OSLP in Eugene Oregon, ( more at instagram.com/oslpartsandculture or https://www.artsandcultureeugene.org ) organize programs adults with disabilities and the general public, they have a gallery and work space at
309 W. 4th Ave, Suite 100 Eugene, OR 97401
They currently have an art show up of art from recycled materials. Each artist had a challenge to make a piece using some trash temporarily rescued from the landfill by Mecca. https://materials-exchange.org I am always so excited when new work reminds me of the aesthetic and spirit of Dadaism. Here are some photos of me and my partner visiting the gallery. We dressed up because my partner was recently crowned “Slug Queen” in Eugene and the art show asked them to judge a favorite piece. They chose the spaceship made out of recycled plastic. (the first piece here.) I highly recommend you check it out in person and see how detailed and creative these works are in person! Support local artists! #recycledmaterials #dada #dadaism #mixedmedia #collage
I’ve listened to hundreds of old radio shows, and this is one of my favorites. I recreated it with garageband.
Featured in the cast were Jon Deline, Nick Price, Michael Hanson, Jesika Barnes and Andrew Laniohan.
Sounds came from freesound.org/ or Youtube or I made them myself. If you enjoyed this, try our my production of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy or The War of the Worlds” I have more coming, so stay tuned if you enjoyed this!
For many years I have participated in Leigh Anne Jasheway’s Laff Off, one year I even came in 4th place. The above video is my jokes I cut to bring the 13 minutes down to 5 minutes. Below is the link to see everybody’s comedy. The show was live April 3 and it should be up for awhile. My film is a tad “experimental,” with puppets, costumes and bunnies!
you can click HERE to donate to Greenhill humane Society and watch the comedy show with many other great comics including Max Brockman, Terry Geil, Emilee Jackson, Mike Schwab, Magdalena Dice and More!
Here is another “newish” set: thanks a lot to Max Brockman and Bert Walpack who invited me to do this outdoor: “safer” socially distanced comedy show.
I have been doing some sound effects for plays for over 10 years now. At halloween in 2019 I did “war of the worlds at Umpqua Community college theatre dept. For 2020 we revived it on ZOOM. That got me thinking I could direct and produce a few more for fun and something to do during this period of quarantine.
So, here is a zoom revival of Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy: episode 1. If you’re a super fan you will notice some subtle ways we changed it. I’m so grateful to my cast: Helen Being, Clark Kent, Matt Bliss, Francis Pastorelle, Tamathy Howard, and Dana and Nick Price!
The cast for War of the Worlds was Jesika Barnes, Andrew Lanniohan, Joe Buford, Keith Fort, Chris Lyons, and Nakaela Hunt
When Spectrum reopens we will host burlesque, music, drag and comedy shows again. For now, we will produce virtual shows like this one. If you’d like to tip the production, donate $5, $10 or more to Isaac on PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org
You are free to tip the performers directly if you wish.
Tamathy wrote and directed “The Child”
With Riley Christensen. With help from Xander Boosinger
Music credit : My Bubba & Elsa Sjunger Visor /Näckaspel/ Sing Swedish Songs
Miss buttons dances Burlesque and does circus arts at Old Nicks Pub.
Josephine D’Love dances with The Broadway review, and produces shows as Red Raven Follies
I collaborated with dancer Dame Peaches Von Killingsworth, taking video of her dancing, and making rotoscope animations of those videos. music was provided by Jon Bellona and Jeremy Schropp of Harmonic Lab. http://harmoniclab.org/
Then in downtown Eugene on October 16, I projected the animation of her dancing, while she danced in front of it!
BEAM featured many other artists there presenting animation, dance, and art with digital lights. I was fascinated by the House of Strange Rituals and James Sartor, a pianist who played under a glowing cloud.