Category Archives: Shows

Getting the last laugh of 2017

Moving back to your hometown the year it was drenched in the most rain, scorched by the hottest days, and nearly destroyed by massive firestorms could lead a guy to rethink the decision to return “home.” And to prepare for the frogs and/or locusts. At the end of a busy year with many changes, notContinue Reading

An inside view of VidAngel

For the past 2+ months I’ve thought about, written, re-written and rehearsed for a show I was taping through VidAngel: a company that offers its users the ability to filter unwanted elements (like swearing) from a show, movie, or program. The idea is lovely, as a program can be watched by many ages at theContinue Reading

It’s all good in the ‘Hood

The night before Father’s Day, the fellas—Ty Fance, Stan Sellers and I—reprised (or revamped or resurrected) a new version of our play The Father ‘Hood. It might’ve been our best (and different) version yet! This rendition was less theatrical and had fewer “special effects” (I mean, c’mon, for our first showing, we had coffee ordersContinue Reading

Meet me in The Father ‘Hood on June 18

Stan Sellers, Ty Fance, and I will be celebrating Dads (ours, our kids’, yours, and many others) on June 18 with a special presentation of The Father ‘Hood on Saturday, June 18—the day before Father’s Day. The show starts at 7:30 and tickets are just $5. The Story Salon at The Art Parlor 
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Two great nights at the Hudson in Hollywood

Thanks to everyone who came out for my shows at the Hudson Theatre in Hollywood this week. Special thanks to KTLA for the coverage. You cannot have a show without an after-party, and I got to catch up with Bob Fisher, owner of the legendary Ice House comedy club and comedian/MC Jimmy Burns.