Monday, March 22, 2010
One of our favorite bold-surrealist turn-of-the-century Victorian vaudeville acts, The Cherry Sisters, are the subject of Dan O'Brien's wonderful play The Cherry Sisters Revisited, currently playing in Louisville as part of the Humana Fest.
Everything about the show screams Catclaw, so how could we not love it? Seriously, this play sums up just about everything that we're about, so please go and see it. We had kicked around the idea of doing this play ourselves over a year ago, or perhaps a Cherry Sisters revue of our own, but ATL's production is surely the definitive standard by which all future versions should be judged. Oh hell yeah. Amen. Selat.
Friday, March 5, 2010
So, yeah, you know the drill: it's the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Louisville which is being held on March 13 even though St. Patrick's Day is March 17. Jeffrey Scott Holland, good Irishman he, will be in attendance and wandering aimlessly from pub to pub with his entourage, representin' Catclaw, The Voraxium, and the Old Order of Transylvania Gentlemen. You in?