[The action of this piece begins without an introduction, immediately following the preceding piece – preferably Sgt. Rigsby.] [As Sgt. Rigsby is breaking down, PAUL and BEN enter, wearing helmets and protective gear and carrying whiffle bats (or other such items of mild blunt trauma).] PAUL: Jaye? Are you ready … Continue reading →
[PAUL and BEN enter. PAUL carries a clipboard. They address the audience.] PAUL: In order to improve the Paul and Ben Slot at Spin the Bottle, audience reaction was measured and modifications enacted to reflect these preferences. We now present to you the Paul and Ben Slot – audience favorite … Continue reading →
[Lights Up.] [BEN enters.] BEN: Before we start the show there are just a few things I need to tell you. In the event of a fire, you can exit out the way you came in, or you can go around the bleachers to the fire exit behind you, down … Continue reading →
[Ben enters with ukulele. Paul paces angrily off left.] BEN: Hello, I’m Ben Laurance. After much prodding and pleading, I’ve finally agreed to join Paul Gude here for his monthly slots at Spin the Bottle, as I’ve got many talents I’m thrilled to showcase. So, to begin our collaboration, Paul … Continue reading →
The debut of Glitcher at Spin the Bottle.
From Paul’s LiveJournal: I Spun The Bottle Everyone did very well. We had no rehearsal and no real script. The only main problem was that the audience was so loud some of the best lines were inaudible. Bruce was a talk show host with an “I Love Oatmeal” segment. I … Continue reading →
[Lights up] Bruce Hall: Paul Gude moved to Seattle in May of 1999 with a simple dream: To write the definitive American one-act stage play, and perform it at Annex Theatre’s Spin the Bottle. Only one thing stood in his way. The self-proclaimed gatekeeper of Seattle Late Night Fringe Theatre: … Continue reading →