Archive for September, 2008

Trav on NYTheatrecast

Posted in Indie Theatre, ME, My Shows on September 15, 2008 by travsd

Of course, I’m on NYTheatrecast quite a bit already as host of “Indie Theatre Now”, but on the current edition, I’m interviewed by Martin Denton about my new show, “No Applause, Just Throw Money: The Show That Made Vaudeville Famous”, which opens this Thurs. Sept. 18 at Theater for the New City. I hope you listen in, and even more, hope you can attend! nytheatrecast.com

Where I’ve Been

Posted in ME, My Shows, Vaudeville etc. on September 3, 2008 by travsd

Numerous kind souls have expressed concern that I have been absent from these virtual pages, lo, these many months. Thanks to them for doing so! The sad fact is that in rapid order I lost my internet, my computer, and my job — all prerequisites for so luxurious an activity as blog-posting. I hope to be up and at it again in the future in my traditional Sisyphus-like manner. In the meantime, you can find recent writing on Village-Voice.com, recent podcasts on nytheatre.com, and — most important — come see my show..
NO APPLAUSE, JUST THROW MONEY:
THE SHOW THAT MADE VAUDEVILLE FAMOUS

Based on my Critically Acclaimed Book of the Same Name

Featuring Master of Ceremonies Trav S.D. and the following Attractions:

==> Songs by Trav S.D. and Ms. Rachel Kaufman
==> Silent films by Kevin Maher, star of AMC’s The SciFi Department
==> Leela Corman as “Salome”, performing the “Dance of the Seven Veils”
==> Chanteuses Raven Snook and Goddess Pearlman (of “Nice Jewish Girls Gone Bad”) and Jenny Lee Mitchell of the Maestrosities
==> Pantomimist Maggie Cino as “Factota”
==> Comical Sketches by our Artistic Ensemble

With Special Guest Appearances from the Cream of New York’s Variety Community:
* Sideshow Man Todd Robbins (“Carnival Knowledge”);
* Clown Band The Maestrocities
* Magician Mark Mitton
* All-Girl Accordion Ensemble The Main Squeeze Pigtail Orchestra
* Bullwhip Artist Robert Dante, and more!!!!

September 18 – October 5
Show times: Thursday – Saturday, 8pm; Sunday 3pm

At Theater for the New City (Crystal Field, Artistic Director)
155 First Avenue (between 9th and 10th Streets)

Tickets: A Steal at $12 (for more info, theatremania.com, theaterforthenewcity.com, 212-254-1109, 212-352-0255)

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