The game really doesn’t matter much in Megan Rosati’s BALL OR NOTHING. It’s all about the dialogue and what’s going on in the shadows. It’s a good thing because any hurling object involved sport was never my cup of tea. In the season finale our endearing band of misfits is not succeeding at concealing their […]
From the creator of 52 Ways to Breaking UP comes a brand new series that will get those laugh centers pulsing and those neurons motoring. MEGAN ROSATI’S BALL OR NOTHING is not just about the words coming out of the characters mouths, but paying attention to what’s going on behind them. IFC’s Comedy Crib couldn’t […]
When I first received an invite to see a show called The Bitch Seat I must confess I was ever so slightly intimidated by the name. Sure I knew it was a comedy show featuring comedians presenting items from their adolescent past on stage. I was even aware it was taking place within the nurturing […]
Come one, come all to the live talk show that handles adolescent angst like a pro. The Bitch Seat takes place at the NerdMelt Showroom tomorrow, June 30th. Will you laugh? Yes. Will you relate? Oh heck, yes. Will there be ladies showing off and discussing the poetry, drawings, songs, sketches, videos, etc. of their […]
The last time I saw Jurassic Park there were Raptors chasing children and opening doors with their claws. I was scarred for life. With a twenty-two year jump in the future for this summer’s Jurassic World you just know those giant lizards will be insanely advanced. But will they be shark DNA scary? Find out […]
There sure are a lot of ways to break up with people. In this technological age we seem to have thought of even more. Listen to real life podcaster and comedian Dave Ross serve up a plate of hot break up news to our heroine Megan Rosati, Terrified style. Enjoy Subscribe! (WARNING:colorful intimate language) Series […]
They say breaking up is hard to do. Is it? Is it really? Check out Megan Rosati‘s series 52 Ways to Break Up and you might think otherwise. Today enjoy Give Up! Yep, that’s WOMEN‘s Jake Weisman playing a very bored man. Mentions: Give Up was created by Megan Rosati and directed by Will Lamborn.