Saturday, October 02, 2010

No Shame Iowa City 10/1/10

Order in the comments, guys.

Short show tonight, all the more reason to bring a piece in next week! By the way, it seemed every other piece was about a deity tonight. Sometimes planets align and we have accidental theme nights with several pieces touching on one thing or another (alcohol, penises, what have you).



Blogger Katy Baggs said...

1. Springfield XDm by Anne Sullivan

A story about an argument, a truck window being left down, a gun, and an affair.

2. Why I Never Liked This Science Fiction Staple by Tyler Francis Everett

A being introduces himself as the angel Gabriel and tells a guy to defeat the Antichrist. Spoiler: Gabriel was Loki.

3. Pro-Creationists by Why the Duggars Fail at Life

And yet, they don't fail at creating life. Eric and Molly lay down some zingers on our favorite Quiverfulls.

4. Assume by Spencer Abbe

Things we are to assume: infinite cats, a cat tank, the necessity on planning for the catpocalypse.

5. People Go Crazy by Arlen Lawson

A man doesn't like being how he is but can't help it, and tries telling his sibling so on the phone.

6. When Am I Ever Going to Use This? by Molly Middleton

When you're trying to get a better deal on an turns out you need to remember quadratic equations.

7. More Elderly Drivers by Lloyd Henry

An elderly driver is incredibly terrified and offended by Catholics and the Eucharist in particular. The Catholic cop tries to reason with her. Doesn't work.

10/02/2010 12:59 AM  
Blogger David Rout said...

If I had brought my coat, I would have asked to put in my Capitalism/Socialism pieces in, as I would like them to be in the same show.

1) This was gripping, good job. I want to hear how this situation resolved.

2) I should have told Spencer the monster is immovable, because I had a bit of lines to read before we fought. Meh. Still worked.

3) This was okay. Some zingers, but not really meant for theatre, I think.

4) Good stuff, Spencer.

5) I wanted to do a piece depicting how I went crazy, which I kinda did, technically, but I don't consider it done. Arlen didn't really go into his condition, which I think will be how our pieces will differ.

6) I got to play Satan! How cool is that? I liked it, liked being in it.

7) Hilarious. A wealth of knowledge about how the system works. Good job.

10/03/2010 11:11 PM  
Blogger Eric Jesteadt said...

I nominate piece #7 for best of in advance

10/04/2010 12:01 AM  
Anonymous Snot Nosed said...

You know guys... Best of Noms are easier to tally at the end of the semester in the thread they make. Just sayin'.

Click my name if you need it put in layman's terms.

10/04/2010 8:14 PM  
Anonymous Poopy McFartpants said...

I nominate the lower half of my left buttock for Best Of! It will put on a show of such epic flatulence that the entire audience will faint from emotional shock! Or from the smell!

10/05/2010 1:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What happened to actually reviewing the show? I wasn't there so I can't, but I assume some people were.

10/07/2010 3:08 PM  

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