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Monday, February 1, 2016

Real Men Learn New Musicals

We started rehearsal for a brand new musical at First Stage Children's Theater.

http://www.firststage.org/Shows--Events/2015-2016-season/Just-a-Little-Critter-Musical/

I'm really excited about it. The story is fun and the music is awesome. The cast is great!

Click the image below or on the right of the page for info about the show:




http://www.firststage.org/Shows--Events/2015-2016-season/Just-a-Little-Critter-Musical/

Friday, January 29, 2016

Happy National Puzzle Day!

I didn't even know there was a day to celebrate puzzles. I try to celebrate jigsaw puzzles every time I clear off the dining room table. But today take some time to tease your brain or complete a crossword. Keep those brain cells working!

Here are some teasers for start you off: Click here for Puzzles!

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Real Men Put Together Puzzles

I love thrift stores and puzzles.

I found this great puzzle at a St. Vincent De Paul's in Madison the other day. To find a location near you follow this link: Find Store Now!

It's my favorite kind of puzzle made by Springbok and it only cost 40 cents! The puzzle pieces are never the same shape and they interlock together so well that you can pick the whole puzzle up without it falling apart. If you find these the older vintage ones, they have printed on the back of the box either a little story or a poem about the picture. It's that little added detail I love about Sprinkbok.

Friday, January 22, 2016

Real Men Make Videos

I don't know if many of you know this, but for some time I've been working with local theatres of Milwaukee and Madison, producing marketing videos.

The latest video is for Forward Theater's latest production: The FLICK




It's directed by my lovely wife Molly!

Check out the video, then check out buying a ticket to the show!

THE FLICK

by Annie Baker

January 28th - February 14th, 2016

THE STORY

In a run-down movie theater in central Massachusetts, three underpaid employees mop the floors and attend to one of the last 35-millimeter film projectors in the state. Amidst the daily drudgery, they navigate the small triumphs and heartbreaking moments that are the substance of our daily lives. Issues of race, class, family, and sex underline this awkward, funny, and incredibly touching play. With keen insight and a finely-tuned comic eye, The Flick is a hilarious and poignant cry for authenticity in a fast-changing world.