TMTC Harlem Nights Monologue SLAM #ThatsMyJAM is only 3 weeks away, so it's time to introduce our SLAMMERS!
James Edward Becton*, Emily Bosco, Phillip Gregory Burke*,
Omar Perez, Darby Davis, Alex Evans,
Kalyne Coleman, Andre Ozim, Thaddeus Fitzpatrick*
*Denotes member of AEA
This time around, we’ve got some of the freshest talent NYC has to offer. Come see these actors throw down as they perform their favorite songs in a way you’ve never seen before. You won't wanna miss this year's categories: "I Want It That Way", dedicated to the boy bands of the 20th and 21st century, "Dynamic Musical Theatre Duos", dedicated to everyone's favorite musical theatre writing teams, and "VH1 Divas Live", dedicated to the fierce female performers of the ages. Our contestants are ready to take it to the #TipTop! Who will be crowned the Monologue Slam Champ?
You don't wanna miss this!
Monday, April 11th @ Silvana (116th & Frederick Douglass)
Doors open 6pm, SLAM starts 7pm
Google Doodle made note that Frederick Douglas was born in the month of February, and it obviously reminded me that I've been working on a monologue, as him, for the company History Alive [ http://www.historyaliveny.com ]
I'll be in performance, soon. Stay tuned.
Happening NOW, with Michael Chioldi, in black, and James Valenti in “Tosca,” NYCO Renaissance’s first production.
I've been tapped as a supernumerary to honor the legacy of the New York City Opera, NYCO Renaissance presents the opera that launched City Opera’s 1944 inaugural season, Giacomo Puccini’s Tosca. NYCO Renaissance has obtained from Archivio Storico Ricordi the exclusive North American rights to re-create Adolf Hohenstein’s original set and costume designs from Tosca’s premiere in 1900. For the first time in America, this masterpiece of Belle Époque design will be reunited with the timeless opera that inspired it.
Don't miss the chance to witness operatic history.
January 20 - 24
Tickets starting at $20
Jazz at Lincoln Center's
Frederick P. Rose Hall
Time Warner Center, New York, NY
Jazz at Lincoln Center Box Office
Broadway at 60th Street, Ground Floor
Monday-Saturday, 10 am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-6pm
Say What? Comedy Improv. THIS SATURDAY
February 9, 2016
at The Blarney Stone
410 8th Ave
NY, NY 10001; At 33rd st
So...next week, Dec. 12th, I'll be on stage in my first #SayWhatNYC Improv performance at the Blarney Stone 8th Ave NYC
410 8th Ave, New York, New York 10001
get tickets here:
What's coming up next is a producers reading of Mrs. Lincoln by John Ransom Phillips.
In this workshop/staged reading we are trying to create a story for Mary Lincoln that: questions if she was really crazy or rather was it the time and surrounding events that brought her to her state, and how one is remembered is by those who record it, rather than the truth of their life.
Her husband was assassinated in life,
Her memory was assassinated in history.
THIS GUY!!! It's funny how you say, "I'm really gonna try and do some improv" and BOOM, it HAPPENS. So now, here I am, as an apprentice with Say What? NYC Comedy Improv
Stay tuned and I'll keep you up to speed as to the WHENS and WHERES of your seeing my comedic genius...with a few other geniuses!!