Sunday, September 30, 2012

One final review, and..

Ohh! The closing of "Eurydice" was too short, too short.. lovely audience, lovely cast, lovely crew, lovely all!

One final review from TCDaily Planet. "Walking Shadow’s production provides the audience with a fitting showcase for this intensely personal and poetic script." and "Scott’s facial impressions are especially noteworthy." Whoohoo! So lovely! Many thanks to all!

And upcoming shows!
THIS Monday, The All Star Variety Show Bonanza at the Bryant Lake Bowl! Comedy and drinking, sketches and funny funny bits. Amazing performers, ridiculousness!!! 7 p.m. for madness.

THIS Tuesday, Brain Game comes to Brit's Pub by way of Hanging with Your Parents' Friends! 7 p.m., Brit's Pub. Featuring Dennis Curley and Jim Robinson of Tablesalt Productions, myself, and the awesome and excellent Levi Weinhagen of Comedy Suitcase.

And finally, this starting this week.. 
CREATURE FEATURE returns! HUGE Theater, 8 p.m. Saturdays and a special 8 p.m. HALLOWEEN show on (well) HALLOWEEN, Wednesday Oct. 31st. Improvised horror for your improvised horror needs.

Coming soon... 
Adorable returns to Improv A Go Go!!! Long form improv performed by me, Josh Eakright and Butch Roy. 8 p.m., Sundays, Improv A Go Go at HUGE Theater, starting Sunday Oct. 7th.

Chicago Avenue Project just had it's writing retreat. I got to peak at some of the scripts. The theme is "Out of Control". It's going to be nuts. So excited. More details to come..

Hoping your pre-fall is treating you beautifully! :)

Saturday, September 15, 2012

And reviews!


Star Tribune... So thanks to Walking Shadow for holding this exquisite jewel to the light with exceptional care and affection. It is that rarest of things: a sad joy." oh!

Aisle Say Twin Cities... "Bryan Grosso, Bethany Peters, and Jen Scott's trio of stones serves as a perfect anchor to this floating world: both comic and repellent, they embody the underworld’s imposed silence and suppressed thought.) ... It is a tribute to the Walking Shadow’s courage and ability that they have chosen such a challenging play and have staged it beautifully."

CityPages was nice, but thought we could have done better.

And MPR wonders "What did you think?"

Pretty happy. Yea! :) 

We've opened!

Creepy creepy stones. 

"Eurydice" by Sarah Ruhl, Walking Shadow Theater Company
Through Sept. 29th, Pillsbury House Theater