I do a lot of shows. Shows, shows, shows.
The Dead Authors show that I did late last year was one of the most rewarding and most fun shows I have done in a long time.
First of all, Paul F. Tompkins is a master of conversation and a hilarious improviser. His mind works in a truly unique way. Dead Authors is a perfect blend of that razor sharp mind and his conversational and bantering skills. It was an honor to share the stage with him.
Second, all proceeds for this show go to 826LA, a children’s literacy charity here in Los Angeles. When I was a kid, books were my best friends, and I can’t imagine a world where kids can’t read or write. 826LA does great work.
Third, I got to wear a robe and do an insane and ridiculous voice and make up fables.
Now, you can relive it all on iTunes, or at deadauthors.org.
The Dead Authors Podcast, Chapter 8: Aesop
Chapter 8: Do you have friends who insist upon doing “voices” for their idiotic dogs? Well, you can blame the original animal anthropomorphizer, Aesop (SuperEgo’s Mark McConville). Join H.G. Wells (Paul F. Tompkins) as he delves into the mind behind so many lazy grasshoppers and eating-disorderd foxes. Have you ever wondered just what the true pronunciation of “Aesop” is? After listening to this, you will continue to do so!