A few little random things for you today:
- If you weren’t able to make it out to the literary reading series I host and curate, Funny Ha-Ha, you can check out this wonderfully detailed and complimentary writeup from Literary Chicago (although I would like to think I’m much cuter than I look in the photo of me, but maybe I’m wrong.)
- Have you always wanted to be an unpaid extra in a music video starring some of Chicago’s greatest female comedic talents? Steve Delahoyde is directing a music video for comedian Natalie Kossar‘s song “Stereotype,” which will also feature comedian Cameron Esposito. They’re in desperate need of a room full of people for a scene, so if you’re free for a couple of hours this Saturday from 11am-2pm, come to Gorilla Tango Theater (1919 N. Milwaukee Avenue) and make history (also, free food and drink!). Just show up or write to firstname.lastname@example.org to let him know you’ll be there.
- Finally, if you want to read what I wrote about what was on the TV last night, you can check out my writeup of Showtime’s “The Franchise” here and FOX’s “So You Think You Can Dance” here. Yes, I am into both baseball and dancing—educate yourself to this reality!