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Friday, January 10, 2014

Sandbox Radio Live! Moves to ACT

Posted by on Fri, Jan 10, 2014 at 3:09 PM

Paul Mullin and Charles Leggett in Markheim, a series inspired by Robert Louis Stevensons angel-detective story
  • Paul Mullin and Charles Leggett in "Markheim," a series inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's angel-detective story

Sandbox Radio Live!—a live radio variety show by members of the Sandbox Artists Collective, which is full of Stranger Geniuses, short-listers, and other artists we love—got its start at West of Lenin in the summer of 2012.

The first SLR!, one night in August, was hot, sweaty, energetic and overflowing. It was only a matter of time until they scaled up. This Monday, SLR! performs its first gig in the big downstairs theater at ACT.

The attractions include:

The latest adventure of “Cousin Katie” by Scot Augustson starring Annette Toutonghi and featuring Jeopardy champ Ken Jennings and Chef in the Hat Thierry Rautureau

“Collect Everything” by Vincent Delaney inaugurates our new sci-fi serial

“Beyond The Box” PSAs by Elizabeth Heffron shine some love on Capitol Hill Housing and Scarecrow Video

Paul Mullin ramps up the action in his angel-noir serial “Markheim” with Charles Leggett

Soprano Megan Chenovick, baritone Danny Oakden, mezzo Melina Pyron, tenor Marcus Shelton, and pianist Beth Kirchoff bring you the love quartet from Rigoletto

“The Happy Prince” by Oscar Wilde receives the SRL treatment

Wayne Rawley serves up a surprising menu at "Mom’s Diner"

Tickets and information here.

In other ACT news, Mark Siano and John Osebold of The Habit—who also work together at ACT—have made a commercial for the all-you-can-watch ACT pass in which they have the chutzpah to cast Macklemore but do the rapping themselves:


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Indeed. If the Gregory Awards had a "Chutzpah" category, Mark Siano would definitely win it.
Posted by wormletter on January 10, 2014 at 7:17 PM · Report this
Siano? His behavior? It's called self-promotion. Personally, I feel that the insincerely-embarassed artist philosophy has enough adherents in Seattle. I find Mark's projection of confidence a welcome change.
Posted by Stephen McCandless on January 10, 2014 at 8:47 PM · Report this
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Stephen, what if I find myself sometimes SINCERELY embarrassed?

PS I'm a Siano admirer too. And the video is fun!, though that Langs actor better keep his day job.
Posted by Mullin on January 10, 2014 at 10:20 PM · Report this

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