Saturday, July 9, 2011
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
The Thrilling Adventure Hour
Acker & Blacker’s The Thrilling Adventure Hour is a staged comedy production in the style of an old-time radio show that proves radio is still the king of all media! Each month features the multi-talented WorkJuice Players (including Paul F. Tompkins, Paget Brewster, Busy Philipps, John DiMaggio, James Urbaniak, and MORE) and guest stars such as Nathan Fillion, Patton Oswalt, Linda Cardellini, Andy Richter, Dave Foley, Colin Hanks, Alison Brie, and MORE.
A sophisticated comedy sprinkled with affectionate homage to 1940’s era radio, the Thrilling Adventure… program features three non-serialized serials in each episode, as well as jingles and messages from sponsors such as Patriot Brand Cigarettes (“Good for your Constitution”).
Ben Acker and Ben Blacker write and produce a new show each month and have since March 2005. The house is sold out, and the crowds consist not only of Hollywood denizens seeking a unique evening of comedy, but also loyal fans who return month after month to follow their favorite characters.
The Thrilling Adventure Hour is performed by nicely-dressed performers whom you’ll recognize from television, comedy clubs, the UCB and Second City stages, and the movies. Each and every one of them is raring to take down Garrison Keillor’s troupe of yellow-bellied thesps in a rumble, anytime, anywhere.
To buy tickets go to Largo
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
What did JJ whisper to Hotch at the end of "Lauren" on Criminal Minds? — Brooke Pierson, via Twitter
ADAM: Like I'd tell you! But I'm betting that the secret will be revealed this season, given that executive producer Erica Messer is planning to further explore the Hotch and JJ of it all. "There is a relationship there — especially having shared this secret — that we think is worth exploring," Messer says. "It's nothing romantic, but there's definitely a bond that these two have... that doesn't come along very often."
by: Tyrone Warner
Date: 7/5/2011 10:24:00 AM
The acclaimed star of “Criminal Minds” appears on the cover of the July/August issue of “Maximum Fitness.”
In the issue Shemar Moore talks candidly about the biking accident he experienced in 2009 where he was hit by a Cadillac and broke his leg.
“It was the scariest moment of my life,” said Moore, who also admitted “I got lucky… and then some.”
The 41-year-old also talks about his workout routine and how he stays in such buff shape.
Cycling has always been an important passion for Moore, who participates in charity cycling events for multiple sclerosis in honour of his mother, who suffers from the disease.
Inside the magazine is also a spread of several photos, which shows Moore pumping iron while wearing a red hat with matching shorts and shoes… and yes ladies, shirtless. You might want to pick this mag up if you’re a fan.
The magazine shots also give a detailed look at Moore’s tattoos, which include a large lion on his right shoulder, and an intricate design on his right calf.
Fans shouldn’t be surprised that before Moore was an actor he worked as a model in order to pay the bills. The actor isn’t new to fitness magazines either; in 2009 he appeared on the cover of “Men’s Fitness.”
One last tidbit for you Canadian Moore obsessives… apparently the actor has a little bit of Canadian blood in him, as his mother, who was born in Massachusetts, is reportedly of an Irish and French-Canadian descent.
Before “Criminal Minds,” Moore played Malcolm Winters on “The Young and the Restless” for eight years.
SPOILER ALERT: Some news about the upcoming season of “Criminal Minds” is starting to leak, straight from the mouth of executive producer Erica Messer. Messer says that Moore’s character, BAU Agent Morgan, will be the first to discover the cover-up regarding the faked death of Agent Prentiss (Paget Brewster).