I mentioned this on Twitter, but forgot to tell you here that my second column in Ruckus magazine came out a couple of weeks ago. I thought this issue’s cover was pretty rad, what with the roller derbying mamas and the picture of my own kid looking fairly badass in between two gnarly dudes who appear to be quite close to causing him bodily harm. Noah* seems pretty secure with himself though, with his “DON’T MESS WITH THE HEART SHADES, BRO” face in full force. That’s my boy.
Also, if you’re in the Atlanta area, (or even if you’re not) you should mark your calendars for August 26th and 27th and put some serious thought into coming to see some not-so-serious storylines at Sketchworks Industrial Strength Comedy where I’ll be performing with twelve other yokels in the Advanced Group Class Performance. We’ve been working in collaboration with the Advanced Comedy Writing class to put together a totally original performance that promises to be a belly-lauging, gut-busting, eye-wiping good time. I do not exaggerate – last week my face hurt after class from all the laughing I had done, and that was mostly from one sketch. On second thought, maybe you should check with your doctor before purchasing tickets.
And as if that weren’t enough to make you want to come to the show, I will also tell you that I may or may not be performing in a sketch where I will be required to have an Irish accent. Watching my attempt at that alone is worth the $10. And no, I won’t do it for you real quick when I see you. At least not without a few drinks under my belt.
*Who comes home TOMORROW!