Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Great Radio Last Night ~ Storytelling Shows This Friday & Saturday

Centanni Radio ~ in New York City, had a wonderful Tuesday night at Giovanna's Restaurant, courtesy of Davino, master chef.

Diana Navarro, Johnny Mandolin, Valerie & Betty, and Yorkville Stoops to Nuts all had outstanding shows.

Thank you, Eric Vetter, for being a charming and knowledgeable guest, please come back soon. Many songs to play and slices of life to discuss. Thank you, for re-introducing me to Bill Withers. I wish you continued success with "No Name... & A Bag O' Chips" the super comedy & variety show at Otto's Shrunken Head.

I'm having fun, the radio show is getting better all the time. I think Paul puts my feelings best.

Here is the Centanni archive link for last night's "Yorkville: Stoops to Nuts" show with a Bobby Thomson tribute, "The Giants Won the Pennant!,"

Please listen at your leisure. be well, Tommy

~ Storytelling shows this Friday & Saturday ~

Professor Adam Wade proudly presents storytelling excellence at Magnet Studio Theater @ 259 West 30th Street, @ 2nd Fl.

Eleven graduating students tell eight minute stories.

Friday, August 20
th @ 8:30pm ~ six stories

Saturday, August 21st @ 8pm ~ five stories

Adam's hosting both ***Free shows*** Here's what you'll hear.

Kidnapping parents sabotage show. Blair Witch goes to Jesus Camp. But I don’t want to date her, do I have to? Prodigy’s fibs sail over the backboard. Body parts stuck together for the main feature, Jackie Brown. Band uniforms disappear, someone’s gonna pay. Blanche
Dubois’s windpipe problem. Private school teachers in trouble ~ film at eleven. Got the number, lost the girl. Why it’s a good idea to keep your iPod library to yourself. It’s your apartment, over her dead body.

Come to both shows, throw fruit if we stink!

Show 1 - Friday @ August 20
th @ 8:30pm

Celeste Arias, Chrissy Brown, Dan
Diggles, Megan Gray, Erin Kilkenny, Miguel de Leon

Show 2 - Saturday @ August 21st @ 8pm

Kelly Wallace-
Barnhill, Lindsay Gentile, Henry Johnson, Rachel Pertile, Tommy Pryor

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