Artwork promoting the 49th Annual Florence Melodrama titled ‘Hotels, Motels, Holiday Inn (Say What?!) or We Didn’t Start the Fire’, written by Molly Anderson, Stuart Anderson, Shelly Gushard, Tracie Mauk (me) and Myrddin McHugh, directed by Molly Anderson with musical direction by Shelly Gushard. Performances run May 9-11, 2013 at 7:30pm.
Complete video of A Skull Sketches Carol, written by Andrew McGreevy, Rhea Dowhower, Kendall Gray, Geoffrey Steinblock, and myself. See if you can guess which parts I wrote!
(HINT: I’m in all but one of the sketches I wrote/co-wrote)
Featuring “What Christmas Means To Bella” wherein I once again betray myself by making Bella too close to my actual self.
Hey guys, Euge is on tour starting this weekend. If you want to see him live, check him out at one of the above venues.
Also, if you’ve ever wanted any of his music, all his for-sale music is PAY WHAT YOU WANT thru Mar. 7 to do a little bit of fundraising for tour expenses. If you want to get everything for free, YOU CAN DO THAT TOO. I don’t mind! Go nuts (Please note, some NSFW language on some of the albums).
Art by Kaymonstar
HEY OMAHA, Adam Warrock is coming back to town March 16 & 17 and maybe he might have some t-shirts and stickers drawn by Tracie Mauk perhaps.
Badland Girls in a nutshell. (Thanks for the photo, Becki!)
We hosted our first show tonight and it featured all lady comedians. It was BADASS. Thanks to all the ladies in the world, but especially the ones we performed with at this show, and thanks to Studio Gallery and Dylan and ponies. Always ponies.
Such a great night of comedy. I LOVE EVERYONE!
If you’ve never seen an all female comedy show before, which I bet you haven’t, then don’t miss this show tomorrow night.
It features the funniest female comediennes in Nebraska, in all forms from stand-up and sketch, to improv and musical acts. You’ll see the Funnybone’s Heather Jones, All Young Girls are Machine Guns’ Rebecca Lowry, a number of awesome stand-ups from Omaha and Lincoln, killer all-female improv teams, and all this hosted by the Badland Girls!
YOU WILL SEE ‘YOUR FRIEND BELLA,’ AS WELL.
Come to Omaha where ladies be doing the funny.
Singer, writer and comedian Rhea Dowhower of Badland Girls will be performing this Saturday, March 2 at Studio Gallery (details below). She shares with LFF about how comedy was a secondary interest at the start, how horror-comedy inspires her, hosting the big evening of comedians who are…
So proud and blessed to count Rhea as my dear friend! See The Badland Girls and myself this Saturday, if you’re in the Omaha area.
A very special guest appears in the new The Rack, featuring art by Tracie Mauk and colors by Joe Hunter.
I sort of unofficially took a break from comics a few months back to pursue a number of live comedy opportunities that have been coming my way but when my friend Kevin approached me with a very flattering offer to draw a guest-spot for The Rack, starring, well… THIS guy… discussing a controversy that has tied me up in knots a bit… Well, I couldn’t say no. My only request was that Joe Hunter color the strip. So… here you have it. Thank you.