Monday, November 8, 2010

Proposed tour path.

Starting January first.
Still lots of booking and planning to do. 

Phoenix, AZ
Tucson, AZ
Las Cruces, NM
Albuquerque, NM
Amarillo, TX
Oklahoma City, OK
Dallas / Ft Worth, TX
Austin, TX
Houston, TX
New Orleans, LA
Hattiesburg, MS
Meridian, MS
Birmingham, AL
Atlanta, GA
Chatanooga, TN
Nashville, TN
Louisville, KY
ST Louis, MO
Kansas City, MO
Wichita, KS
Des Moines, IA
Omaha, NE
Boulder, CO
St George, UT
Las Vegas, NV
Los Angeles-ish, CA
Santa Barbara, CA
Pismo Beach, CA
Monterey, CA
Santa Cruz, CA
San Francisco, CA
Sacramento, CA
Eugene, OR
Portland, OR
Seattle, WA
Spokane, WA
Coeur D'Alene, ID
Bozeman, MT
Billings, MT
Bismarck, ND
Jamestown, ND
Fargo, ND
Sioux Falls, SD
Minneapolis, MN
Eau Claire, WI
Chicago, IL
Kalamazoo, MI (maybe)
Indianapolis, IN
Columbus, OH
Pittsburgh, PA
Philly, PA
New York, NY
Bridgeport, CT
Providence, RI
Boston, MA
Portland, ME
St Johnsbury, VT
Springfield, MA
Hamden, CT
New York, NY
Trenton, NJ
Atlantic Ctiy, NJ
Dover, DE (maybe)
Baltimore, MD
Washington, DC
Richmond, VA
Raleigh, NC
Charlotte, NC
Columbia, SC
Savannah, GA
Jacksonville, FL
Talahassee, FL
Mobile, AL
and then a few more on the way back to AZ

See your city on there? Say hey! 
We need all the help we can get with couches, and shows. 

We'll be filming a documentary of this whole trip.

The Cut Throat Freak Show touring in a minivan with a balloon twisting clown for 
70+ cities. At the end, I intend to purchase a plane ticket to Hawaii to celebrate, and officially mark off the last state I will have left on my list. 

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Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Thursday, August 5, 2010

We painted some stickers tonight!

We had planned on going out to commit acts of vandalism with these tonight, but then we settled into watching hulu.

If you want to purchase a sticker for any sum of money at all, we're down. Otherwise, they're probably getting stuck on things in our travels tmrw or the next day.

Check these out!

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Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Cut Throat Freak Show meets The Emotron July 25th

This will be the most fun you'll have on a Sunday. Unless you plan on fucking in church. And even if you do, there's time for both.

Come have a fantastic party with us!
We'll drink too much, and engage in ridiculous shenanigans.

And you'll get to see two of the most ridiculous, and fun acts. Ever.

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Dear Phoenix, -fucking REALLY?!

The idea that street performing is regulated anywhere in the United States pisses me the fuck off.<p>
REALLY?! <p>
Fucking really?!!<p>
It can be illegal to juggle? <p>
Read that again, I'll wait.<br>
It's illegal to juggle sometimes. What the shit?!<p>
I was recently asked to remove myself and my props from a public street. The alternative was jail time. <p><br>
I am planning to do a show as an act of dis-civil obedience. <br>
I will obey the "do not perform here" law with such silliness that it should force the issue.<p>
I intend to direct the audience into an act (which is actually pretty good, and can work right away) which I will watch. <br>
The audience will become the performer, and I will become the spectator.<p>
With any luck, the police will ask <b>ME</b> to shut this down and move along. ME! The audience member! Haha!<p>

So yeah. First Friday. Second And Roosevelt. In the street, where it's blocked off. Right in the middle, where I'm not supposed to be.
Let's sayyyyy, 9:30 pm?

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Monday, May 10, 2010

Back from the International Super Side Show in Las Vegas.

We had a great time in Las Vegas.

Eight minutes of our show got cut due to fire restrictions last minute. It's always tough to come up with a great show with no materials. Especially when you're expected to do so in the hour that you should be sound checking. I think we did pretty fucking well anyway. <p>
This was the third performance of the rake act, and it went off perfectly. I don't know how a person can be sitting in the audience, see a rake on stage, and not instantly think "somebody is going to get hit in the face with that". So far though, the glass-rake-face-explosion has been a surprise all three times.

It's a shame that something that I like so much only occupies about 3 seconds of stage time (including my stumbling after the hit). I love it though. Come see the show soon, things are getting exciting. <p>

Here, have some pictures from Las Vegas!!

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