Monday, February 22, 2010

From the Nosedive Archives: Sonnet For Pete

In honor of the 10th anniversary of the opening of Nosedive's first show, Monkeys, which went up February 16-26, 2000, Pete is uploading a new videos from our past exploits each day on our Web site.

Since we have no video or photos of our first play, Monkeys, we're posting a seemingly random hodgepodge of performance videos and backstage shenanigans.

Since Pete and the rest of the A.V. club at Nosedive Central actually posted a couple videos over the weekend, we've got two featured videos for today (and two tomorrow). I know: You're Welcome.

This video is of Mr. Brian Silliman performing one of his many brilliant poems at our 2006 "Good Night, and Get Laid" fundraiser. I don't think I've seen this since the show itself. Watching this again made me laugh. Well, hey. Brian's a funny guy.

Nosedive Archives: Sonnet For Pete from Pete Boisvert on Vimeo.

Wondering where his sonnet is,

James "Huffy Strumpet" Comtois

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