Warehouse 21 to Present Second Randomual Julesworks Follies Showcase, 9/21
Julesworks presents edition eighteen of Santa Fe's Monthly Variety Show, the Julesworks Follies, on Saturday, September 21st at 7 pm. This will be the Second Randomual Julesworks Follies Showcase, returning to the venue where we began, Warehouse 21.
Santa Fe's Monthly Variety Show, the Julesworks Follies, will commemorate its year-and-a-half birthday returning to our first venue. We will share highlights from the first 18 months along with some new special guests, showcasing a true variety of the wealth of talent in New Mexico across an array of live art forms and genres.
Our host Mario Ulibarri will provide a glue to guide the evening along with co-host Eric Davis. Both have participated in past Follies in our Monty Python renditions while Eric also co-presented a staged reading of an original playlet. Eric is a musician and actor and works for SantaFe.com/HuttonBroadcasting. He gigs on harmonica with various bands.
Mario, actor and mega body builder, hosted in the past and just starred in The Playhouse's Fiesta Melodrama. Mario is also a trained dancer and all around man about town.
-Our resident musician Greg Turner returns. Turner, of legendary punk rock fame, tours solo and in various bands and just played the first live gig with Steve Terrell at the Jean Cocteau. He sees math in everything and has a propensity for hanging out with freaks.
-Trent Zelazny continues to get acclaim world-wide with his fiction, in particular of a crime/mystery bent. He reads almost monthly with the Follies and has had plays presented, one of which is being staged in Australia. He was recently a featured author at a convention in Boston. He will read from his work.
-Julesworks presents the 18th chapter of their serial "Whatever You Do", starring Jules, Tom Sibley, Brittani Marie Chapman (schedule permitting, we hope), and the voice of Stephen Rommel, chronicling the non linear adventures of a band of heroic non heroes.
- The Full-On Monty Python Copyright Infringement Experience aka The Monty Python Recreation Brigade Squad Posse aka Crunchy, Raw, Un-Boned, Real, Dead Frog Parrot Droppings reprising their version of The Biggus Dickkus scene from Life of Brian and portraying the Pepperpots (Pythons famous high pitched yammering old ladies).
The Players include Stephen Rommel, Tom Sibley, Jules, Brittani Marie Chapman and Mario Ulibarri and other surprise (and surprised) performers.
They will also present their version of The Philosopher's Song including an audience sing-a-long, with lyrics projected live.
-Julesworks continues their rip-offing homage to great works this time branching into sacred territory of Stanley Kubrick's Dr. Strangelove with a scene as poignant and humorous now as it was in the 60s. Sibley, Rommel, Jules and company will take their first stab at the "no fighting in the war room" scene.
-Tom Sibley presents snippets of his unique comedy and as a member of the Jworks Rip-Off Squads and their Serialized Play.
-Experimentalist Andrew Kirkpatrick returns with a new piece combining his talents as a singer (Karaoke Master), electronic musician and more. Andy has hosted many times as well.
-Julesworks will launch a new component of flash Improv Games with audience involvement.
-Authors will present short snippets of their work including: Leticia Cortez, Jodi Drinkwater, Maryls Fick, and Daryl Lorrenzo Wellington.
-Patrick Chavez continues performing Zoe's Stories. Patrick represents the core ethos of the Julesworks Follies in that he performs each month having grown from reading stories from the paper he wrote for his daughter to now performing new stories which have been published and continue to get acclaim elsewhere.
Other special surprises to be confirmed including, we hope, schedule permitting Andy Primm and returning to the Santa Fe Stage Nate Patrus.
Tone Forrest, who has hosted and performed, will likely return, this time with music and we are crossing our fingers that Steve Terrell will be able to pop in for his birthday to play.
Tickets will be a suggested $10 donation to support Julesworks and Warehouse 21. Also, we will stage the Julesworks Raffle of goodies and prizes donated from restaurants, merchants and artists across Santa Fe to support Julesworks' effort to stage this community monthly variety show.