Announcing the 2018 Lineup!

 

Awesome Theatre is proud to present it’s official line up for 2018. This promises to be our most ambitious year yet, full of comedy, horror, and general strangeness.


fpecrew(In Search Of) The Funniest Play Ever

It’s a play, it’s a playwriting contest, it’s a play about a playwriting contest, just go with it. 

Hosted by Kaylamay Paz Suarez

After four preliminary rounds, our four finalists will now expand their plays to ten minutes and face off for the two coveted spots in finals.

Semi-Finals

Never-Ever Land by Sang S. Kim

Growing up sucks. 

Demoted by Bridgette Dutta Portman

When planetary personnel problems get personal.

Way Too Schtoned by  Kyle McCurdy

I smoked way too much party before this weed.

HMO-Z by Sean Garahan

Health care for all, even Zombies

FINALS

The highest scoring play and the audience Favorite from semi-finals expand thier plays to 30 minutes and go head to head to win a full production.

 


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Christian Teen Dolphin-Sex Beach Party

By Anthony R. Miller and Jess Thomas

Maybe God DOES make mistakes

Ronnie and Judy are just two regular kids who love the lord. But when Judy is attacked and impregnated by a dolphin, their summer plans go out with the tide.  A greedy Pastor, an eccentric French Professor and famous people all get involved in this absurdist satire about religion, fame, and love.

Directed By Colin Johnson

April 5, 12, 19, 26, May 3 and 10

Mercy Killing

By Alandra Hileman

Romance is Dead. Literally.

Mercy is a barista in San Francisco. She’s also a serial killer. The only one who knows is a Grim Reaper named Thana, her girlfriend, sort of, it’s complicated. The two of them navigate a tenuous romance while trying to evade detection by the authorities on either side of mortality.

Directed by Claire Rice

June 21, 28, July 5, 12, 19, and 26

 


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TERROR-RAMA III: DEAD THE WHOLE TIME

The Horror-Theatre Double Feature Rides Again with two world premiere tales of terror.


sufferedThe Suffered By Colin Johnson

Frederick, a once popular author, now seeing his fame fade retreats to a small hotel for the memorial of his recently deceased wife, Lillian. But when a strange song awakens the truth of Lillian’s death, Frederick cannot escape his secrets.


cannibalMy Cannibal Summer By Claire Rice

A gated community of cannibals welcomes home one of their own from war. But something is different, Eddie doesn’t have “The Hunger” anymore. When he falls for the community’s newest resident Sonia, he decides to escape and finds out coming home is easy, but leaving could kill you.

Directed by Christian Haines
Hosted by Sindie Chopper

October 12, 13, 19, 20, 26, and 27


UNPRODUCABLE

Celebrating the Bay Areas best playwrights by reading their worst play.

November, TBA


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November 8 Lineup (Round 4)

Sang S. Kim , Bridgette Dutta Portman, and Kyle McCurdy have all been selected for the semi-final round. Now we choose the fourth and final warrior of whimsy, one last juggernaut of jokes, one more jouster of jocularity, the person who may be the person who writes what could eventually become THE FUNNIEST PLAY EVER!


Love Is On The Menu by Melissa Keith

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MELISSA KEITH is a playwright, actress, director and definitely not a kidnapper. Most recently, she directed Killing My Lobster’s puppet sketch comedy show, PUPPETRY OF THE LOBSTER. She is a resident playwright with PlayGround and is currently enjoying her fifth year in the writers pool. Her short play MISSION: AMBIVALENT was part of last season’s Best of PlayGround 21, which is nominated for TBA’s 2017 Outstanding Anthology Production. Melissa has also worked with Virago, SF Shakespeare Festival, KML, NCTC, Open Tab, Theatre Rhino, and PCSF. She does not have anyone held against their will in her basement, however you still can’t come over just to check it out, because of other reasons.

Featuring Charles Lewis III, Puja Tolton, and Matt Gunnison. Directed by Colin Johnson


You Dream Mad Bruh? by Nora Doane

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Nora is just another Bay Area, tech-employed artist trying to make her way in this wide world. When she’s not writing or performing at Pianofight, Nora can be found working, sleeping, or correcting others’ grammar nation-wide — occasionally all at the same time.

Featuring Melissa Keith, Chris Morrell, and Chris Magee. Directed by Claire Rice

 

 


HMO-Z by Sean Garahan

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Sean Garahan is a local actor, playwright, and teaching artist. He was recently seen as 15 different characters in the Ross Valley Players production of The 39 Steps – A TBA nominated production! You can check out what he’s up to next at seangarahan.com

Featuring Randy Russell, Sissy St. Maarten and Shara Tonn. Directed by Jess Thomas


R & J by E.B. Mitchell

ebEB Mitchell is a theatre artist in the area who hasn’t tried their hand at playwriting in quitesome time. They’re thrilled to be making their Bay Area writing debut at PianoFight and hope that you get a chuckle out of their play!

 

Featuring Jamella Cross and Tavis Kammet. Directed by Alandra Hileman

 


The Cat by Christian Simonsen

simonsenChristian Simonsen’s plays have been produced in San Francisco, Denver, Houston, Columbus, and Louisville, as well as overseas in Seoul, Sydney, Oxford, and London. (He is very pleased that he just got to use the “Oxford Comma” following the actual word “Oxford”). Christian’s short play Eve of the Vertebrates won 1st Place in the 2016 Stony Brook University Science Playwriting Competition. His current project is writing for Killing My Lobster’s sketch comedy show, Bag of Dickens.

Featuring Laura Peterson, Meghan Chambers, and Kyle McReddie. Directed by Aeron Macintyre.

 


 

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Celebrity Judges for November 8

 

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Who are these people?

We searched high and low throughout the Bay Area and  our Facebook friends lists to bring you three experts in comedy, story telling and theatre. Not to mention good taste.

Rob Ready – Artistic Director of PianoFight
Comedy is: “Just say it,” said Anthony, “I came to you.”

Samanta Cubias – Audience Development Manager at Berkeley Rep
“Need an ark? I noah guy!”

Wonder Dave – Writer, Performer, Swell human being.
“The end is nigh. Might as well laugh.”


Are they the judges for every show?

No, the judges will rotate from show to show, but expect to see them more than once.

How does this judging thing work?

After each play, the judges will give a short critique and present a score from 1 – 10 using decimal points to avoid a tie. The play with the highest cumulative score will go to semi-finals. Judges will base their score according to the  “Funniest Play Ever” criteria, which is comprised of:

  • Comedy
  • Clarity
  • Producability
  • Accessibility
  • Originality

Is there any Audience Choice?

Funny you should ask, 2 plays will go to finals. One will be chosen at semis by the judges, the other will be chosen by the audience at semis. We also encourage the audience to let the judges know how they feel about the scores.

How can you assign a numeric score to art?

From 1-10 with decimal points, that’s how. Look, we know competition isn’t for everyone. We think this will be a fun experience for writers and audience members to get a real look at what Producers and theatrical artists look for when critiquing work, our goal is to encourage and develop, not crush dreams.


 

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TERROR-RAMA III First Public Reading October 16

The Horror-Theatre Double Feature Rides Again!

In October 2018 we will present TERROR-RAMA III: Dead The Whole Time, the third installment of Awesome Theatre’s Horror Anthology with two World Premiere plays guaranteed to delight and disgust with Horror Host, Sindie Chopper. But because we know you creeps can’t wait a year,  on October 16 at PianoFight you get to see whats brewing. Join us for staged readings of the terrifying new tales and help us raise money for the 2018 production.   Help us make next year’s production a graveyard smash. (Yeah I Said it.)


sufferedThe Suffered By Colin Johnson

Frederick, a once popular author, now seeing his fame fade retreats to a small hotel for the memorial of his recently deceased wife, Lillian. But when a strange song awakens the truth of Lillian’s death, Frederick cannot escape his secrets.

 

 

 


cannibalMy Cannibal Summer By Claire Rice

A gated community of cannibals welcomes home one of their own from war. But something is different, Eddie doesn’t have “The Hunger” anymore. When he falls for the community’s newest resident Sonia, he decides to escape and finds out coming home is easy, but leaving could kill you.

 

 

 


 

Featuring: Jason Bayani, Melvign Badiola, Matt Gunnison, Tavis Kammet, Nicole Odell, Kaylamay Paz Suarez, and Puja Tolton.

Directed By Anthony R. Miller, Hosted By Sindie Chopper


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Celebrity Judges for September 13

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Who are these people?

We searched high and low throughout the Bay Area and  our Facebook friends lists to bring you three experts in comedy, story telling and theatre. Not to mention good taste.


Samanta Cubias – Audience Development Manager at Berkeley Rep
“Need an ark? I noah guy!”

Jeremy Cole – Director, Writer, and Actor
“Comedy is like sex. Everyone loves it…but so few do it well”

Sara Moore – Director of the Clown Conservatory at Circus Center in SF.
“Comedy is a doughnut for the soul”


Are they the judges for every show?

No, the judges will rotate from show to show, but expect to see them more than once.

How does this judging thing work?

After each play, the judges will give a short critique and present a score from 1 – 10 using decimal points to avoid a tie. The play with the highest cumulative score will go to semi-finals. Judges will base their score according to the  “Funniest Play Ever” criteria, which is comprised of:

  • Comedy
  • Clarity
  • Producability
  • Accessibility
  • Relevance
  • Strength of Voice
  • Originality

Is there any Audience Choice?

Funny you should ask, 2 plays will go to finals. One will be chosen at semis by the judges, the other will be chosen by the audience at semis. We also encourage the audience to let the judges know how they feel about the scores.

How can you assign a numeric score to art?

From 1-10 with decimal points, that’s how. Look, we know competition isn’t for everyone. We think this will be a fun experience for writers and audience members to get a real look at what Producers and theatrical artists look for when critiquing work, our goal is to encourage and develop, not crush dreams.


SEPTEMBER 13 LINEUP

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September 13 Lineup (ROUND 3)

Two Semi Finalists have already been named. Now, we name a third. Round 3 of our hunt for hilarity is nigh! Gaze with awe and childlike wonder at the 5 juggernauts of jokes that will compete for the title of FUNNIEST PLAY EVER! (After a rigorous development process)


“Cheesecake” by Elizabeth Flanagan

flanghan.jpgElizabeth’s plays have been produced by: San Francisco Theater Pub, All Terrain Theater, Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco, and Wily West Productions. She is a cofounder of Ex Nihilo Theater and previously served on the board of the Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco. She is currently writing a one act for the 2017 San Francisco Olympian’s Festival. You can follow Elizabeth on twitter @writesinpublic.

Featuring Randy Russell and Meghan Chambers, Directed by Jess Thomas

 


“Way Too Schtoned” by Kyle McCurdy

mccurdy.jpgKyle McCurdy graduated from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo with a B.A. in Theatre Arts. Kyle is a Pianofight company member, has performed improv comedy for over ten years including two month long runs performing in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, and is currently in the middle of writing/directing/acting/producing content for the Pianofight sketch comedy group S.H.I.T Show Revival (soon to be known as Basement Party.) Kyle has also directed and written for Pint Sized Plays, and recently directed a piece for the Short-lived Play Festival that competed in the finals.

Featuring  Kyle McReddie, Directed by Colin Johnson


“The Snowstorm” by Moshe Goodman

mosheMoshe Goodman is new to The Bay Area. In his native New York, Moshe worked with the Wednesday Repertory Company, Naked Chicken Productions, Love Creek Productions, and The Love Tank, acting in, writing & directing for, and producing tens of one act play collections. In the Bay Area, Moshe’s work has been seen at ShortLived and he has performed in The Playwrights Center’s 24 hr Play Festival. Moshe is currently performing in the Sf Fringe show, Submitted For Your Approval and looks forward to performing at Piano Fight in his own full length play, “The Judah Encounter” in October.

Featuring Dan Kurtz and Jan Gilbert


“Fata Morgana” by Alandra Hileman

alandraWhen not writing plays about dunk reincarnated knights, incestuous gothic-romantic cousins, badass sword-wielding ladies, queer students of magical history, and whatever the heck this one you’re about to see is, Alandra Hileman can be found huddled over a fire made of her many diplomas begging for Taco Bell at various BART stations. Read more about her plays, and get updates, info, clever snark and mythical creatures by visiting her website at ajhileman.com.

Featuring Puja Tolton and Rebecca Grayce, Directed by Anthony R. Miller


 

“The Haverfords” by Aeron Macintrye

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Aeron Macintyre has been acting, directing and producing for stage, film and television for more than 25 years. He has had the pleasure of appearing throughout the Bay Area, Los Angeles and New York including in the critically acclaimed Abraham Lincoln’s Big Gay Dance Party in San Francisco which won Best Production at the New York City Fringe Festival. Film and television credits include Trauma, The Evidence, Hearts Afire. Film credits includeKiller Clowns from Outer Space, Etruscan Smile and the starring role in Nominated.  Since 1985 he has been teaching acting and directing for stage, film and television both privately and in a number of professional training programs. He is currently an instructor and the Associate Director of Film Acting Bay Area and runs the PEG access television station in Berkeley.

Featuring Laura Peterson, Tavis Kammett, and Charles Lewis III, Directed by Aeron Macintyre


 

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JULY 17 Lineup!

Nothing lasts forever, even the staggering effects of Entertainmentatude. Alas, the Professor and Tallulah will be riding into the sunset, take a gander at this Monday’s final line up!

The S.H.I.T. Show

shitshow.jpgThe SHiT Show delivers the magic of sketch comedy via a sucker punch to the face. Come along for the ride, nerds!

 

 

 

 


Katya Smirnoff-Skyy

katyaThe Countess Katya Smirnoff-Skyy has enthralled Bay area audiences for years with her unique blend of opera pop and booze. With a career spanning …a very, very long time…..Katya claims to have invented Popera, romanced William Shatner, and lived next to John Lennon at the Dakota during her stint in New York City during the 1970’s. Once Eastern Europe’s greatest Mezzo-Soprano…understudy, the Countess now spends her days beautifying the masses at Macy’s Department store, as everyone’s favorite Chanel counter lady. She spends her evenings crooning and drinking her away through the finer theaters, bars and bath houses of America.


Leslie Small

image-uploaded-from-ios-e1499407274413.jpgLeslie Small is Bay Area native comedian and an absolutely wonderful person, especially if you ask her Mom. She practices the time honored tradition of comedy with one goal in mind: to be recruited by a gang of assassins. Since waiting for this she has performed in the NY She-Devil comedy competition, the Savage Henry comedy festival, the SF International comedy competition and in SF Sketchfest. She’s the coolest person you haven’t met yet.

 


Maggie Motorboat

maggieMaggie Motorboat is Burlesque dancer and entertainer currently performing with the Hubba Hubba Revue and the Fishnet Follies Classic Burlesque Revue.

 

 

 

 


Jason Bayani

jaybay.pngJason Bayani is a graduate of Saint Mary’s MFA program in Creative Writing. He is a Kundiman fellow and a veteran of the National Poetry Slam scene whose work has been published in Fourteen Hills, Muzzle Magazine, Mascara Review, the National Poetry Slam anthology, Rattapallax, Write Bloody’s classroom anthology–– Learn Then Burn, and other publications. As a member of 7 National Poetry Slam teams, he’s been a National Poetry Slam finalist and represented Oakland at the International World Poetry Slam. He is also one of the founding members of the Filipino American Spoken Word troupe, Proletariat Bronze, and has been an organizer for the Asian and Pacific Islander Poetry and Spoken Word Summit. His first book, “Amulet” was published in 2013 through Write Bloody Press and has garnered acclaim in literary magazines such as Zyzzyva and Glint. He is currently the program manager for Kearny Street Workshop (the oldest multi-disciplinary Asian Pacific American multi-disciplinary arts organization in the country).


 

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July 10 Lineup

WARNING: This weeks lineup may be too much good stuff, it’s true! We are obligated by law to let you , the dear viewer, know that the following acts on the same stage, on the same night may result in seizures caused by an overdose, an overdose…of entertainmentatude.


Featured Artist: Wonder Dave

dave.jpgWonder Dave is a writer, comedian and performer from Minneapolis, MN, now living in California. He has toured the country performing at poetry venues, schools, cabarets, science fiction conventions, burlesque shows, bowling alleys and independent wrestling shows. He has been a featured storyteller on the Risk podcast. Dave’s poetry has been published in anthologies by Write Bloody , Lethe Press, and Sibling Rivalry Press.

 

 


Special Guests


Syzygy

syzygySYZYGY is a beat-boxer and emcee internationally reknowned for his dizzying versatility, wildly inventive rhythm patterns and the ability to transform his voice into any instrument or personality.

A member of the Many Elements beat-boxing trio, he’s rocked the stage at the West Coast Beat-Boxing Championships, collaborating with legends such as Kid Beyond and America’s Got Talent finalist Butterscotch. He DJ’s shows with nothing but his mouth, a mic, and a loop-station at such shows as Tourettes Without Regrets and the Berzekely Slam.

 


Chad Opitz

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Chad Opitz is a comic whose unique takes on often odd subject matters are making him an oft booked staple at Bay Area clubs and showcases. Chad was the winner of Bay Area legend Jimmy Gunn’s “Best Newcomer” award as well as a finalist in the Rooster T. Feathers Competition, 2nd place finalist at the 2016 Sacramento Comedy and 1st place winner of the Walk the Plank comedy competition, beating out 100 comics for the top prize. He has opened for Neil Hamburger, Michelle Wolf and Gad Elmaleh. Veering between one-liners and short story jokes, Opitz’ writing is as well-regarded as his character and performance work.

Mistress Pon-Farr

tabby.jpgA performer and artist since her childhood, Mistress Pon-Farr, now uses her talents to entertain Earth with everything she’s got! Horror Host, writer, YouTuber, glass walker, whip tricks, burlesque/ gogo dancer, and social commentator. Fun fact: She will be doing this show on her way back from a living history event in LA where she plays Edith Roosevelt along side her husband playing Teddy.

 


Doug Mungin

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Utilizing comedy and engaging perspectives on social issues, Douglas Mungin (formerly known as D. Silence) is an award winning spoken word poet and performance scholar. The former host of the San Francisco Poetry Slam and underground phenomenon Tourettes Without Regrets, Douglas has also embarked on a career that has brought together raucous and literary crowds with a blend of rhythmic poetry that engages both. Douglas received a Ph.D in Performance Studies from Louisiana State University and is currently a professor of Communication Studies at Solano College and the director of the Forensics program.

 


Vagina Jones: Labia Minora

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Vagina Jones (appearing tonight as Labia Minora) is the first all-woman team to be birthed from the EndGames Improv community, and now they’re all growed up. You’ve seen them at The Del Close Marathon in NYC, The Hollywood Improv Festival, and as regulars at SF Sketchfest 3 years running. VJ’s members are professional comedic actors, improv coaches and teachers, moms, and bad ass bitches. We’re ready for the revolution, and you are, too. To sync up cycles, like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/vjimprov.

 


But wait, there’s more!


The Art of Drama with Anna Kritikos

DSC_3745_2_2 annaIn an attempt to class up the show, Every week, our resident renowned classical actor Anna Kritikos, will perform dramatic readings of classic monologues from stage, screen, and amazon reviews.

 


 

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July 12 Lineup

It’s time for round 2! On July 12, five new comedic warriors will take the field and swing their mighty swords of laughter. Read of the heroics and amazing feats of the next five plays that will fight to be THE FUNNIEST PLAY EVER. (Eventually…there’s a process)


“Demoted” by Bridgette Dutta Portman

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Bridgette Dutta Portman’s plays have been produced in the San Francisco Bay Area, across the country, and overseas.  Her short plays have appeared for multiple years in the San Francisco Olympians Festival, PCSF’s Sheherezade, the Pear Theatre’s Pear Slices, and PianoFight’s ShortLived competition. Her full-length comedy La Fee Verte was produced by Acadiana Repertory Theatre in Lafayette, LA in February 2016. Her full-length verse drama Caeneus and Poseidon premiered in March 2017 as part of the Second Stages series at Dragon Theatre in Redwood City, CA. She is currently president of the Playwrights’ Center of San Francisco, a founding member of Ex Nihilo Theater, and a member of the Pear Writers’ Guild, Theatre Bay Area (2015 TITAN award finalist), and the Dramatists’ Guild.  She is pursuing a low-residency MFA in creative writing from Spalding University.
Featuring Kyle McReddie, Charles Lewis III and Dorian Lockett. Directed by Christian Haines

“The Baes of Our Lives” by Meghan Kathleen O’Connor

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Meghan Kathleen O’Connor is a playwright based out of San Francisco. Her work has been produced by the Olympians Festival, FoolsFury, Berkeley’s Playground playwright incubator, and Killing My Lobster. She is also a proud and enthusiastic member of comedy improv team Chinese Ballroom, who performs the first Friday of every month at 10pm at PianoFight.

Featuring: Jan Gilbert, Matt Gunnison, and Juliana Lustenader. Directed by Colin Johnson

 


“The Pitch” by Sam Hurwitt

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Sam Hurwitt is a freelance theater critic for the East Bay Times, Mercury News and Marin Independent Journal. His trilogy of plays about great women of Greek mythology (Helen, Penelope and Medea) had staged readings in the 2013, 2014 and 2015 San Francisco Olympians Festival. His short play “Moon Vixens” was produced as part of Pint Sized Plays this May, and his short horror comedy “Cereal Offender” will be competing in ShortLived at PianoFight immediately after this edition of (In Search of) The Funniest Play Ever. Like, the very next day! Everything’s coming up Hurwitt.
Featuring Claire Rice and Lucas Buckman. Directed by Anthony R. Miller

“Twinkie” by Emily Stapleton

emilyEmily Stapleton has had a passion for theater ever since landing her first major role as a singing cow in her third grade school production. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in theater from UCLA and spent several years in Los Angeles working as a stage manager, actor, production coordinator, prop designer, and sound operator at Garry Marshall’s Falcon Theatre. Since returning to the Bay Area, where she was born and raised, Emily has enjoyed teaching college undergraduate and high school courses in Theater and English as well as directing high school productions and creating original work with her students. She is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Drama from San Francisco State University.

Featuring Emily Stapleton, Laura Peterson, and Alandra Hileman. Directed by Melissa Haines


“Beef, It’s What’s For Dinner” by C.P. Kenbridge

vinceCP Kenbridge is a playwright, poet, and activist  who works primarily out of Scandinavia and other places. Rurally self-educated, their work has appeared on posters outside Svenska Komedihuset (The Swedish Comedy House), in promotional material for the Annikki International Poetry Festival in Finland, and even in public venues. Kenbridge draws inspiration from their years living in isolation among fjords and the humor that stems from the sunless days of winter.

Featuring Jayme Catalano and Tavis Kammet, Directed by Jess Thomas

 


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Celebrity Judges for July 12

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Who are these people?

We searched high and low throughout the Bay Area and  our Facebook friends lists to bring you three experts in comedy, story telling and theatre. Not to mention good taste.

Miss If’n Whendy- Co-Artistic Director of DIVA or Die Burlesque
“Fart jokes are for rubes and children so quit sucking. YAY COMEDY”

Jeremy Cole– Writer, Director and Actor
“Comedy is like sex. Everyone loves it…but so few do it well.”

Nazelah Jamison- Nationally renowned Poet and Performer.
“Everything is funny if you look at it the right way. If it’s not funny from the front, walk around to the ass – you’ll find the funny.” 

Are they the judges for every show?

No, the judges will rotate from show to show, but expect to see them more than once.

How does this judging thing work?

After each play, the judges will give a short critique and present a score from 1 – 10 using decimal points to avoid a tie. The play with the highest cumulative score will go to semi-finals. Judges will base their score according to the  “Funniest Play Ever” criteria, which is comprised of:

  • Comedy
  • Clarity
  • Producability
  • Accessibility
  • Relevance
  • Strength of Voice
  • Originality

Is there any Audience Choice?

Funny you should ask, 2 plays will go to finals. One will be chosen at semis by the judges, the other will be chosen by the audience at semis. We also encourage the audience to let the judges know how they feel about the scores.

How can you assign a numeric score to art?

From 1-10 with decimal points, that’s how. Look, we know competition isn’t for everyone. We think this will be a fun experience for writers and audience members to get a real look at what Producers and theatrical artists look for when critiquing work, our goal is to encourage and develop, not crush dreams.


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