connorratliff

connorratliff:

FEAR BAZAARUCB THEATRE EASTOCT 30TH

Another year and another day before Halloween that Mommy and Daddy host all of your fears inside of their house. 

A Chamber of Modern Terrors and Social Anxieties that you will consume through an immersive theatre experience. 

Altered Reality, Interactive Spectacles and Twisted Testimonials as a Vortex of Fear opens up and devours everything.

Are you afraid of the DARK? You will become Darkness.

Are you afraid of COMMITMENT? Your boy/girl/friend is here with a justice of the peace.

Are you afraid of SPIDERS? We have a spider.

Are you afraid of DISAPPOINTING YOUR PARENTS?  Too bad.  We invited them, and they don’t get what any of this is.

Are you afraid of HOMOSEXUALITY? We are giving out free samples, and it’s you. 

Are you afraid of EXPRESSING YOUR OPINION? We will make you write an op-ed or something.

Are you afraid of BUTTS? Look out behind you, our finger is in yours. 

ALL OF YOUR FEARS ARE INSIDE OF THIS HOUSE

ALL OF YOUR FEARS ARE INSIDE OF THIS HOUSE

ALL OF YOUR FEARS ARE INSIDE OF THIS HOUSE. 

Also, there will be comedy, and this show is 95% cheaper than Sleep No More.

BUY A TICKET HERE.  

Shows at 2PM • 4PM • 6PM • 8PM •10PM • MIDNIGHT

Insanity I wish I could see

dontgetmestartedpodcast

dontgetmestartedpodcast:

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Neil Casey (writer for Kroll Show, Inside Amy Schumer, SNL) talks to us about his interest in the emergency of the surveillance state, and how it affects the government, our interactions with each other and maybe even the way you interact with yourself. Co-host Anthony King talks about the…

Neil Casey talks and thinks about cool shit!

garlock
In the liner notes to Magma’s Mëkanïk Dëstruktïẁ Kömmandöh, an album recorded at the Manor at around the same time as Tubular Bells, Christian Vander claims “Mike Oldfield stole my music, more precisely, he stole some extracts from Mekanïk and The Dawotsin.
These are my type of music feuds (via garlock)

Best proper nouns in the game

connorratliff
connorratliff:

besieging:

The Heartbreak Kid - Elaine May (1972).

Have you ever seen the original Heartbreak Kid? 
Directed by Elaine May from a screenplay by Neil Simon and starring Charles Grodin, this film is one of my favorites. 
I don’t think it is streaming ANYWHERE and the dvd is out-of-print and rare.
But there are scenes in this film that are so funny and scenes in this film that are SO painful to watch. They are often the same scenes.
Criterion should put this out, it belongs on the list of films that everybody who loves Comedy should see.

It’s a truly amazing movie

connorratliff:

besieging:

The Heartbreak Kid - Elaine May (1972).

Have you ever seen the original Heartbreak Kid? 

Directed by Elaine May from a screenplay by Neil Simon and starring Charles Grodin, this film is one of my favorites. 

I don’t think it is streaming ANYWHERE and the dvd is out-of-print and rare.

But there are scenes in this film that are so funny and scenes in this film that are SO painful to watch. They are often the same scenes.

Criterion should put this out, it belongs on the list of films that everybody who loves Comedy should see.

It’s a truly amazing movie

dontgetmestartedpodcast
dontgetmestartedpodcast:

DON’T GET ME STARTEDEpisode 6 - “Treasure Hunts”

Suzi Barrett (UCB’s Sentimental Lady, Disney XD’s Kirby Buckets) talks to us about treasure hunts, as she has designed several for adults to play. How many clues? What makes something too hard or too easy? What are some great ones she’s made or encountered? 
Also, Will Hines discusses trains and Anthony King discusses Laura Ingalls (the Burbank avaitrix, not the author of the Little House series).
Things we talk about in this episode:
Treasure hunts in general
Escape the Room, NYC
Amtrak Residency Program
Laura Ingalls, Burbank California aviatrix

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Don’t get me started has cool new episode about TREASURE HUNTS

dontgetmestartedpodcast:

DON’T GET ME STARTED
Episode 6 - “Treasure Hunts”

Suzi Barrett (UCB’s Sentimental Lady, Disney XD’s Kirby Buckets) talks to us about treasure hunts, as she has designed several for adults to play. How many clues? What makes something too hard or too easy? What are some great ones she’s made or encountered? 

Also, Will Hines discusses trains and Anthony King discusses Laura Ingalls (the Burbank avaitrix, not the author of the Little House series).

Things we talk about in this episode:

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Please subscribe and rate us on iTunes!

Or go right to the web page. 

Don’t get me started has cool new episode about TREASURE HUNTS

dontgetmestartedpodcast
dontgetmestartedpodcast:

DON’T GET ME STARTEDEpisode 5 - “Kanye West”
DC Pierson (author of The Boy Who Couldn’t Sleep And Didn’t Have To, Crap Kingdom, co-star/writer of the film Mystery Team) tells us about Kanye West. Hosts Anthony King and Will Hines don’t know much, but we cover a lot of ground, from Kanye’s debut The College Dropout through his latest work Yeezus. DC also tells us when Kanye’s album releases tended to coincide with huge life moments, as one’s favorite artists have a way of doing.
Also, Will discusses the post office and Anthony speculates if we are currently in World War III! Yeah!
Songs discussed in some length:
We Don’t Care
Through the Wire
Heard ‘Em Say
Diamonds from Sierra Leone (remix)
Can’t Tell Me Nothing
Runaway
On Sight
Bound 2
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I had never given Kanye a good listen and this episode got me hooked. Amazing songs, amazing stories.

dontgetmestartedpodcast:

DON’T GET ME STARTED
Episode 5 - “Kanye West”

DC Pierson (author of The Boy Who Couldn’t Sleep And Didn’t Have ToCrap Kingdom, co-star/writer of the film Mystery Team) tells us about Kanye West. Hosts Anthony King and Will Hines don’t know much, but we cover a lot of ground, from Kanye’s debut The College Dropout through his latest work Yeezus. DC also tells us when Kanye’s album releases tended to coincide with huge life moments, as one’s favorite artists have a way of doing.

Also, Will discusses the post office and Anthony speculates if we are currently in World War III! Yeah!

Songs discussed in some length:

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Please subscribe and rate us on iTunes!

Or go right to the web page. 

I had never given Kanye a good listen and this episode got me hooked. Amazing songs, amazing stories.