Big Plastic Heroes: Two New Solo Comedies About Oddballs Worshiping Action Stars
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Religious faith and modern relationships collide as the witty drama, Next Fall, comes to The Sanctuary at Sandy Plaza. This Tony-nominated play follows a five-year relationship between two gay men: Luke, who is devoutly religious, and Adam, an atheist. Adam remains stubbornly unrepentant and unbelieving while Luke struggles with fears that the pair will end up in hell. Everything changes when Adam finds himself sharing a hospital waiting room with Luke's parents, who have remained unaware of their son's homosexuality. Told through a series of flashbacks involving the couple, their friends and their families, Next Fall is funny, touching, smart and unflinchingly honest. Learn More
auGi: Teenage Commando
Called "...a brilliant funnyman" by the Producer of The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn and Entertainment Tonight, auGi created, wrote, produced, and performed in hundreds of shows at both The Second City and the world famous Improv in Hollywood, was a regular feature on “The Best of the Worst” on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, and appeared on Comedy Central and E!
auGi co-wrote and starred in his autobiographical solo show, SexyNurd: Rockstar Trapped in a Nurd’s Body, which played to sold-out audiences during both the 2010 Fertile Ground and Singlehandedly festivals, was a Willamette Week pick, and is the featured act in a benefit for the Nat'l MS Society called Superuckus. auGi has also made appearances on Live Wire!, Entertainment for People, and Mortified. auGi is a graduate of The Second City conservatory.
Slash Coleman: Last American Gladiator Part 3
NPR calls award-winning writer/performer Slash Coleman, “Extremely provocative and entertaining,” and WGBH Boston says, “Slash has the power to change the way people think.”
Best known for his PBS special and Off-Broadway one man show, The Neon Man and Me, Slash’s most recent performances include shows at The International Storytelling Center, The National Storytelling Festival, and Pete Seeger’s Clearwater Festival. He’s also a blogger for Psychology Today and a regular contributor to Storytelling Magazine.
Slash currently lives in New York City where he continues to write and develop material for the stage, film and TV.