I’m going back to you, Philly!
Call Will Smith, Rocky Balboa, and tell South Street to get my vegan/gluten free steak and cheese, minus the Cheez Whiz ready.
We, the RHDT Company have been rehearsing for you – and will be inside you from January 15-17 in the Zellerbach Theatre at the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.
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Happy New Years.
Texas, we are coming for you.
RHDT will be at The Rudder Theatre at A&M University this Wednesday, February 12 at 8pm.
One night only, one show only.
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Ran into these portraits of some of my family members while I was in Maui.
The first one on the left looks like Will Ferrell. That’s probably why I’m funny…or not.
I’m in a erie area where hands to necks belong to magazines with low batteries waiting to fall, and the dust I own screams from the stomach of “The All” with its wit inside a loosely tied navy knot. Dinosaur teas going bananas over rays of Vietnamese cups of wifi that will only say bye-bye eat good karma in hopes of receiving a green cross at the wall of pandas. While the irony in silicone is that we’ve stumbled more than some in tech, and our goal is far fetched with a bad case of strep throat waiting to be pet with vertigo spells.
With my tongue to concrete, and callus to the brain – I freeze.
What are you doing?
I traveled many moons, a far distance and jumped on a plethora of different forms of transportation to get this picture. Never let a man with glasses take your picture while the sunlight is in his eyes and you’re in a rush cause your ride is leaving.
We are here, and performing tonight, tomorrow and Sunday afternoon at the MACLA in downtown San Jose, California. Don’t miss out and come check “Fat Boy” this weekend.
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Hawaii, where leaving tastes like cancelations and time turns into a photo like the day the apples fell and my dandelion wine came up. Clouds are burgundy with quotes waiting to be taken by the hand to join the soy language online, and chewing closes the window on the hallway opening up for you to hold hope. Don’t mind the rain, don’t mind the walk – and leave the lava on the island.