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Readers! 2/27/2013! One of the recurring themes in the Zen Koens I’ve read is that mindfulness practice never ends. To get this point across, Koens often have a student asking their teacher if they’ve got it figured out and then … Continue reading
Readers! 2/26/2013! It’s interesting to me that I could feel as if I’m done with reading about mindfulness and that the books are redundant and then–wham-o!–I find something new! Simply put: I think mindfulness is recommending that we identify ourselves … Continue reading
Readers! 2/22/2013! I was at a subway stop on my way to a comedy show in the East Village when I saw a bunch of movie posters with the phrase “kill all the jews” scrawled on them–over and over again, … Continue reading
Readers! 2/17/2013! I’ve been feeling real good lately. Not even a hint of emotional discomfort; not that I’m worried. I think mindfulness keeps me from falling down sadness spirals because I’m aware that I’m teetering on the edge of sadness. … Continue reading
You better believe I performed this at The Magnet! Best Summer Ever–5th Draft INT. DEN- NIGHT LIGHTS UP:
Another sketch I performed at the Magnet. INT. AQUARIUM -DAY People circle a large touch tank. An ANNOUNCER keeps watch.
Here’s a re-write (significant) of my Am-dicked sketch. This was performed at The Magnet Theater!
Here’s the first draft of The Octagon (a parody of The Chew). The Octagon (Draft #1) Five muscular men in shorts sit on stools inside an octagon shaped ring. They’re enclosed by a steal fence. They’re barefoot. There’s a live studio audience.
Readers! 2/14/2013! I’ve been sending out job applications but I haven’t been hearing anything back. I was going to just keep on applying, but then I saw the viral “honest cover letter” that got some guy a bunch of offers. … Continue reading