Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Artist's Rendering of the Awesome USA Crew


As the title suggests, a talented artist friend of ours sketched this little drawing of the Awesome USA! crew taking in a showing of "The Khaki Portfolio" at the Brickell Playhouse in the Earl of Monthaven's balcony seats. It was a night to remember--full of good friends, better dames, and rollicking tomfoolery.
From left to right: Leonard Pelter, our good friend Manke the Antler Man, Runs with Two Horses, Chris Pate, Ismerelda the Poop Queen, Natty Bumpo, and Thelonius Monk.
Worst moment of the night:
At one point during the play, Manke became quite convinced that a man sitting in the third row was his darling Penelope's ex, Charles Winebarger. He became so incensed that he began to cause quite a scene, yelling, "Charles! Charles! If you are a man, you will look up at me! You disgust me, you wretched little man." The man never even flinched. Unfortunately, a number of the players actually glanced up at our group, which was quite embarrassing.
Best moment of the night (by far):
After the play, we ran into Father Dunlap at The Mishap, a popular club on the west end of town, known for its generous selection of imports and the giant painting of a naked witch dining with a scantily clad Mozart, who seems to have a certain something on his mind. Anyway, Father Dunlap scolded Runs with Two Horses for not being more thankful. About what is anyone's guess. Anyway, Runs told Father Dunlap, "Keep my name out of your damn mouth!" Father Dunlap started to speak, and Runs just smashed him in his face with his fist. Father Dunlap never saw it coming. It was probably the funniest thing that has ever happened in the history of the world.

2 Comments:

Blogger Thelonius Monk said...

I thought the worst moment of the night was catching Ismerelda the Poop Queen and Peltier grinding at The Mishap.

January 30, 2007 at 11:01 AM  
Blogger Leonard Peltier said...

It's gross to me that warty witches give Amadeus boners.

January 30, 2007 at 1:54 PM  

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