Improvised Sermon as The Reverend Raymond Nader @ The Barrow Group, 1/14/10

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The Blue Plate Special is an awesome monthly variety show sponsored by The Barrow Group, a theater under whose teachers I trained last year.

Bethel Caram, one of the hilarious hosts of the evening, invited me to perform an improvised sermon as The Reverend Raymond Nader at the upcoming Blue Plate Special that is this Thursday, January 14, 2010, at 8pm. Below are the details!

The Blue Plate Special

Let’s show 2010 who’s boss! It’s time to get busy and come together for the first BLUE PLATE SPECIAL of the year!

Featuring many talented performers from the TBG community, including an improvised sermon by The Reverend Raymond Nader!

WHEN?
Thursday, January 14, 2010
8pm

WHERE?
The Barrow Group Mainstage Theater
3rd floor
312 W. 36th St.
New York, NY 10018
The Barrow Group

ADMISSION?
Free!

The Blue Plate Special is a TBG sponsored monthly variety show.

Comic Improvised Sermon as The Reverend Raymond Nader @ BAX 2/5 & 2/6, 2010

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Stone Skipping

a show curated by Abigail Browde and Victoria Libertore

featuring:

  • Alexis Clements
  • The Reverend Raymond Nader
  • Sean Donovan
  • Sini Anderson
  • Supergroup

followed by a moderated discussion

WHEN?
Friday, February 5th, 2010
Saturday, February 6th, 2009
8pm

WHERE?
The Brooklyn Arts Exchange
421 Fifth Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11215

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ADMISSION?
In advance/online [Click Here] $12 General // $7 Low-Income

At the Door: (30 minutes before showtime)
$15 General // $8 Low-Income

SEEING THE SHOW?
If so, make a comment below!

Welcome to the Brand New Ben Hauck online!

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Wow!

You are looking at the brand new Ben Hauck online. Thank goodness!

You can’t know how much time I’ve spent trying to get this live. Here and there in December I dabbled in WordPress until finally digging in closer to Christmastime. When away on Christmas break, much more of my time was spent on the computer tweaking code than with family, to figure out what I wanted in a new website and then trying to get it to happen. Although I can do some cool things, I’m still ultimately an amateur and things take me a long time. This website was an evolution to get to the point you see now, and right now I’m extremely happy with the result.
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