One-dimensional AND long-winded. Bonus.
This is an itinerary for Mark Sutton, who's coming in town to do some work with my team at the Hallmarks next week. They're a bunch of smartasses. I'm convinced he can handle it.
I'm sure you've weaseled in a free workshop for either Tantrum, Spite or Exit 16.Haven't you?
Not free—I would never ask someone like Mark for that. But we are going to bring him in to work with Tantrum Wednesday night.
Also, that "Force Field" button plays Darth Vader's Theme. I sometimes hit it before walking out of my booth into the department.
Nice. It first glance it looked like an evil "easy" button from Staples.
Is there any way we can get him to teach improv to other kansas city improvisers while he is here?
I threw the question out when we were first talking about bringing him in. He asked to keep the night-time workshops to Wednesday, since he'll be doing a half-day Wednesday and full days on Thursday and Friday.
New rule: I'm not approving anonymous comments. If you want to sit at the grownup table, you have to sign your name.Now c'mon. Pick a fight.