Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Stand-up Show at Harvard

This is me on stage at the historic Sanders Theatre located on the Harvard Campus. It was built in the 1800s. People such as Winston Churchill, Martin Luther King and Teddy Roosevelt have spoken there in the past. I told fart jokes.


Here's what a professional photo of what Sanders Theatre looks like. The place is so classy, it's spelled "theatre" not "theater". It was a great show. I was on it with several other comics. It was a benefit for the earthquake victims in Pakistan.
The statue to the side of the stage from where I'm sitting looks like Obi Wan Kenobi. But it's not. It's a statue that was made by Thomas Crawford of James Otis. Otis is depicted speaking in the old town house of Boston in February, 1761 against the British Writs of Assistance which empowered customs house officers to search any house for smuggled goods. (That is true, I cut and pasted the previous two sentences from the Harvard website).

1 Comments:

Blogger MaryAn Batchellor said...

Dude, give us a report on Feast. Are they ever going to release it?

2:04 PM  

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