What art seeks to disturb is monotony of type, slavery of custom, tyranny of habit, and the reduction of man to the level of a machine.
The State - S3E6
'The Personal State'
"Don’t you want to see our baby, Michael?"
FAQ about Ordering Prints
Search my flickr account here, you can pop in the performer’s name at the top right. http://www.flickr.com/photos/liezlwashere/
gmail me at Heyitsliezl the link to the page of the photo AND the size of photo you desire.
I will email you back with a price quote of the print with shipping.
Pay via Paypal.
Once payment is processed, I will place the order and send it directly to your home. You will even get a tracking number!
Right now I’m gauging to see if printed things are something you folks actually want. If all goes well, I’ll move house to zenfolio or photoshelter that implements a store where you can buy photos directly without me as a middle man questioning your choices.
Liezl takes great photos while documenting the comedy scene on stage and behind the scenes. You should probably check them out.
Barry Rothbart // The Super Serious Show, January 2012
*Photo by Rebecca Rotenberg
Damn Barry you performing comedy or sexedy?
Sunday night - FREE! With @chris_fairbanks @bethstelling @halrudnick @jeffsloniker @crainsberry @howardkremer @cossbysweater & MORE!
Hosted by @ericmoneypenny @thatsambrown & me
What I value about the improv community is that it’s a community. It’s certainly competitive. Everybody is ambitious and wants to get ahead and succeed, but the nature of the scene is predicated on not singular exceptionalism but ensemble. I feel that ethos is what makes the improv world a very collaborative world.
It’s no mistake that I get a lot more jobs now that my friends are in positions to run their own shows. Everybody in our world is always looking out for each other. There are certainly those people for whom it’s all about them, but those are few and far between in the improv world. It’s more about teams, whether it’s a sketch group or an improv team, everything is based on the ensemble. That began then and continues now.
*Photo by Mandee Johnson
IHC After Dark music: The Manx
Cool acousticy-screamy-folky band from LA. Pretty fun video!
Sean O’Connor and I made this video for the great new band Upset - video features Power Violence, James Pumphrey and Jess Lane. Shot by Brian Lane.
Also Rookie Mag did a nice little write-up/interview with the band: http://rookiemag.com/2013/10/upset-video-premiere/
DOGGONE COMEDY FROM PV
such a fun project so honored to be a part of it!