Starsky & Hutch. Tango & Cash. Turner & Hooch. Hall & Oates. Pijor & Holcomb & Newman.
Middle Management presents the improvised Buddy Cop tonight at 10pm. 5 bucks. 8 W. Broad. Come on out, RVA.
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TONIGHT | 8PM | $10 | 8 W. BROAD ST.
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. No shows tonight, but please Eat-What-You-Can wherever you may be.
Thanks for an incredible first 4 months!
Live improv comedy tonight at 8 and 10pm. Come to the early, stay for the late for FREE!
Our guest, Ryan Kopacsi, and some of the #VCU Peppas. Incredible show tonight. #rva #rvacomedy (at The Coalition Theater)
Tonight. 8pm. Pay-What-You-Can.
I want to thank everyone who’s been so kind in the wake of our announcement about this Comedy Central opportunity. The messages, comments, blog posts, and emails have all been insanely nice and it means the world to me to see them all. It’s very motivating and makes me want to get this thing right even more than I already did.
With that in mind, I feel like I wanted to just put my motivation out there publicly. This is for a few reasons. First off, I’ve always felt so strongly connected to the fans of this show and feel like they are a huge part of the process. People are already posting suggestions for the pilot on our message board over at the main web site unsolicited, and I think that’s the best. I read them all. Also, I think it’s interesting to let you guys see my thought process - I have a chip on my shoulder and often think about why and this should show that off. Mostly though, I feel like I put this out into the world it will force me to live and die by it a bit more - declare something publicly and you are accountable for it.
So why are we doing this? Why take this thing we love and change it? What motivates that?
Also, this happened tonight. Max Ehrlich’s Wushu exhibition. Insane. Great job to all the performers and to Stage B on a successful fundraiser! (at The Coalition Theater)