The David And Brady Show
The David And Brady Show (Some call it the Brady And David Show) will bring you into the minds of these lunatic performers who have spent the last nineteen years performing. Combining slapstick, the telling of never-before-heard tales, cheap-ass puppets and special effects, and a multimedia endovaganza, David, Brady, their special guest performers and a Critical Monkey will make you laugh. Or cry. (They know this trick where you pull out a nose hair.) This show includes a money-back guarantee (But you will need to argue your case for it.) Also includes snacks. Who doesn't like snacks?
Is it just me, or did that take too long? --Beth McLaughlin
Now I realllllly want a wedge salad. -- Susan Carley Oliver
It sounds like the whining I do. --Eric Schniewind
Wonder how the cows feel about the extra noise - if there is any. --Nancy McClellan
What I wanted was a better shot of you without your pants on! -- Jane Lea
You guys are so funny, your show should be good. Someone Who Looked Just Like Sara Felder
David Gallagher (Creator) is an actor and improvisor whose credits include productions with the San Francisco Mime Troupe, Marin Shakespeare Festival, Greenhouse, and 400 different improv groups. He is the producer and star of an unpopular internet video series called "David's Pointless Minute" - http://www.anythreewords.com/dpm - as well as a series of history-related shorts called the SF West History Minute - http://www.outsidelands.org/historyminute
Brady Lea (Creator) is a performer, playwright and theatre arts educator. She's been a clown, a juggler, an actor, an improvisor, and a person inside a giant hot dog suit. She's also a four-time winner of PlayGround's Emerging Playwright Award, and a three-time commissioned playwright. She is a graduate of Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College and performed for several years with the vaudeville trio The Kloons. Brady currently serves as a visiting artist in physical theatre and improvisation at San Francisco School of the Arts. When she sings "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" in a high falsetto, no cat can resist.
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156 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94102