Thursday, May 17, 2007

Fun with email!

On Mar 28, 2007, at 12:14 AM, Name Withheld wrote:
>I have no idea who you are, please take me off your list.

And then....

On Apr 23, 2007, at 6:20 PM, Name Withheld wrote:
>Greg, I totally love your work, you are truly inspiring.
>Your event at The Cutting Room looks amazing, can't wait to see it!
>Would love to come on sometime when you have a spot.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Ladies Choice?

New York: Fashion-
A sure sign of the regressive times we're living in, Club Monaco on Broadway offers women these snappy, modified maid uniforms. Hey ladies, why not embrace your subservience in style?
Or perhaps you might want to stroll across the street to Gap where they'd like to dress you up in The Boyfriend Jean. Perfect! Now your boyfriend gets to close his eyes and pretend that he's actually making out with a dude. What's a girl to wear?!?

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

All The People You Love

New York: Performance -
ALL THE PEOPLE YOU LOVE at The Cutting Room on May 22nd at 7:30. (Doors at 7PM) $10. Join us for a truly lovely evening of stories and music from some of the best artists in New York City! Featuring: Curtis Eller, James Braly, Craig Baldo, Erin O'Hara, Daniel Cartier, and Greg Walloch. The Cutting Room - 19 West 24th Street between Broadway and 6th Avenue. Reservations: BrownPaperTickets or tickets at the door. Our premiere show on March 15, 2007 featured: Mike Albo, Ophira Eisenberg, Sxip Shirey, Jason Wachtelhausen, and Greg Walloch. Wear somethin’ cute and bring all the people you love! Check out: All The People You Love. CURTIS ELLER
Curtis Eller is New York City's angriest yodeling banjo player. He started his show business career at the age of seven as a juggler and acrobat, but has since turned to the banjo because that's where the money is. Mr. Eller and his band "The American Circus" have performed at funerals, horse races, burlesque shows and vaudeville revues. His biggest musical influences are Buster Keaton, Elvis Presley and Abraham Lincoln. Yodeling and some strong language can be expected. Check out:

Married to his college sweetheart, James Braly has spent the last twenty years researching life in a marital institution. He's performed his autobiographic stories on NPR and Marketplace, and at The Whitney Museum, Long Wharf Theatre, and The Moth, where he is the only two-time winner of the audience-judged GrandSLAM and a featured performer on The Moth National Story Tour. His autobiographic monologue Life In A Marital Institution is currently in development with Hal Brooks, director of 2005 Pulitzer Prize finalist Thom Pain (Based On Nothing). Algonquin will publish the book version in 2008. Check out:

Craig Baldo writes and performs as a comedian and writer. When he’s not performing comedy as a comedic performer, he’s writing comedy as a comedic writer. His performances are based on the comedy of his writing. Craig has worked on shows hosted by Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert and Conan O’Brien. He recently performed on a Royal Caribbean Cruise and was not asked back. He enjoys performing at festivals. Check out:

Erin O'Hara recently released her first full length solo CD, Indestructible Joy, an intimate hybrid of folk simplicity and rock energy featuring innovative guitarist Tom Gavin. Erin is also involved in cultivating the voices of the next generation of women in music. In August 2001 Erin led the vocal workshops at the Rock and Roll Camp for Girls in Portland, Oregon. She is also a performing member of Indiegrrl and a member of New York Women in Film and Television. Check out

Daniel Cartier is a true music industry survivor; a prolific songwriter who continues to add to his extensive body of work in spite of a turbulent past. In November 2006 Daniel released "You and Me Are We". Eleven songs which document his former drug addiction, his eventual stay in a psychiatric ward and drug rehab and his gradual re-emergence into a happy state of mental health. When he's not doing music or art, Daniel uses his boundless energy to raise money for New York animal shelters, AIDS research, and drug awareness. Check out:

Greg Walloch is a writer and performing artist. He has toured everywhere from Sydney Australia's Mardi Gras to Performance Art Platform in Tel Aviv. He has appeared on everything from The Howard Stern Show to Kurt Anderson’s Studio 360 on Public Radio International. Greg has a thing for Skaters, Surfers, Cowboys, and Celebrity Chefs. Check out: