Monday, March 31, 2014

So. Many. Things.

Here are some of the many things coming up this spring that I hope you will find the time to sufficiently investigate and enjoy.

Please be merry and gay with us!  Robot vs. Dinosaur Presents:
The 4th Annual
St. Drunken’s Day!
A Holiday for the Drunken Masses
 The 2014 celebration features:
* St. Drunken’s Day pageant with songs and miracles * Drinking games such as beer pong and beer plinko * A silent auction with one-of-a-kind St. Drunken’s Day artwork * Raffle with prizes you'd actually want * More fun than a barrel of monks * And excessive amounts of beer and fun!
The Details:
What:      St. Drunken’s Day!
When:     Friday, April 4, 2014 from 7 p.m. to Midnight
Where:   HQ (located at 1914 N. Milwaukee Avenue)
Tickets:   $20 in advance, $25 at the door (see or email any member of RvD for tickets)
** The St. Drunken's pageant with sketches, songs, and miracles starts at 8 p.m. **
All proceeds will go to help fund our show that opens in May – Attack at Bikini Werewolf Beach Part 2!!
**(You must be 21 to attend St. Drunken’s Day.)**
For more information on Robot vs. Dinosaur, look for us on Facebook ( and Twitter (@RVDChicago)
About St. Drunken:

St. Drunken is the world’s mostly forgotten patron saint of drunks, inebriates, drinkers, imbibers and people who like to have fun.  He is responsible for finding arbitrary reasons for people to get together, enjoy each other’s company, shake off the weight of the world, and drink alcohol (usually to excess).

I will be guest starring in a live radio show on April 13th. (Click to enlarge. Insert dirty joke here.)

On Saturday, May 3rd, I'll be lying my ass off for fame and fortune.

Click HERE for more information.

And Robot vs. Dinosaur is mounting a big full-length musical! I co-wrote it. Do not miss this. Good times. 

Shhh...there is no part one. For tickets and info, swipe your razor sharp claws HERE.

AND... I'l be teaching another weekend writing intensive. "3 Plays. 3 Days." on May 16, 17 and 18. It ends on Sunday night with a staged reading by Chicago actors bringing one of your three plays to live in front of an audience. It rocks. Check out Gorilla Tango for details.

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