My awesome show

OK, so a show I’m a co-producer for and performer in is opening tonight and it’s freaking awesome. Let me count the ways:

  • The show itself is incredible. We improvise and film an entire movie faster than you can watch it. Ponder that mind-blowing concept for a moment.
  • We’ve done several runs of the show and always gotten excellent reviews.
  • We’re in a new venue that seems tailor-made for our unique show — the Improv Kitchen is a restaurant (the food is great) with big flat-screen TVs at every table and an insane amount of tech in a studio next door.
  • This new run was directed by Lillian Frances, a great director whose other current show, Sirens‘ Paso Doble, is Critic’s Choice in this week’s Reader.
  • The cast is amazing. I wonder sometimes how I got all these great people to work with me.
  • We make a movie. While you are watching it.

Neutrino Project: The Instant Movie
at Improv Kitchen
3419 N Clark
every Friday in August and September at 9 PM
Tix $12, Reservations 773-868-6423

3 Comments so far

  1. nikkos (unregistered) on August 5th, 2005 @ 11:29 am

    Break a leg Fuzzy!

  2. Rob Dee (unregistered) on August 5th, 2005 @ 11:53 am

    Makes me think of Spaceballs:

    Dark Helmet: What the Hell am I looking at?! When does this happen in the movie?!

    Col. Sandurz: Now! You’re looking at “now,” sir. Everything that happens now is happening “now.”

    Dark Helmet: What happened to “then?”

    Col. Sandurz: We passed it.

    Dark Helmet: When?

    Col. Sandurz: Just now. We’re at now “now.”

    Dark Helmet: Go back to “then.”

    Col. Sandurz: When?

    Dark Helmet: Now.

    Col. Sandurz: Now?!

    Dark Helmet: Now!

    Col. Sandurz: I can’t.

    Dark Helmet: Why?

    Col. Sandurz: We missed it.

    Dark Helmet: When?

    Col. Sandurz: Just now.

    Dark Helmet: When will “then” be “now?”

    Col. Sandurz: Soon.

    Dark Helmet: How soon?

  3. Jennifer Roche (unregistered) on August 9th, 2005 @ 7:09 am

    Oh, Nikkos, *I* was going to wish him a broken leg. Fuzzy, I hope your foot breaks, too!

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