January 17: Home Ec
For his month’s show, we have presentations on grooming! food! and fashion! As usual, doors 7:30/ show at 8 at Union Hall.
Here’s the lineup:
Giulia Rozzi is a NYC based comedian, actress and writer. She’s appeared on MTV, Vh1, Italian Mtv, and CNN and is the co-host of the popular and highly acclaimed sex-themed storytelling show Stripped Stories at the UCB Theatre in NYC. Recently she released her first comedy album “A Very Pretty Name.” More at giuliarozzi.com.
Kurt Opprecht is the son of a rocket scientist and a financial planner, born and raised in Utah on the bed of an ancient and extinct lake. He lives on the lower East Side of New York City where he crafts supernatural devices and plans voyages to distant lands. He is a writer, teacher, and a creator’s coach. He produced and edited “How to Rule the World for Fun and Profit,” the Billionaires for Bush book, and his play “Dos Coyotes” is part of the Manhattan Repertory Theater’s Winterfest 2011 lineup.
Brandy Barber writes, produces, and performs comedy. She writes for the syndicated talk show called LATE NIGHT REPUBLIC. Her freelance pieces have been published in/on BUST, GLAMOUR, TIME OUT NEW YORK, GAWKER.com and PLAYGIRL. She was an original member of the Upright Citizens Brigade NYC Harold Team, MY KICKASS VAN. She is also the voice of the android Mia in an XBOX “Alien Breed” game series- and her teen diary was published in the Simon Spotlight book MORTIFIED: Real People, Real Words, Real Pathetic.
Kyle Supley is a UCB graduate from upstate NY. He is a storyteller, comic, and host, currently hosting the monthly “Kyle and David Chat and Chew,” a variety/talk show at the Creek and the Cave in LIC. He also performs as New York’s oldest singing Nonagenarian “Victor Victrola” in clubs around the city. He has a collection of men’s vintage clothing as well as mid century furnishings. A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology and The College of Saint Rose, He has lived in NY for over 10 years and currently live in Astoria Queens.
I’ll be sharing a very relevant selection of weird crap from my
precious precious hoards archives. We’ll also have a giveaway from Etsy shop DaSweetZpot, where the winner can choose from prizes including handcrafted Italian jams and jellies, and an invention called the potato pouch, which allows you to microwave a potato in five minutes without it turning into a big weird wrinkle, and/or treats like chocolate fudge with chipotle, which looks like this when it’s being made:
See? You are learning about home economics already.
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