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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."

written by Ed Goodman
directed by Bryan Bellomo

It's all too real.

8 Episodes
Original Run: 3 Eps, 4/19/14 - 5/3/14
Playoffs Run: 5 Eps, 5/24/14 - 7/19/14, 8/2/14

EPISODE ONE (4/19/14)

SUMMARY:  A building manager shows vacancies to a group of idiots who don't pay attention to anything he tells them, try to grind him on the price, and argue against the building's policies.

Photos by Joseling Jolieth

EPISODE TWO (4/26/14)

SUMMARY:  Ed the Manager deals with various tenants, as well as his crush on sweet and sane tenant Emily Trillions.  His Eastern European friend, Ballsa, encourages him to act on his feelings, but Ed has a strict rule about not mixing his work and personal life.  Ed is annoyed when his ex-wife, Paula, comes over to look at an apartment and denigrates him for working as a manager and not yet making it as a writer... and he's horrified when his clueless rich boss, landlord Sam Clarington, moves Paula and her new husband, handsome rock & roll manager Dashielle Malmsteem, into the apartment directly above his.

Photos by Joseling Jolieth


SUMMARY:  It's just another day of dealing with tenant problems, relieved only by a brief break in which Ed and Emily get to know one another a little better. But at the tenant meeting, Mr. Clarington announces that he's going to convert the apartment into condos, meaning that everyone who can't afford the option of buying their units will have to move.  As Clarington leaves Ed to deal with the angry tenants, Paula announces that she's pregnant.

Photos by Marian Gonzalez


SUMMARY:  Ed gets a letter from Emily telling him how much she appreciates him... but it turns out to be her 30-day notice.  She's moving back to Chicago to be with her ex, Chaz, who once burned her books but "has come a long way in the last thirteen months."  She thanks Ed for his advice the day he moved in to take stock of her life and recalibrate.  A devastated Ed watches her go... only to be besieged by his tenants, who all somehow know the entire drama, including his secret crush, and decide, much to his chagrin, that they're going to help him get Emily back.

Photos by Marian Gonzalez


SUMMARY:  Ed deals with the tenants' propensity to jam the garbage chute while also dealing with the departure of Emily, and receives some heartfelt advice from maintenance man Manado Ponduras.

"Ten Cats Too Many" is upset again. Ed tries to teach his tenants how not to jam the garbage chute. Mr. Dickman thinks Ed should go after Emily. Ed isn't having it. Heartfelt advice and hugs from repairman Manado Ponduras (Esteban Andres Cruz).

Photos by Aaron Francis


SUMMARY: Manado finds himself in charge when Ed goes missing, and he tries to deal with tenant complaints in a way that would make Ed - who he is in love with - proud.  Ed's answering machine contains a message from Emily Trillions, who really wants to talk to Ed, because her ex-boyfriend Chaz who she got back together with is up to his old manipulative, emotionally manipulative tricks.  Manado and the tenants all decide to jump into an RV and take a road trip to Chicago to rescue Emily.  Just after they leave, another call comes in - from Ed, who has fallen down the garbage chute and is trapped, and begs Manado to help him get out of there.

Photos by Aaron Francis


SUMMARY: Things get worse for Emily, who feels trapped in her abusive relationship with Chaz, and must endure strange pancake breakfasts punctuated with rage and abuse. She's just about given up calling Ed for help. Meanwhile, the tenants race towards Chicago in the RV. Ed, for his part, feels he has a responsibility to the building; Emily is an adult, she made her choices, and he has work to do. But when Manado plays Emily's message for him, which he's hearing for the first time, Ed finally decides to head to Chicago to save Emily.

Photos by Joseling Jolieth


SUMMARY: Emily, who was attracted to Ed all along, has gotten tired of waiting for him to respond to her calls. And she's particularly tired of Chaz. Just as she's walking out the door and leaving him, the Wilcox Arms tenants burst in to "save" her. After some confusion, Emily slips out... and Ed finally shows up a minute later. He tracks her down, but Emily says she's tired of waiting for the boys in her life to grow up into men. Why didn't he ever say anything, the whole time she was living in his building? Ed has no good answer, but says he's changed. Emily's heard that before, though, from Chaz. The other tenants appear and try to matchmake, but Ed says they've both said their pieces and there's nothing left for him to do. The tenants ask if he told her he lost his job to come after her. Emily's even less impressed - now both she and Ed are jobless and homeless. But Ed is finally inspired. In a passionate speech, he tells her they can both start together, from zero, and go anyway or be or become anyone they want. Emily is finally won over, and they kiss as the tenants cheer.

Photos by Marian Gonzalez


Ed Goodman

Manager (Eps. 1-5 & 7-8)
Voice of Manager (Ep. 6)

Peter Fluet

Dickman (Eps. 1 & 4-8)

Julia Griswold

Dunel (Ep. 1)

Victor Isaac

Mr. Gupta (Eps. 1 & 3-8)

Peter Caslavka

Happy (Ep. 1)

Carrie Keranen

Late Lucy (Ep. 1)
Amy Merica (Ep. 3)

Jaime Robledo

Puppy Love (Eps. 1 & 3)

Cj Merriman

Pushy (Ep. 1)
Super Fun (Ep. 2)
Ten Cats Too Many (Eps. 3-8)

Natalie Rose

Smarty (Ep. 2)
Janet Pushy (Eps. 3-4 & 6-8)

Bryan Bellomo

Jean (Ep. 2)

Monica Greene

Paula Folter (Eps. 2-3 & 6-8)

Brendan Hunt

Ballsa (Eps. 2-3)

Donal Thoms-Cappello

Armin Meiwes (Eps. 2-3)
Armand Weiss (Ep. 5)

Jaime Andrews

Emily Trillions (Eps. 2-6 & 8)

Rebecca Larsen

Emily Trillions (Ep. 7)

Corey Klemow

Sam Clarington (Eps. 2-4)

Will McMichael

Dashielle Malmsteen (Eps. 2-3 & 7-8)

Curt Bonnem

Dashielle Malmsteen (Ep. 6)

Julia Griswold, Scott Golden,
Marz Richards & Friends

The Wilcox Arms Tenants (Ep. 3)

Esteban Andres Cruz

Manado Ponduras (Eps. 5-8)

Scott Leggett

Chaz (Eps. 6-8)