“Macha Monkey’s latest show, a musical oater directed by Kristina Sutherland, is an anti-Peckinpah burst of galloping good will that tips the dusty conventions of the Western on their head.” – Seattle Weekly “And a train-robbing outlaw named Gunn (Ben Laurance), who is a major bumbler, could be a crackup.” … Continue reading
The hit web series is back for a second season!
A slapstick parody of Joss Whedon’s “Angel.”
“The play is wickedly funny, and moves and breathes here with undeniable, whiz-bang esprit. It’s a pip.” Richard Morin, Seattle Weekly “The sum total of all this may be hot and cold and sometimes offensive, but it is sneakily satisfying and very funny in spite of itself.” Leah B. Green, … Continue reading
Glen or Glenda, beloved crap filmmaker Ed Wood’s 1953 plea for cross-dressing emancipation, is inherently funny. Scot Augustson, the profanely Python-esque mind behind randy shadow puppet shows like Gone Are The Days, is Seattle’s funniest playwright. That Augustson uses Wood’s deranged transvestite treatise as inspiration for a tale of one … Continue reading
Borrowing Time a part animated feature film complete with atomic insects, planes on string and the very theft of history itself. Borrowing toured the country and won best Director, visual effects, design, and best editor at the Syracuse B movie festival. The IMDb page.
Five brand-spanking new short works of theatrical genius that employ the latest and greatest in stage trickery to most fantastically represent previously unseen worlds of the unbelievably minute! “The seven original works feature some popular and interminably watchable talent (Josh List, the wonderful Heidi Darchuck, and, of course, Sarah Rudinoff) … Continue reading
The creators of Why? Why? Why? and the cult hit Stephen’s Late Nite Porn Show bring their talents together for tales of sex and debauchery. Scot Augustson’s Sgt. Rigsby & His Amazing Silhouettes place some of the more salacious tales of 1,001 Arabian Nights in a modern-day apartment complex where … Continue reading
A holiday variety show created with language translation software. Break the language barrier to better understand how our friends in faraway lands might experience our holiday traditions. How might the dour people of Russia relate to the optimistic awakening of Ebenezer Scrooge? How would communist China come to terms with … Continue reading
In 1989, NBC News orchestrated a series of interviews with Roger Sizemore, an “eyewitness” of the US invasion of Panama. But according to a guy named Brian Seifert, Roger Sizemore was actually him, pretending for three early-morning live broadcasts that he was reporting from a Panama hotel when he was … Continue reading