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Tales Told by a HIDiot
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Category: Performing Arts
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March 18, 2014 09:00 PM PDT

Prepare to get your daily doses of Vitamins A, D, and Separatist Lesbian!

WOW Café Theatre is a Women and Transgender Collective that needs your help! Purchased in the 1980s for the low, low price of $1 (!!!), WOW now faces considerable costs needed to keep the building up to code. Handicapped accessible balthrooms and air conditioners are just some of the changes that must be made to keep this historic theatre alive.

Please listen, laugh, and learn on this call-to-arms episode of Tales Told by a HIDiot. Then go to http://www.wowcafe.org to find out how you can help.

New York needs this kind of theatre, and its artists need these opportunities. Don't let this East Village beacon go out for good. 

March 11, 2014 06:50 PM PDT

"But, Hamlet Isn't Dead" <-- That's you. "I just don't have time to listen to the entirety of your fantastic podcast, Tales Told by a HIDiot."

Well, this week, you sure do! Coming at you in a condensed half hour slot, it's The Queen's Players! David and Robin sit down with Alberto Bonilla (director) and Samantha Maurice (Murderer #1) to discuss their punk-rock verion of Shakespeare's Richard III at The Secret Theatre

You've only got one weekend left to catch this awesomely-interactive, musically-fuelled awesome fest. So get your tickets here: http://www.secrettheatre.com and hold onto your mohawks! It's been viewed, previewed, and reviewed, and you're not gonna wanna miss it!

March 06, 2014 10:23 AM PST

It's taglines and laughs galore in the newest installment of Tales Told by a HIDiot, starring Sanguine Theatre Company!

HID's David Andrew Laws sits down with Anna Fearheiley, Jillian Robertson, and Karly Fischer to talk about their upcoming production WILD, playing at IRT from March 13th - April 6th.

There's laughter laughed, advice given, and David gets invited to a wedding! Don't miss out. For more information on Sanguine, visit http://sanguinenyc.com.

And don't forget to Follow Hamlet Isn't Dead on Twitter and Like us on Facebook!


February 25, 2014 09:00 PM PST


Look at all those letters! There're even some numbers in there. Oh...just. Oh. Lucky you! This is the link to buy tickets to see

BASIC HELP by Ben Clawson, StrangeDog's Theatre's fantastic production in the Frigid New York Festival.
We can, without a doubt, descibe this show as Hilarious, Touching, Engaging, and HILARIOUS.

Starring the inestimable Megan Greener and the unestimmatabible Gavin Earl Johnson

Dates & Times:
Show #2 - 5:30 THURSDAY Feb 27th
Show #3 - 6:50 SATURDAY Mar 1st
Show #4 - 10:15 WEDNESDAY Mar 5th
Show #5 - 12:30 SUNDAY Mar 9th

Enjoy this podcast interviewing playwright Ben Clawson and director Artem Yatsunov about Basic Help, StrangeDog Theatre, and the complexities of pseudo-nouveau particle physics. Well, maybe not that last one, but it's at least worth a laugh.



February 18, 2014 09:00 PM PST

Get to know the founders of Hamlet Isn't Dead and a few of their favorite HIDiots in this exposé on all these HIDiful. We talk about HID's origins, its season thus far, and its ambitious future endeavors.

Featuring: David Andrew Laws, Robin Rightmyer, Travis Klemm, and Dayle Towarnicky

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