Next month marks the inaugural Improv Fest Ireland in Dublin. Put together by our pal Neil Curran and friends, it’s a full week of shows, workshops, and storytelling featuring groups from around the world. Despite a full-half of our team being of Irish descent, we can’t make it, but we took a minute after a recent show to shout them out. Check it out:
For more information on the festival or to buy tickets, visit Improv Fest Ireland.
Last summer, when I was pregnant with my daughter, my friends and I shot a horror/comedy feature film called “The Shower.” My husband wrote and directed it and we all raised the money to make the movie through grassroots fundraising on our website www.TheShowerTheMovie.com. We made the movie and I even went into labor on set. You’re welcome. Now we are almost done; we’re getting ready to head into post-production and are running a campaign called “500 DONORS IN 500 HOURS.” Please watch this two minute video where a very cute, blood-drenched fellow (my husband, Alex Drummond) shows clips and behind-the-scenes peeks… Thank you!
Okay, so Dave didn’t actually find a human skull in the LA River, but the Friends of the LA River society he talks to on this episode of Brain Food Daily once did. Big deal, I say. Call me if they ever find my dignity. I dumped it in the river 10 years ago after a night of whiskey and wandering. Oh, to live the hobo life again….
If you’ve ever had a conversation with our own Dave Park, you know it’s only a matter of time before he steers the conversation toward quinoa. He loves it. Loves. It. So you should’ve seen how excited he was to talk about quinoa for this episode of Brain Food Daily. Check it out:
Check out uber-mansome Dave Park in this installment of Brain Food Daily. In this episode, Dave talks about the upcoming movie “No” staring Gael Garcia Bernal. I asked Dave if he got a chance to interview Bernal for the piece. When he said, “no,” I immediately walked away, adding, “then GOOD DAY TO YOU SIR.”
Starting tomorrow night, you can catch The Wife every Tuesday at 9:30pm. We’ve been paired with the excellent team The Cartel to bring you the most dangerous hour of improv in LA*.
(This also means our podcast will update on Wednesdays.)
So join us at our shiny new Tuesday time slot – or, if you can’t make it, subscribe to our podcast so you’ll never miss another show.
(*Improv performed will not actually be dangerous)
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