I’m Too Fragile For This LIVE! with special guest Will Hines at the Denver Improv Festival!
So, if you are going to be in Denver on the weekend of October 25th, I’m Too Fragile For This (myself and Cathryn Mudon) are going to be performing a rare live show along with our friend Will Hines. Also, the three of us will be teaching improv workshops the next morning.
Remember when Will was in an episode of I2F4T? Well, this will be fun just like that was.
The show is Saturday night at 10pm at the Bovine Metropolis Theater and you can buy tickets here.
You should come watch the show and/or take a workshop if you’re in the area and it sounds like something you’d like to do.
I’M TOO FRAGILE FOR THIS: “The Sister”
Connor attempts to fix “Brother Neil” (Neil Casey) up with Mudon’s sister.
We’re doing a Seinfeld show on Maude Night!
All but one of the mass murders in the U.S. over the last 30 years has been committed by men. The fact that gender is often omitted from the story speaks to how we still see the masculine as the irreproachable and invisible standard. As Michael Kimmel notes in his extensive research on school shootings, if the genders were reversed and most school shootings were committed by women, you’d bet gender would be part of the analysis.
We often instead shift the conversation to “mental illness” and describe shooters as madmen, while the characteristics they exhibit are often an extension of toxic masculinity ideals that are institutionally reinforced.
"…if the genders were reversed and most school shootings were committed by women, you’d bet gender would be part of the analysis."
I wasn’t too clear on Net Neutrality and the implications of the FCC vote yesterday, but this video is COMPREHENSIVE. It also shares lots of links for what you can do.
Episode 3 - The Perfect Wednesday
Life lesson here? Spoilers are bad for everyone.
Watch the full first season of “Approach The Bench” here.
I was 15 when “Waiting for Guffman” came out. I wouldn’t discover improv for another ten years, but I knew back then that Guffman was brilliant and special and I watched it obsessively.
This was a fun shoot. And I got to tell Bob Balaban that I adore him and that Guffman is essentially the reason I’m doing comedy. Dreamy xoxo