A one-man show that mixtures storytelling and music to bring to life a legendary Appalachian mountain treasure. He wrote the songs, he played the music, and... he self-destructed. He pounded the pavement, performing to anyone who would listen. By 1966, he was tired. But... he had a story to tell!
Back when she was a missionary at Taylor University, this artist knew there was something more for her and with that, she went to San Francisco. This is a story about an aspiring artist’s technique during a turbulent time called information technology.
Colleen Hindsley grew up in an Irish pub with her 5 siblings and larger-than-life parents. Now she sings Irish songs and tells original stories featuring family legends, unreliable memories, sketchy boyfriends, spiritual healers, several show tunes, and just maybe even a little bit of truth. Solo performer, comedy, vocal performance.
Realizing that only oldsters tune in, an Indianapolis television station cancels all existing shows and joins the Nursing Home Channel that only offers programming for the aged. The new network affiliate debuts a locally produced game show called "Is Your Brain Still Cooking?" in which geezer contestants recall events from their past
Minds will be read! The future will be foretold! You will laugh your butt off in BRAIN-O-RAMA: Mentalism and Mischief with Kevin Burke, Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year. (No, really!) Smash the LIKE button on social media. Make good choices and mark your program NOW, not later.
Steeped in once upon a time, seasoned with coffee and asphalt, these are new fairy tales for modern times, wherein we find wisdom in madness, danger in beauty, and wonder around every corner. Come explore friendship, magic, the mundane and the surreal with Crazy Jane and Red Haired Annie.
After vowing never to write a show about someone he’s in a relationship with ever again, Les meets a guy from the English Countryside. He goes to meet the family and there is not a black person around for miles.
50 years ago, Chris Parsons served as a combat photographer in Vietnam. Combining his pictures with original music and dance, trombonist C. Neil Parsons (Fruit Flies Like a Banana) recounts tales of danger, resilience, and the thousand natural shocks that flesh is heir to.