Salsa is replaced by Cara White in this episode, because Salsa had rehearsal and Cara is probably more interesting anyway. Cosmic balance in action.
We are joined this week by distinguished guest Cetius Scotchbringer. In addition to bringing us scotch, he is the President of the Board for Fearless Comedy Productions, and we discuss our upcoming event, Fearless Marvels: A Give to the Max Day Revue. James has also returned after missing a few episodes due to his new job, or so he claims. He hasn’t provided any evidence that he’s NOT an international spy, so we have to take his word for it.
We are joined this week by Tim Wick, and holy crap is he involved in a lot of projects. Remember how we always talk about how many shows Jena or Salsa or James do? Yeah, Tim does more than all three of us put together. He’s a writer, director, producer, actor, improviser, musician, and probably a few other things that don’t immediately spring to mind.
Here’s some of the stuff he’ll be involved in soon:
November 9th at Strike Theater: STORYnado
December 22 and 23 at The Black Forest Inn: The Dregs Holiday Show!
First, Third, (and Fifth where applicable) Friday of every month at Can Can Wonderland: Retro Game Show Night
In February he’ll be involved in Fearless Five: Conspiracies
End of February/beginning of March he’ll be at the Not So Silent Planet festival
After Die Laughing 2018, he will be helping co-produce “Pounded by Chuck Tingle”
He is a co-host of the Geeks Without God podcast
…and many more.
Jena wanted you to all go see her daughter perform on Nov. 11th at Strike Theater to see the Official Ostrich Committee, and the 16th through the 19th at Southwest High School to see Steampunk Romeo and Juliet.
Salsa will be performing in Mystery at Mystery Lodge at the Bigwood Event Center in Fergus Falls, MN on Dec. 1st, which was co-written by Tim Wick (seriously, the guy doesn’t stop).
And of course, we will all be at the Historic Mounds Theatre on Nov. 16th for Fearless Marvels: A Give to the Max Day Revue. We are raising funds for Fearless Comedy Productions, and you can donate to the team(s) of your choice:
Team Kazimir (Salsa)
Team Sexy (Jena)
Team Pie (James)
or Team Mystery (Tim Wick)
This week, we replace James with Kelvin Hatle, who is in a bunch of stuff, including:
– Turkish Star Trek on Friday, Nov. 3
– r/WhatTheImprov on Thursday, Nov. 23
– A Klingon Christmas Carol running from Dec. 1 – 23
Jena’s in Turkish Star Wars as well, so you should probably go see it. I guess.
We have also begun fundraising for Fearless Comedy Productions for Give to the Max Day, and our three hosts are in competing teams! Donate to one or all of our teams:
We also discuss cooking food in the dishwasher, Salsa went to a concert, and we discover Jena’s olfactory turn-ons.
This week, we discuss a few games for mobile devices, Jena has a bad day, and Salsa was at a Renaissance Festival.
For more information on the Halloween show Salsa is performing at, and to purchase tickets, go to http://bradenlodge.org/bump. (UPDATE: Bump in the Night has been cancelled for the weekend of the 20th and 21st, but will proceed as normal on the weekend of the 27th and 28th.)
Info on the Vilification Tennis show Jena will be in can be found here.
This week we are joined by Lauren Addy. You may recognize her work, as she did the character drawings for Vilification Tennis. She has a new graphic novel coming out soon called Unit 418, and you should really bookmark it because it sounds fantastic and looks gorgeous.
We had a little bit of our conversation get lost to the technical difficulty fairies, but even without that missing bit this episode is almost two hours long. It was that interesting, y’all.