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13th STREET
written & directed by Peter Fluet

4 Episodes
Original Run: 3 Episodes - 4
/4/09 - 4/18/09
Playoffs: 1 Episode - 5/30/09

Intersecting with the street where dreams are shattered
and running parallel to absurdity boulevard is 13th street.

CAST

Thomas Fowler

Jeff Toxey (Eps. 1-4)
Wolf (Ep. 3)

Jaime Andrews

April Toxey (Eps. 1-4)

Sean Sweeney

Mr. Tuzi (Eps. 1 & 3)
Porn Star (Ep. 3)
Arsonist (Ep. 4)

David Mayes

Hector (Eps. 1-4)

Kat Bardot

Babe (Eps. 1-4)
Scientist-Slash-Producer from the
HBO Workspace who is Very Attracted
to All of You
(Ep. 4)

Peter Fluet

Craig Marshall (Eps. 1-2 & 4)
Eli (Ep. 3)

Brendan Patterson

Pumatar (Eps. 1-4)
Improviser 1
(Ep. 1)

Jeff Miller

Improviser 2 (Ep. 1)
Mooseatar (Ep. 3)

Apul Patel

Jack/Danny Darwin (Eps. 1-2)
Wolf (Ep. 3)
President (Ep. 4)

Colin Willkie

Cop (Eps. 2-4)
Wolf (Ep. 3)

Jennifer Fenten

Pumatar Assistant (Eps. 2-3)

Ali Davis

Joan (Ep. 2-3)

Jaime Robledo

Porn Star (Ep. 3)

Erica Gowland

Rapper (Ep. 4)

PHOTOS
by C.M. Gonzalez

EPISODE ONE (4/4/09)


An improv troupe, Poodleburger, rehearses in an empty apartment.
(L-R: Brendan Patterson, Jeff Miller & Peter Fluet)


The landlord throws them out and shows in the new tenants.
Jeff (Thomas Fowler) used to work at AIG, while April (Jaime Andrews)
was a VP at GM.  Now they can only afford to live here... on 13th Street.
April's not coping with their change in status very well.


Their neighbors turn out to be Jeff's old frat brother
Hector (David Mayes) and his wife, Babe (Kat Bardot), who is a
member of a church that worships Jeremy Piven. ("It's NOT a cult.")


Craig Marshall (Peter Fluet) explains the neighborhood is full of
wolves, but they only come out at night; it's totally safe.
("Why is a wolf attacking me!?" comes a cry from the street.)


But the best reason to stay on 13th Street?
PUMATAR!  Half man, half Puma!
He can do magic... and rap!
Who wouldn't want to see that?


PUMATAR!


Cops surround the apartment and order everyone on the ground... where April
notices the floors are hardwood.  Nice.  Maybe she'll like it here after all!

EPISODE TWO (4/11/09)


Craig slips out as Jack Darwin (Apul Patel) gets in.
He's an "exotic process server" - which means he serves
people in really exotic places... like Little Armenia.


At the job fair, April and Jeff find that
their potential employers are Hector and Babe.


April and Danny Darwin (Jack's twin brother) interview with Babe,
while Jeff and the Pumatar interview with Hector.
(Pumatar's assistant: Jennifer Fenten)


Danny Darwin's job interview technique.


BUSTED!  A Cop (Colin Willkie) busts Pumatar
for doing street magic without a permit!
And just before he was going to do a rap, too!

EPISODE THREE (4/18/09)



The Pumatar escapes via a TOTALLY AWESOME MAGIC TRICK that
just happens to be performed right next to the upstage exit.


April tells Joan (Ali Davis) about her disturbing dream, which
involved Don Knotts, wolverines and a really good mojito.


April meets Joan's young son Eli (Peter Fluet), who suffers from Andrethegiantismburger Syndrome.


The local wolves (Apul Patel, Thomas Fowler & Colin Willkie)
are getting smarter, and are imitating babies to lure people...
and imitating fire trucks to lure children.


Maybe imitating fire trucks wasn't
such a smart idea after all.


Two porn stars (Jaime Robledo & Sean Sweeney)
blow a Mooseatar (Jeff Miller).

EPISODE FOUR (5/30/09) - PLAYOFFS WEEK ONE!


April wants to know why the cops are after Jeff,
Craig and Pumatar... it's all over the news!


Craig explains that they didn't really kidnap the President (Apul Patel)...
he'd simply volunteered to be in their film about a kidnapped President.
And as a method actor, he stayed in character when the cops showed up
at the abandoned steel mill where they were shooting the film.


Then, a scientist/producer from the HBO Workspace who was very
attracted to all of them (Kat Bardot) arrived to take DNA samples.


On the way home, they opened their windows and
cranked up the stero while listening to the rap song,
"Die, Motherfucking CUPS."  The cops just misheard.


Everybody who can corroborate their story, including the arsonist who burned down
the steel mill (Sean Sweeney) and the rapper who hates cups (Erica Gowland),
left town in a hot air balloon, never to be seen again.


The Cop arrives, once more placing everybody under arrest.