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10/27/07: A Halloween Song - a song by Richard Levinson
 4/05/08: An Easter Song - a song by Richard Levinson
07/12/08: Patrick Duffy Pays Tribute - Patrick Duffy pays tribute to fallen serials at the 3rd Annual Thurstys
07/12/08: The Proposal Song - a song at the 3rd Annual Thurstys becomes a real marriage proposal!
10/18/08: Biting Political Satire - a song by Richard Levinson
 2/21/09: High Five City - celebrations at our 100th episode
 4/04/09: All The Leaves Are Brown - Terry helps us pass time at vote count
 4/11/09: Dear Back Pain - Joe Hernandez-Kolski wites a breakup letter
 5/02/09: Klagdor & Keely - Klagdor the aspiring-actor robot auditions for "Louis & Keely"
 4/02/11: Send in the Carnies - a song by Richard Levinson
 5/28/11: The Serial Killers Dancers: Bad Karma
 6/25/11: The Serial Killers Dancers: Cannibal
10/08/11: The Serial Killers Dancers: Hell on Heels
 2/11/12: Elvis Prestello: Tramp the Dirt Down
 4/21/12: The Serial Killers Dancers: Backstabber Lady
 6/09/12: The Serial Killers Dancers: Do It Like a Dude
10/06/12: The Serial Killers Dancers: Promises
10/20/12: The Hip News: Vote Dizzy - The Hip News swings the election!
 2/23/13: The Serial Killers Dancers: Hey, Big Spender
 3/02/13: Bela Lugosi's Passion - Cabaret act For Lovers Only combines two great songs.
 4/27/13: The Serial Killers Dancers: Black Sheep
 7/13/13: Joe Dances Dirty - Joe Hernandez-Kolski talks about wanting to be Patrick Swayze
 7/20/13: The Engagement Dance of Walter Trey Perkins & Donnelle Fuller - Our second live-on-stage real-life proposal!
 9/28/13: Russell Sings - Cub Sinatra
10/19/13: Only a Lad - Marz Richards sings to round out your evening.
11/23/13: Karl and Little Joey - Karl describes an outrageous act to his pal Joey.
12/07/13: Karl and Little Joey Apologize - An abject Karl apologizes for last week's act.
12/14/13: Smooth Movementz - The dancing sensation that's sweeping the nation.
02/15/14: For Singles Only - Marz Richards will turn you into a lover.
02/08/14: Khan Khan - A musical number from China: The Whole Enchilada.
02/22/14: Roar and Jump - Michelle Gardner performs dances in American Sign Language.
03/01/14: Smooth Moviementz - Smooth Movementz returns with a salute to the movies.
04/12/14: Lovers Dance Apart - "For Lovers Only" presents a lovers musical mashup.
04/19/14: Giter Brider Itzik & Better Off Without a Wife - The dulcet tones of Bryan Krasner.
04/26/14: Rhune Kincaid - Songs of love and doom.
05/03/14: Zachary Bernstein - Zach sings "I've Got My Eye on You" and "Crispy Crispy Clementine."
05/24/14: Devil Doll - Disturbing doings from Marz Richards.
05/24/14: An Encounter with Sates - Sates sings "Encounter."
07/05/14: Tribute to America - Smooth Movementz presents a July 4 weekend patriotic tribute.
07/19/14: Big Finish - A big finish as many of the Season 9 Nightcaps combine for one mega-Nightcap.
09/13/14: Maral Adams - Stand-up comedy from Maral Adams.
09/20/14: Mr. Snapper & Mr. Buddy Make Whoopee - Thoughts on the most important part of matrimony.
09/20/14: Mr. Snapper & Mr. Buddy Cowboy Up - An old cowhand on the Rio Grande.
09/27/14: Glen Frazier - Stand-up comic Glen Frazier.
10/04/14: Milo Martin - Utopian nihilist and master of poetry Milo Martin performs a new work.
10/11/14: Korey Simeone - A short history lesson about fiddle music.
10/25/14: Your Host, Birthday Clown - Birthday Clown performs Renfield's "Stuntshow."
01/31/15: Karl Herlinger & Little Joey's Dating Tips - Questionable advice.
02/21/15: Michelle Gardner - Lip-sync sign language dance.
02/28/15: Before Dawn - Musical duo from Austin, Texas.
03/07/15: For Lovers Only - "Thunderbass" - Another musical mashup from "For Lovers Only."
04/04/15: A Word From the Producers of 99 Seat Theater - We're in the money.
04/11/15: The Awesome Gentleman's Society - Gentrifying the hip-hops.
04/18/15: Zachary Bernstein & Friends & Enemies - A "No Scrubs" musical interlude.
04/25/15: Jeremy Gayhorse & Uni - Famed stallion Jeremy Gayhorse visits with insight and poetry.
05/02/15: Orange Blossom Special - Korey Simeone (fiddle), Ryan Johnson (keyboard) and Chris Novicki (drum).
05/16/15: Smooth TV Movementz - Smooth Movementz returns with their tribute to television.
09/20/15: The Radioactive Chickenheads - Punk band The Radioactive Chickenheads rock the Nightcap.
09/26/15: Tyler Tyler - The magic of Tyler Tyler.
10/03/15: Red Light District - Red Light District perform a stripped-down version of their music.
10/10/15: Korey Simeone - Maybe - Korey Simeone may or may not be our entertainment tonight.
11/21/15: Nikki Muller - The Cole Porter of vagina songs.
12/05/15: Dinah Steward - A jazzy "Ghostbusters" and an original song from this classy vocalist.
12/12/15: Ari Radousky's Game Show Thing - High-speed trivia, loud and lightning-fast! Can YOU keep up with Ari?
12/19/15: Smooth Movementz - They're back with a salute to one-hit wonders!
02/20/16: Einstein's Girl - Science and romance collide in this musical performance.
02/27/16: Brendan Sings Bowie - Brendan Hunt and Zachary Bernstein pay tribute to the Starman.
03/12/16: Smokey Miles - Three bespoke songs from the human alter-ego of cult-favorite Count Smokula.
04/16/16: Brandon McCulloch - Three songs from balladeer Brandon McCulloch.
10/08/16: Doa Oxford - Doa Oxford sings "Something You Got"
10/15/16: Nate Shelkey - Nate performs the seasonally appropriate "Halloween 1987."
10/22/16: les petits guignolers - in "La Petit Mort" (The Little Death).
10/29/16: SKULLDUGGERY: "Eight Phases" - A musical number from our mainstage show, a prequel to Hamlet.
11/12/16: R.J. Comer - The Gentleman Outlaw sings "Smothered," "Leave Your Light On" and "St. James Infirmary"
02/04/17: Host Segment: Victor Isaac - Handsome can't compensate for some things.
02/25/17: Michelle Gardner: "Creep" & "F*** You" - w/Rodnesha K. Green, Monica Greene & Cj Merriman.
04/08/17: Amir Levi w/Brenda Varda - Excerpts from Amir Levi's cabaret show, with Brenda Varda on keys.
04/15/17: Joe Hernandez-Kolski: "Letter to My Future Wife" - Award-winning Spoken word artist Joe H-K returns.
04/22/17: Ian Smith - Original music.
04/29/17: Tina B. - Spoken word artist Tina B.
05/06/17: Fire Chief Charlie - Local band Fire Chief Charlie perform "Boris" and "We On the Radio."

by Amber Ruffin & Kevin Sciretta
music by David Schmoll
music direction by Emily Clark
directed by Victor Isaac

Muddirt is a hell of a town.

7 Episodes
Original Run: 3 Eps, 3/12/16 - 3/26/16
Playoffs Run: 4 Eps, 4/9/16, 4/23/16 - 5/7/16

EPISODE ONE (3/12/16)

SUMMARY: In the economically depressed little town of Muddirt, the perpetually-ill Francine is mother to an 8-year-old boy who has the body of a full-grown adult. Though innocent and sweet-tempered, the boy is clumsy and hated by the townsfolk. The boy's kindly doctor diagnoses him with a pituitary problem brought on by radioactive waste buried nearby; he'll grow bigger and bigger, covered with hair, and getting ever more clumsy, an inadvertent danger to everyone. Francine keeps the boy at home and out of sight of the townsfolk, but when the boy grows to be 18, she reluctantly takes the doctor's advice to send him off into the wilderness alone before the townfolk can discover him and become an angry mob.

Photos by Mandi Moss

EPISODE TWO (3/19/16)

SUMMARY: Bigfoot, who has accidentally been killing small animals, is sad about his exile to the woods, but his mother insists it's for his own good. And indeed, as the town of Muddirt goes bankrupt, the townsfolk choose to blame him for all their ills instead of the Mayor's drinking and gambling problems. Bigfoot sings of his loneliness - and then finds himself at gunpoint when Muddirt native Joanne goes hunting for him in the woods.


SUMMARY: Joanne turns out to be an outcast herself; she's a paranoid conspiracy theorist who thinks the government is out to control people via chips in their brains, and is the mysterious "Midnight Smasher" who has been smashing everybody's TVs. Realizing Bigfoot is a friend, she invites him to her cabin. Meanwhile, the Doctor attempts to keep the townspeople from forming an angry mob, but the Mayor manages to incite them, and they storm off to the forest to hunt and capture Bigfoot.


SUMMARY: The Doctor tries to rouse Francine to go off into the woods to rescue her son from the angry mob, but when Francine is too ill to so much as stand, the Doctor sets off by himself. Meanwhile, outcasts Bigfoot and Joanne are thrilled with their new friendship, and forest creatures join in as they sing of their happy mutual regard. They agree that it's the best day ever. However, the Doctor arrives bearing new of the approaching angry mob. It's the worst day ever!


SUMMARY: The Doctor gets Bigfoot and Joanne to hide just as the angry mob catches up with them. The Doctor tries to turn them against the drunken Mayor by revealing that he's sold their entire town to be turned into a water park - but somehow the Mayor manages to convince them that having a season pass to Splash Town will be really cool. The day is temporarily saved when the Mayor is too drunk to remember why he's out in the woods and leads everyone off to watch Hulk Hogan. Meanwhile, Francine, sicker than ever, hopes her son is okay, and reflects that he's the only thing she's ever done right. As she collapses to the ground, the Doctor arrives to update her on the situation and finds her unconscious.


SUMMARY: The Doctor attempts to rouse Francine, but (aside from some sucker punches) she is too weak to stand. She wants to see her son one more time before she dies, but as she's too weak to travel, the Doctor agrees to find him and bring him to her. On the way, he runs into the Mayor, who is well aware that the angry mob will tear him to pieces the moment they realize that he lied to them about how great it will be to live in a water park after their homes are destroyed. The Doctor is unmoved, and tells the Mayor that he's gong to get what's coming to him. However, the Mayor finds the Doctor's medical records about Bigfoot, learning that he really does exist, and is Francine's son. He decides his only hope of winning over the mob is to kill Bigfoot and tell them he was the source of all their troubles - though when he goes to Francine's, he finds her, unsurprisingly, unwilling to cooperate with his plan.


SUMMARY: Bigfoot's newfound happiness to find Joanne's friendship is interrupted when the Doctor arrives and tells him that his mother is dying and wants to see him. Bigfoot thinks his love will heal his mother, but the Doctor sadly tells him that's not now the world works. They desperately race to Francine's home before it's too late. Meanwhile, the Mayor riles up the angry mob of townspeople, revealing that Bigfoot is Francine's son so they'll follow him to her place. Bigfoot and the Doctor get to Francine first, but the mother and child reunion is cut short when Francine dies in her son's arms... just as the Mayor arrives with the angry mob in tow. Faced with this tableau, the townspeople seem to suddenly be having second thoughts, but the drunken and ranting Mayor takes out a gun and places it to the grieving Bigfoot's head, ready and willing to kill him...


Matt Merchant

Bigfoot (Eps. 1-5 & 7)

Lauren Van Kurin

Francine (Eps. 1-2 & 4-6)
Townsperson (Ep. 3)

Brendan Hunt

Mayor (Eps. 1, 3 & 5-6)

Joe Fria

Mayor (Ep. 2)

Michael Lanahan

Mayor (Ep. 7)

K.J. Middlebrooks

Doctor (Eps. 1-7)

Maya Dubose

Joanne (Eps. 1-5 & 7)
Demon (Ep. 6)

Emily Clark

Townsperson (Eps. 1-3 & 5)
Oh Ah (Ep. 4)
Demon (Ep. 6)
Francine (Ep. 7)

Matt Ritchey

Townsperson (Eps. 1-2)
Oh Ah (Ep. 4)

Julian Armaya

Townsperson (Eps. 2-3 & 7)
Oh Ah (Ep. 4)

Chris Alvarado

Townsperson (Eps. 3, 5 & 7)
Demon (Ep. 6)

Deanna Bakker

Townsperson (Ep. 5)

Erik Engman

Townsperson (Eps. 5 & 7)

Corey Klemow

Townsperson (Ep. 5)

Rebecca Larsen

Townsperson (Eps. 5 & 7)

Angela Sauer

Townsperson (Ep. 7)
Choreography by Amber Ruffin (Ep. 2)
Choreography by Maya Dubose (Ep. 7)