I performed this horrible slice of slam poetry as part of the Suck Slam and I thought I’d be nice for you to read it, since you weren’t fucking there. Love You!
This here is a version of the Four Yorkshiremen sketch that I adapted for the Institution Theater‘s Sketch Cover Night, first performed in At Last! The 1948 Show and made famous by Monty Python. You can check out the original sketch here.
I performed this version at the Alamo Drafthouse on January 23rd, 2013, with the following cast:
Ben Masten as Graham Chapman’s guy
Kyle Traughber as Marty Feldman’s guy
Meredith Mae Roberts as Tim Brooke-Taylor’s guy
Bryan “LuBu” Roberts as John Cleese’s guy
Quinn Buckner as Waiter
And here we go!
Hello all! some years ago I was asked by my friend Leah Moss to write and perform the bluest and most tasteless sketch I could possibly think of for a show she was putting together downtown. I came up with the sketch, but was unable to perform it due to circumstances I can no longer remember. It was performed once (with Ceej Allen and Mike Joplin). Enough stalling. Here is the worst thing I have ever inflicted on humanity. Enjoy!
This is a sketch written for the 24-hour sketch competition, performed at Coldtowne Theater on February 10th, 2013. One of the sketches we had to come up with was a sketch featuring the “Dumb Doctor” archetype, so me and my squad cooked it up right quick. The squad, who also deserves credit, are Kyle Traugher, Ben Masten, Meredith Mae Roberts, and Quinn Buckner. Displayed here so you know what a sketch written with a combination of panic and sleeplessness might look like.
Every year, some kind of ridiculous biker convention known as the ROT Rally comes to Austin, Tx and destroys all traffic for the weekend. I conceived this sketch while in a particular bad run of traffic. Hopefully the writing properly reflects my frustration with this blight on the town.
Until I am killed by a biker gang,
Yes, this is based entirely on "Damages," so don't even bother asking me about that.
For the month of February 2014, I dedicated myself to writing one blackout sketch a day. For those who don't know, a blackout is a tiny sketch that generally consists of a single joke. Are they all good? As far as I'm concerned, yes. But realistically, they are all probably shit shows. How about you be the judge and get back to me later, KAY?