Writer and performer Trav S.D. (www.travsd.com) is best known for his books "No Applause, Just Throw Money: The Book That Made Vaudeville Famous" (2005) and "Chain of Fools: Silent Comedy and Its Legacies from Nickelodeons to Youtube" (2013). He has written for the NY Times, the Village Voice, American Theatre, Time Out NY, Reason, the Villager and numerous other publications. Trav has been in the vanguard of New York’s vaudeville and burlesque scenes since 1995 when he launched his company Mountebanks, presenting hundreds of acts ranging from Todd Robbins to Dirty Martini to Tammy Faye Starlite to the Flying Karamazov Brothers. He has directed his own plays, revues and solo pieces at such venues as Joe’s Pub, La Mama, HERE, Dixon Place, Theater for the New City, the Ohio Theatre, the Brick, and 6 separate shows in the NY International Fringe Festival. In 2014 he produced and directed the smash-hit "I’ll Say She Is", the first ever revival of the Marx Brothers hit 1924 Broadway show in the NY International Fringe Festival.
For World Theatre Day: A Key to the Theatrical Heart of Travalanche
On the Popular Phenomenon of Edward Bellamy and “Looking Backward”
Tonight: That Slapstick Show Does Wanda Wiley
For Greek Independence Day: On the Origins of Comedy
For World TB Day: The TB Ward of Travalanche
The First Oz Films
The Movies of Mark Rydell
The Marcel Marceau Centennial
For World Puppetry Day: On Some Puppets, Pageants, Parades and Protests
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