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We’re are happy to report that our William Blake event at the Park Church Co-op on December 21st will also be an official NY CARES winter coat drive. And thanks to sponsor Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, for every new or gently-used … Continue reading
Hi friends, following our sold-out performance at the Morbid Anatomy Museum, we’ve been invited to present an encore at Greenpoint’s Park Church Co-op on December 21, inside their historic 1908 Lutheran church building. Track the event here on Facebook, and please join … Continue reading
A long-awaited debut for a project several years in the making! Josh Martin and Tom Blunt invite you to the first live performance of THE BOOK OF URIZEN, hosted by Brooklyn’s spectacular Morbid Anatomy Museum. Poet and mystic William Blake … Continue reading
I made this video Christmas card to share with everyone this year! I am dreadful at sending out real ones but I wanted to put out something to acknowledge all of you who’ve shared stuff with me or otherwise contributed … Continue reading
Quite honored to be your host for this upcoming diversion! The best little slice of “I didn’t get tickets to Star Wars” entertainment you could possibly ask Santa for. I’m bringing Carrie Fisher memoir realness and some choice 2015 memories … Continue reading
Great mention in The New York Times of our show tonight! Look forward to seeing many friends in attendance.
Get your tickets before they sell out — the Kevin Geeks Out gang is taking over Brooklyn’s Nitehawk Cinema on Thursday, Dec. 3rd for a full-blown Christmas spectacular! (Minus the Rockettes of course, but the popcorn is pretty good.)
I’ll be appearing alongside long-time cohost and collaborator Kevin Maher this Friday at Harmon Leon‘s VideoTALE showcase — very excited for my first performance at the People’s Improv Theater. Be there! Here’s the FB event page with all the details.
This Friday I’ll be hosting a special event at the New York Society for Ethical Culture, a meditative listening party for Schubert’s 1824 string quartet “Death and the Maiden.” The event will include elements from the Meet The Lady show … Continue reading