Welcome to Sacred Fools Theater Company, est. 1997
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CLOSE SEASON FIVE, Sept. 2009 - June 2010       = Photos  = Videos  = Audio   Yellow = Playoffs Finalists
CLOSE SEASON SIX, Sept. 2010 - June 2011       = Photos  = Videos  = Audio   Yellow = Playoffs Finalists
CLOSE SEASON SEVEN, Sept. 2011 - June 2012       = Photos  = Videos  = Audio   Yellow= Playoffs Finalists
CLOSE SEASON EIGHT, Sept. 2012 - July 2013       = Photos  = Videos  = Audio   Yellow= Playoffs Finalists
CLOSE SEASON NINE, Sept. 2013 - Aug. 2014       = Photos  = Videos  = Audio   Yellow= Playoffs Finalists
CLOSE SEASON TEN, Sept. 2014 - May 2015       = Photos  = Videos  = Audio   Yellow= Playoffs Finalists
CLOSE SEASON ELEVEN, Sept. 2015 - May 2016       = Photos  = Videos  = Audio   Yellow= Playoffs Finalists
CLOSE SEASON TWELVE, Oct. 2016 - May 2017       = Photos  = Videos  = Audio   Yellow= Playoffs Finalists
CLOSE THE NIGHTCAP and Other Miscellany      
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."

written & directed by Rebecca Larsen
ep. 9 directed by Rebecca Larsen & JJ Mayes

9 Episodes
Original Run: 6 Episodes - 11/13/10 - 12/29/11
Playoffs: 3 Episodes - 5/14/11, 5/28/11 & 6/4/11

She's five and a half, and she don't take no crap.


Rebecca Larsen

Elizabeth (Eps. 1-8)
Voice of Elizabeth (Eps. 1-9)

Richard Levinson

Arthur (Eps. 1-9)

Alyssa Preston

Mom (Eps. 1-2 & 8)
Margaret (Eps. 2, 5, 7 & 9)

Eric Curtis Johnson

Dad (Eps. 1-5)

Ari Radousky

Andy (Eps. 1-4 & 8-9)

Lisa Anne Nicolai

Ann Coulter (Eps. 1 & 7)

Matt Valle

Jeffrey (Eps. 2 & 4)

Johnny Threenuts

Christopher Walken (Eps. 2 & 7)

Erin Holt

Macey (Eps. 3-7)
Ivanka Trump (Ep. 9)

Stephen Simon

Colin (Ep. 3)
Jeffrey's Dad (Ep. 4)

Troy Blendell

Dick Cheney (Ep. 3)

Colin Willkie

Jordan (Ep. 4)

Douglas Gabrielle

Santa (Ep. 4)

Suzanne Karpinski

Santa's Elf (Ep. 4)

Natasha Norman

Esther (Ep. 4)

CJ Merriman

Esther's Mom (Ep. 4)

Joseph Beck

Phil Turner (Eps. 5-7)
George Ross (Ep. 9)

Jennefer Ludwigsen

Sarah Palin (Eps. 5-7)

Trey Perkins

Jeffrey (Ep. 7)

Stephen Simon

Random Guy (Ep. 7)

Marz Richards

Probation Officer (Ep. 8)

Michael Oosterom

Donald Trump (Eps. 8-9)

Scott Leggett

Little Sylvester (Ep. 9)

Jaime Robledo

Felipe (Ep. 9)

Erin Matthews

Suze Orman (Ep. 9)

Vanessa Perkins

Lady GaGa (Ep. 9)

David LM McIntyre

Gary Busey (Ep. 9)

Additional Music:
"Little Tea Party" Theme by Ryan Johnson
(Eps. 5-7)
"This Piano Is Magic" by Richard Levinson (Ep. 6)

Video Design by Curt Bonnem (Ep. 9)

EPISODE ONE (11/13/10)
Photos by Aaron Francis
Video by Jay Bogdanowitsch

SUMMARY:  Five-year-old Elizabeth hosts a talk show from her indulgent parents' home.  Middle-aged Arthur, hating his life, and sleeping on her parents' couch while he goes through a divorce, provides her theme song.  After talking about the banning of Happy Meals in San Francisco and the miners in Chile, and writing an angry letter to the school board, she welcomes her first guests: Ann Coulter and Harry Reid.  Elizabeth wants to know why Ann is so angry.  Reid, oddly, agrees with Ann about the Democrats being out of touch.  It turns out that "Harry" is really Elizabeth's brother Andy in a wig, hired by Ann, so Elizabeth sends Ann to her room to think about what she's done.

Meet Elizabetn (Rebecca Larsen). Elizabeth's parents ask her not to talk about poop. 'Nobody's gonna watch your stupid show anyway,' says Elizabeth's 'stupid brother,' Andy (Ari Radousky). Guests Ann Coulter (Lisa Anne Nicolai) and Harry Reid (Ari Radousky).

Elizabeth protests the banning of Happy Meals in San Francisco,
and writes an angry letter to the school board about field trips.

EPISODE TWO (11/20/10)
Photos by C.M. Gonzalez
Video by Aaron Francis

SUMMARY:  After some jokes and a look at the news, Elizabeth introduces us to her friends Jeffery and shy Margaret.  She writes an angry letter about stepping in dog poop, then welcomes guest Christopher Walken.

Meet shy Margaret (Alyssa Preston) and Jeffery (Matt Valle). Angry letter! Guest Christopher Walken (Johnny Threenuts). Guest Christopher Walken (Johnny Threenuts). Arthur wishes he could go home.

Do you like animals?

Photos by C.M. Gonzalez
Video by Aaron Francis

SUMMARY:  Andy is allowed to co-host with Elizabeth for not being blabby. She then takes a call from a viewer and gives him advice on getting his parents to give him a puppy. Suddenly, popular girl Macey - Elizabeth's enemy - arrives. It seems Andy has a crush on her and let her in. Elizabeth then interviews guest Dick Cheney and tells him jokes. They then discuss what things they fear. When Cheney throws her cookies on the floor, she thinks he's just sad, and she gives him a hug. "9/11!" cries a panicked Dick.

Elizabeth dances to her theme song. Elizabeth reports on the news. Andy gets to co-host today. Elizabeth takes a caller. Popular, bratty Macey (Erin Holt), Elizabeth's enemy. Andy blabs. Guest Dick Cheney (Troy Blendell). A probing interview.  'I can pretty much confirm that carrots don't make noises.' Dick learns true terror.

Elizabeth advises a caller on how to get his parents to get him a puppy.

EPISODE FOUR (12/11/10)
Photos by C.M. Gonzalez
Video by Joseph Beck

SUMMARY:  Elizabeth goes to the mall to see Santa. Arthur's piano is gone... "They came and they took it."  He's utterly demoralized. Macey's there, too, but not to see Santa.  She says Santa's for babies, so Elizabeth blows off steam by writing Macey an angry letter about being mean to people.  Arthur asks Santa for a full-time job.  Andy suddenly decides he doesn't want to meet Santa... thanks to Macey, he suddenly thinks it's just "kids' stuff."  Elizabeth asks Santa to help her friends.  Doesn't she want anything for herself?  She wants to help.  Santa tells her to just always tell the truth.; even one small voice telling the truth is the most powerful thing there is.  As carolers sing "O Silent Night," Elizabeth wishes us all a Merry Christmas.

In line to see Santa at the mall. Santa (Douglas Gabrielle) and his Elf (Suzanne Karpinski). Little Esther (Natasha Norman) and her mom (CJ Merriman). Photo op. Macey says Santa's for babies. Snotty Macey and her mean boyfriend Jordan (Colin Willkie). Mean mean meanie. Jeffrey's dad (Stephen Simon) and Jeffrey (Matt Valle). Jeffrey's dad (Stephen Simon) and Jeffrey (Matt Valle). Arthur asks Santa for a job. Arthur asks Santa for a job. Santa's Elf offers Arthur a job in Santa's workshop.  Arthur declines. Elizabeth asks for help for all her friends. 'Oh, night divine!'

Visiting Santa at the mall.

EPISODE FIVE (1/22/11)
Photos by C.M. Gonzalez
Video by Aaron Francis

SUMMARY:  Elizabeth is offered a show on FOX News, but gets a nasty shock when she finds they want her to co-host with Macey... and they don't want Arthur on the show. Furthermore, the show is re-titled "Little Tea Party." Elizabeth is about to take a principled stand and walk when she finds out that her first guest will be... Sarah Palin.

Dad (Eric Curtis Johnson) gets a call from FOX News. Phil Turner (Joseph Beck) offers her a show for 12 million adults 'with a kindergarten education.' 'I'm not in kindergarden.'  'No problem, we'll dumb it down - we're set up for that.' On the set with Margaret as her 'manager.' Oh no - Macey is her co-host! This isn't fun anymore. On his way to big bucks... and probably a heart attack. Chocolate!  There's chocolate at the crafts table!  Mood turnaround! But... where's Arthur? Arthur has arrived after some mishaps.  (see video) Arthur's sad to find he's not needed.  So's Elizabeth. Arthur's sad to find he's not needed.  So's Elizabeth. Guest Sarah Palin (Jennefer Ludwigdsen).  'I WILL CHEW HER LIKE A CHRISTMAS HAM!' Curtain Call

"Little Tea Party" Theme (Composed & Performed by Ryan Johnson)

Arthur tells of his mishaps on the way to the studio... and then finds he's not needed.

EPISODE SIX (1/29/11)
Photos by Aaron Francis
Video by Anna Baardsen

SUMMARY:  Phil presents the girls with a long list of questions not to ask Sarah Palin.  Macey knows exactly what sort of questions to ask... like, "Why does the liberal media hate women so much?"  During the commercial break, Sarah Palin loses her patience with Elizabeth's attempts to ask hardball questions and warns her that what the GOP's got planned while she's got the country distracted will make her look like Mother Teresa.  After the show, a sad Elizabeth, unhappy with the price of her new wealth and fame, calls Arthur for comfort.  She's purchased him a new piano, and he sings her a bittersweet song ("This Piano Is Magic").

The show is about to begin. A huge list of questions not to ask Sarah Palin. Macey is smug.  Elizabeth is angry. Sarah's ready for her interview, you betcha! Macey sympathizes with Sarah - sometimes people hate you just 'cause you're pretty. Elizabeth attempts to ask the tough questions. Sarah lays it on the line for Elizabeth. Elizabeth's lost and out of place. A sad Elizabeth calls Arthur.  (see video) Arthur sings her a song. (see video)

Elizabeth's newfound fame and wealth isn't making her happy, and
so she calls Arthur, who sings her a song ("This Piano Is Magic").


Photos by Aaron Francis * Video by Adina Valerio

SUMMARY:  E! True Hollywood Story: Elizabeth.  Elizabeth doesn't handle fame well, and she spirals into candy addiction.  Eventually, Christopher Walken stages an intervention, and Elizabeth cleans herself up and decides to go back to basic cable.

Arthur and Elizabeth in the early days. "I liked Elizabeth. I found her charming. Adorable." "You're such a stupid head!" "Mom! He's antagonizing me!" Ann Coulter isn't surprised Elizabeth self destructed. On the set of "Little Tea Party." "She seemed to have a real grasp of what the FOX News audience wants: a nice mix of political buzzwords and a first-grade reading level." Elizabeth quit the show after a taping with Sarah Palin. Andy didn't go with Elizabeth to FOX.  "I went to camp. We made boondoggle keychains!" Arthur's house was forclosed on. "It smelled like cigarettes and broken dreams. Like my house." Hopped up on chocolate. Sugar coma. "I'm looking for the vending machines... ?" Big Hollywood party. Elizabeth graduates from chocolate to the smack of candy - pixie sticks. A hopeless addict. Christopher Walken stages an intervention. "Can someone just stamp my timecard so I can get outta here?" Margaret finally speaks out loud to help Elizabeth: "I want my best friend back."

Elizabeth is beset by a crippling addiction to sweets and confections.


Photos by Aaron Francis * Video by Annette Fasone

SUMMARY:  Elizabeth returns to local cable, now on probation and eating carrots instead of cookies.  After a news report about a spider in her room ("It was CRAWLING!"), she writes an Angry Letter to Donald Trump, who she then introduces as her guest.  The interview does not go well, and Trump threatens to buy the public access station and replace her.

Elizabeth prepares for her first show back at home. "This is Arthur. He's a 'lost cause.'" Elizabeth's probation officer (Marz Richards), here to help her stay off the cookies. "In the news: I saw a spider in my room. It was CRAWLING!" Interviewing Donald Trump (Michael Oosterom). Elizabeth says Trump should hire Arthur because he has more experience being fired than anybody else she knows. Trump and Elizabeth threaten to destroy each other.

Elizabeth resumes her broadcast duties with some new restrictions in place.


Photos by Aaron Francis * Video by Annette Fasone
Photoshopped photos by Rebecca Larsen

SUMMARY:  Elizabeth is jailed for trying to kill Donald Trump, and has Arthur fill in for her - the show must go on! Meanwhile, Trump tries to cast a replacement for Elizabeth via a reality show where the panelists are Suze Orman, Helena Bonham-Carter and Lady Gaga. They're down to the final two kids, Little Sylvester and Felipe, when Gary Busey arrives, asking to be a contender for Elizabeth's job. Arthur arrives with Andy and Margaret and stands up for Elizabeth, socking Trump in the jaw. Trump packs it in. The show is Elizabeth's once more... once she gets out of jail, anyway.

Elizabeth parties with Lindsay Lohan. Elizabeth is fingerprinted. Elizabeth's mugshot. Elizabeth in her jail cell. Elizabeth making her one phone call. Elizabeth calls Arthur asking him to host the show while she's in jail. However, Donald Trump, along with Ivanka (Erin Holt) and George Ross (Joseph Beck), has already taken over. Felipe (Jaime Robledo) competes for Elizabeth's job. Panelists Lady Gaga (Vanessa Perkins), Helena Bonham-Carter (Mandi Moss) and Suze Orman (Erin Matthews). Felipe isn't very talkative. "I like rocks!" Felipe's competitor, Little Sylvester (Scott Leggett). Felipe is too shy to talk, much to Helena's consternation. Felipe is too shy to talk, much to Helena's consternation. Gary Busey (David LM McIntyre) arrives, hoping to score Elizabeth's gig. "I'm sorry I'm late, I woke up in a room I didn't recognize." "Hi! 'Hi' stands for 'high intensity'! DON'T MAKE ME PULL YOUR ENDOCRINE SYSTEM OUT OF YOUR BODY!" "I'd like to autotune that." Arthur arrives to stand up for Elizabeth.  "Arthur Klugmeyer is putting his foot down!" Arthur may not have much, but he has the friendship of a special little girl. As Trump is sent packing, Elizabeth calls from jail. "Hi, Elizabeth... NO, DO NOT GET A NECK TATTOO!" Curtain Call