312-DRY-TOFU – Mayonnaise on a Cat

312-DRY-TOFU - Free-form Question, Comment, Improvisation Voicemail Line

Here is another installment of the free-form question, comment and improvisational voicemail art project, 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638). Give us a call to share your perspective on anything and everything! Tell us about your day, improvise a monologue about a local event, or sing us a song. If it can be captured on the phone, we want to hear it.

In this episode we hear a meta poem, a story about pistol whipping voices, mayonnaise on a cat and the procrastination in dealing with it, a mother calling about their child’s lack of a promotion and smoking about around a babies, and a (clipped, talk quieter) radio play mystery adventure that was abruptly cut off.

Please join us for the next episode by calling and contributing to 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638)!

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Event: October 24th, 2011 – Knickerbocker Write Club

Knickerbocker Write Club Poster - 2011-10-24

The next Knickerbocker Write Club will take place on Monday, October 24th.

We are focusing on this scary time by asking writers to bring in poetry, stories, or other narratives regarding things that frighten them.

Add yourself to the pool of Write Club Battle Contenders or become a member of our mailing list! Please sign-up here.

We are always looking for artists, satirists, playwrights, poets, actresses, short story writers, actors, novelists, extemporaneous creators, instrumental musicians, comedians, audience members, and anyone else who loves creativity!

If you would like to get involved, please contact us.

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Knickberbocker Write Club – September 26th, 2011

2011-09-26 Knickerbocker Write Club Poster

Add yourself to the pool of Write Club Battle Contenders or become a member of our mailing list! Please sign-up here.

We are looking for artists, satirists, playwrights, poets, actresses, short story writers, actors, novelists, extemporaneous creators, instrumental musicians, comedians, audience members, and anyone else who loves creativity!

The September Write Club

Knickerbocker.
Monday, September 26th.
7PM.

Write Club Performances

Collaborative Poem: Food and Milk MP3 | OGG

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Want to write? 7PM.
Want to perform? 8PM.
Want to watch the show? It starts at 9PM.

Assignment: Bring an object from your life that means something to you. We will use these artifacts on stage to tell stories.

Can’t make it? Call our voicemail art project, 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638), to contribute via the phone. To be considered for this month’s show, you must call before September 25th.

Think! Found Magazine meets J&C Letters to the Editor. The two of them attend a garage sale and purchase a trunk full of personal effects. Some items they sell on Craigslist and meet Daniil Kharms. He introduces them to Viola Spolin, the Neo-Futurists, William S. Burroughs, and Keith Johnstone. They journey through life together enjoying the sounds of Danny Weiss, Cecil Taylor, and Dino DNA.

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Knickerbocker Write Club – August 29th, 2011

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Add yourself to the pool of Write Club Battle Contenders or become a member of our mailing list! Please sign-up here.

We are looking for artists, satirists, playwrights, poets, actresses, short story writers, actors, novelists, extemporaneous creators, instrumental musicians, comedians, audience members, and anyone else who loves creativity!

The next Write Club

Knickerbocker.
Monday, August 29th.
7PM.

Write Club Battles

Downtown vs. Suburbia MP3 | OGG (No clear winner. Re-match with Pro Violent Crime vs. Anti Violent Crime)

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Foodie vs. Fast Food MP3 | OGG (Winner: Fast Food – Aaron “The Little Mac Dinger”)

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Pro Violent Crime vs. Anti Violent Crime MP3 | OGG (Winner: Pro Violent Crime – Kaveh “Jack the Tripper Colors Man”)

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the University show

We are continuing with our new format of creating material for the show in a collaborative environment.

Everyone is welcome at anytime. You can participate in all aspects of the show, but you must be present at the specified times to contribute as a writer and/or performer.

Want to write for the show? Come at 7PM.
Want to perform in the show? Come at 8PM.
Want to watch the creation? Come at 9PM.

In honor of the start of Purdue’s 2011 Fall Semester, we are asking people to draw upon this event for their inspiration. Think of Purdue, students, university, classes, the Hello Walk, campus, the Village, coffee shops, house parties, the Union, clubs, grad students, dissertations, grants, loans.

Can’t make it? Call our voicemail art project, 312-DRY-TOFU (312-379-8638), to contribute via the phone. To be considered for this month’s show, you must call before August 28th.

Think! Found Magazine meets J&C Letters to the Editor. Their relationship grows stale and they put an ad on Craigslist. After a few days they meet Daniil Kharms. All is interesting and fresh again. As they grow old, the three of them enjoy reading Viola Spolin, William S. Burroughs, Keith Johnstone, and Albert Camus before they go to bed. Soundtracking their life’s journey are the works of Laurie Anderson, Jeffry Lewis, and Cecil Taylor.

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