Let it go.
I did go to practice! Is it too late to change our name to Street King?
Stack Exchange presents The Fascinator!
The Fascinator, a panel quiz show at the UCB East Village Theatre, has teamed up with the Stack Exchange network to create this a great new video series! This time around the panel was inspired by the Marvel Comics event, “Avengers vs. X-Men” and discusses related questions from scifi.stackexchange.com.
This installment features the question “How does Captain America’s shield work?”, asked by user Royal Flush and answered by Thaddeus Howze.
Be sure to check out the Avengers vs. X-Men/Stack Exchange event, at avx.stackshowdown.com and come to the next live installment of The Fascinator April 14th at 7 pm, featuring Nate Dern, Beth Appel, Jesse Lee and Shannon O’Neill!
Hosted by Katey Healy-Wurzburg
Starring Mary Iampietro, Jeremy Bent, Keisha Zollar and Matt Little
Directed by Anna Rubanova
Production Assistance from Abby T. Miller and Pat Baer
Edited by Brett White
Music by the Go! Team
I think this is my favorite one! Watch it!
I got to spend a morning flexing my comic knowledge on stage at a comedy theater. There is absolutely NOTHING that I do not love about that.
Episode Fifteen: Hail Hail, Sophia, the Godess of Reason (Live)
This month on the show:
Clearfield Sports Network, Malvo runs into Doug, there’s something living inside of Brenda, Bobby “Boris” Pickett works on follow-ups to Monster Mash, “Of Mice and Apartments,” Bridgid Ryan performs, the official sponsors of the LHR Concert Series, a sit-in against segregation in a diner, the Age of Reason begins, Matt goes running, and Jim doesn’t know anyone at the party and drinks too much.
This month’s show was written and performed by Adam Bozarth, Dan Chamberlain, Matt Little, Taylor Moore, and Anna Rubanova with special guests Jocelyn DeBoer, Abbi Jacobson, Dan Klein, and Bridgid Ryan.
Thanks to Halle Keifer, and Alex Adan in the booth.
Theme music by Dan Warren. Check out his podcast, The International House of Dancakes.
Wow, we jam-packed this episode with guests and they were all GREAT.
When you write and produce a show you get so close to the material that it starts to all sound terrible to you. Then people like Abbi, Dan, and Jocelyn come in and make these great choices that make everything sound funnier than what you heard in your head in the first place.
Listen, and then head to iTunes and leave a review and a comment!
As always, thanks to everyone that came out to the recording.
Spicy Dr. Pepper Pulled Pork is starting to fall off the bone. 2 more hours and this is gonna be amazing. (Taken with instagram)
My Easter basket, including an Easter TARDIS egg! (Taken with instagram)