Posts Tagged ‘ed herbstman’
The Mantzoukas Brothers won the Friars Club Improv Competition this past weekend. For winning they get $5000 to put towards creating a short comedic film. Congrats! You can catch them at the Magnet in July.
Lookin’ for something fun to listen to? Ed Herbstman & Melanie Hoops star in a dramatic reading, produced for radio, of Kurt Andersen’s “holiday” tale. From the Studio 360 website:
This is what Kurt Andersen considers a holiday tale… melting ice caps and extraterrestrial spies? Kurt’s story, “Human Intelligence,” was produced for radio by Jonathan Mitchell, and stars Melanie Hoopes, John Ottavino, and Ed Herbstman. The unabridged version was published this year in Stories: All New Tales, an anthology edited by Neil Gaiman and Al Sarrantonio.
From Kevin Mullaney’s IRC Podcast site…
“I interviewed Nate Starkey of the People’s Improv Theater, Porter Mason of the UCB Theatre and Ed Herbstman of the Magnet Theater. We talked about Oscar moments in improv, breaking our bad habits, character baseball, giving enough notes in class and being in the rainbow.”