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Neal Medlyn -- Wicked Clown Love
Fresh from hearing back from Insane Clown Posse themselves, who said “Good job” after seeing the show on DVD, and after a packed show at CalArts back in February, we are again packing up our Faygo and our copy of Moby Dick and heading to KITTERY MAINE for a performance at BUOY ART GALLERY! Come see it ya’ll!!!
August 10, 2012, 8pm, Buoy Art Gallery, 2 Government St, Suite B, Kittery, Maine 03904, $15.
Here it is, put together by the endlessly brilliant Mr. Carmine Covelli!!
Here we are, snapped by the great Paula Court!
From left: Neal Medlyn, Casey Bartolucci, Bridie Coughlan, Carmine Covelli, Farris Craddock, Michelle Dean, Ben Demarest, Larry Krone, Shawn McLaughlin
We sold out all of our performances and most of the added matinee and lots of great things were written about the show:
I’ll also be doing an extended excerpt of the tent sequence at CalArts on Feb. 23rd and we’re looking into touring possibilities, so if you or someone you know would like us to bring the show to a town near you, let me know! Or just post something below in the comments!
I have been fascinated by juggalettes for a variety of reasons working on Wicked Clown Love and asked Michelle Dean and Bridie Coughlan, two of the monsters/onstage posse members in the show to write something about their experience of juggalette-dom. Here are their responses:
By Bridie Coughlan:
“When we first started talking about Juggalos at rehearsal, I wondered where women fit in to this seemingly caveman culture. Read the rest of this page »
Wicked Clown Love is the sixth full length show in my pop star/pop music based performance series. As I’ve been working on this show I’ve been thinking about the elements I’ve worked with as I’ve made this series of pieces. I’ve decided I’m gonna put up a variety of lil essays about these thoughts for you as they relate to my work in general and my upcoming Insane Clown Posse based show (Feb 2-4, 2012 at the Kitchen! Be there!!) in specific so that you, the American public, can read all about it, if you so desire… Here is Part 6, entitled:
NEAL MEDLYN’S WEIRD DUDE ENERGY
When I first talked to the Kitchen about doing this show, I talked to Matthew Lyons about my interest in men, together, feeling feelings and creating communities. He told me about this blog Weird Dude Energy, which, in addition to being a regular source of inspiration, was almost the name of this show.
I decided against it, for various reasons, but I decided in its honor to regale you with my own Weird Dude Energy stories: Read the rest of this page »