldn't tell you much more than I liked everything last week.

3) "The Land of Goodbyes" by Stephen Ptacek
5.5) "If By Chance We Should Meet" by Mirri
I actually kind of regretted being in these two pieces, because I didn't get to experience them from the audience. Way to try something different, Mirri. Way to bend out minds, Steve-O.

5) "Angel? No." by Eli Wilkinson
I have trouble getting into Eli's serious pieces. Not that they're bad, they just never seem to mesh with my mood at the moment he performs them. I think this one might have suffered because he sounded like someone reading a script, not like the character he had written.

6) "Survival of the Fittest" by Eric Landuyt
One of my favorite Eric pieces. Squibadgerat!

11) "Battle Hymn For The Republicans" by Dick Roberts
Good for Dick, being able to bring something unapologetically political. I'm too pessimistic about the current situation and bitter about every event in national politics I'm old enough to remember to write something like this.

12) "Guadalupe Goes to the Airport" by Aprille Clarke
The text of this piece was great, some of the best I've heard at No Shame in a long while, a tangled mess of images that resolved themselves perfectly.
The physical action and on-stage laundry weren't as interesting. They weren't bad or distracting, but I don't know how much they added. I don't know what I would have done instead.

14) "Tonight I Fly" by Danielle Santangelo
Pieces like this highlight some of the many reasons we miss Danielle.

15) "Interview With Sluttangelo" Conducted by Patrick
Wow, Danielle was an extremely good sport about this. She didn't play the "none of your fucking business" card once.


Evan said of my piece:
>The allusions to
>comic book movies were perfectly nonsensical
>(although I would have thrown one in about
>Superman III

Batman wasn't in Superman III, silly

2/09/2006 11:32 PM  
Blogger Eli Wilkinson the First said...

But he SHOULD'VE been Adam! That would've made the movie twice as great because Superman III was really bad.

2/10/2006 12:37 AM  
Anonymous Eric said...

But what about "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace"?

2/10/2006 3:25 AM  
Blogger santangelo said...

Hey everyone! I'm still here! ANNND...alive! I was going to write a review (my first and maybe last), but then I got lazy and decided to drink diet cherry vanilla dr. pepper and watch "Flavor of Love" (both quality endeavors). But I decided I'd at least thank you all for making my last for-the-time-being No Shame to fantastically awesome. I especially thank those who cast me in their pieces, or wrote pieces regarding my departure. I deserve so much less, but you truely made my feel like I have a welcoming home to come back to any time I want. Unless its ten years from now, and only Aprille and Mecial know who I am. And Patrick, who will be there wearing too-small pants and no glasses with his hair long grunting, "Anyone need a CD player tonight? ANYONE?!"

And on the topic of Patrick and his piece, it was humongously amazing experience. And as far as the sketch he did last Friday, I honestly had no clue what was in store for me. The only hint I had before going onstage was the title of his piece when it was read at the top of the show. And there was also a dispute between him and I before the show as to who got to go last in the order. He INSISTED that he go last, so I was prepared for him to start smearing dog shit all over his face and trying to make out with me.

I'm also happy that he didn't ask me who I had had sex with in the room, because I'm not sure where I would have looked. And I'm also glad that he didn't ask me who I WOULD have sex with in the room, because I would have had to say Timm Sitzmann, but he wasn't in the room so it would be a lie.

Thank you, Patrick, for finally writing the perfect piece for us. I knew one of us would do it someday.


Also, I am starting a blog while in Australia, and I'm bringing a digital camera, so you can look at pictures of cool stuff. Check out my facebook thing in a few days for the address, or maybe I'll just post the site here later.

Bon Voyage, muthafuckas.

2/10/2006 4:08 AM  
Blogger Evan Schenck said...

Adam:
>Batman wasn't in Superman III, silly

No, see, but it totally fits into a superhero being very sad and finding out the true meaning of his relationships.

See, Superman gets this package that he thinks is like a gift, but it turns out to be synthetic kryptonite mixed with tobacco tar that Richard Pryor created--and instead of weakening Superman it just turns him into a total dick and he alienates the whole world, but he eventually rediscovers himself via the power of friendship.

Then he fights a computer and goes flying with Richard Pryor.

2/12/2006 7:04 PM  
Blogger timm said...

"And I'm also glad that he didn't ask me who I WOULD have sex with in the room, because I would have had to say Timm Sitzmann, but he wasn't in the room so it would be a lie"

this is just great. whenever i finally get a chance, the girl moves to australia, or deflates.

oh well.

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