Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Xtreme Sketch Comedy

We have a new tradition at Train of Thought: Drinking wierd energy drinks before rehearsal.

Ryan: Socko (not very good)
Matt: Cowboy Energy (had a very wierd metallic aftertaste)
Me: Monster: Khoas (awful - like old Sunny D)

Ryan: NOS (seemed to like it enough)
Matt: Omega Energy (actually really good)
Me: Monster: Assault (I liked this one)

Oh and don't forget our new show Valentine's Day themed sketch comedy show, Train of Thought > Breaking Up - sketch comedy about love, dating and getting rid of that very special someone, opens this Friday! (details below!)

Quick Show Facts:

> Show name: Train of Thought > Breaking Up

> Featuring: John Boyle, Ryan Miller, Matt Owens

> Performances: Fridays & Saturdays February 3rd, 4th, 10th, 11th, 17th, 18th, 24th and 25th

> Time: 10:30 PM (doors open at 10)

> Location: Northwest Actor's Studio: The Cabaret Theater, 3rd Floor, on Capitol Hill (1100 E Pike Street, Seattle, WA, 98122) - Map

> Ticket price:$10, $8 with valid student ID and $100 for all ex-girlfriends of John, Matt and Ryan

> Written by: John Boyle and Train of Thought

> Directed by: John Boyle

Thursday, January 26, 2006

Every Other Hit will be a Home Run too.

Pitch limits? Mercy rules? It's starting to sound like RBI Baseball.

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

We've Made a Powerful Enemy

Note to self: Do not mess with Steeler Fans.

Monday, January 23, 2006

Gama-Go Rocks People

Props to our friends at Gama-Go for mentioning us in their newsletter. I've gotten a ton of emails/texts from friends about it.

How did everyone I know get on Gama-Go's list? lol.

It's our time now.

I never thought I'd hear 'Seattle Seahawks' in the same sentance as 'Super Bowl'. Unless it was along the lines of 'The Seattle Seahawks volunteer to clean up stadium after two other teams play in Super Bowl'.

Bring on the Steelers! Super Bowl XL is ours! I know it!

Friday, January 20, 2006

Fun Seattle Improv Show

I also want to give props to my friends in Wallflowers, a really funny improv show about dorky kids trapped at a school dance.

It runs through February at 8:00 so go see them! (then come see us at 10:30) :p

Video Podcast

We're excited about our video podcast. So be sure to check it out. It's free and we'll be releasing a new sketch every few weeks or so.

Remember, you don't need a Video iPod to get our video podcast, just the latest version of iTunes.

Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Thanks Chicago!

By the way I'd like to give a big thanks to the Chicago Sketchfest team: Brian, Brian P., Jill, Brandon and the entire staff and volunteers. We had an amazing time!

Now we're workin' hard on the new show.

It's Lonely Out in Space

I truely forgot how awesome this was: