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
Who Am I?Seattle-based actor, editor, filmmaker, performance artist, puppeteer, and Rocketman.
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