Song Missing Presents MADONNATLANTA
Comedy, Music, and Other Performances Based on the Songs of Madonna
Location: The Village Theatre
349 Decatur St SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
Date: May 6th
Showtime: 9PM » Doors Open @ 8PM
I want to start by saying that you are the greatest readers who ever lived, even better than the readers who are buried in King Tut’s Tomb. King Tut insisted on being buried with anyone who ever laughed at one of his jokes, so I guess if you laugh at one of my jokes today, and I become a pharaoh, then I’ll probably want to be buried with you in my tomb.
Hang up your breadsticks, folks—it’s going to be a wild ride! In this episode, Jason and guests Julian Modugno and Chris Ledford pitch movie ideas to each other! Topics include a remake of the 1981 David Cronenberg film “Scanners” starring Delta Burke, a movie about a General Grievous-like robot who punches you in the back of the head at the urinal, a Batman television show called “Arkham: Orange is The New Bat,” and a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles spinoff called “Earth Rats Are Easy.”
Illustration by Sam Mitchell
In this episode, Jason pitches Scene Missing copywriter Julian Modugno movie ideas. Topics include a freakish hybrid of Shakira and Shaquille O’Neal, a Ghostbusters spinoff about The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man, and a new type of car that hates protected sex.
Illustration by Sam Mitchell
Scene Missing: The Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the Highland Ballroom. Its one-hour mission: to explore strange new performances, to seek out new laughs and comedy observations, to boldly present the greatest writing, comedy, and music in Atlanta—all based on the Star Trek movies!
You could travel to Ceti Alpha V and back and never find a night of entertainment as dazzling as this! We’re presenting you a veritable inverse Kobayashi Maru, where ALL decisions are good decisions (provided ALL decisions involve coming to Scene Missing).
You’ll feel like somebody hit you with an energy beam and sent you to the surface of Kataan, except instead of having to listen to Picard play the flute you get to listen to the best writers, comedians, puppeteers, and musicians in Atlanta pay tribute to the greatest science fiction franchiseof all time: Firefl-I mean, Star Trek!
Beam yourself up, make it so number one, live long and prosper, heghlu’meH QaQ jajvam, and all the other Star Trek catchphrases! This is definitely real life and not a malfunctioning holodeck so listen to the show, put on your fanciest Vulcan ears and your nicest unisex jumpsuit and get ready for the best Star Trek-themed entertainment you’ve ever heard in your life!
Featuring performances by:
Eliot James Bronson
A note about the performances—you can download a PDF of Ellaree Yeagley’s slideshow here and Gina Rickicki’s photos from the performance are embedded below:
Scene Missing host Jason Mallory is joined by Jack Walsh of Four Days at Dragon Con and Cosplay: Crafting a Secret Identity fame to look back on the sights and sounds of Dragon Con 2014! You’ll feel like you’re crammed in a Marriott elevator with some of the most interesting people at the Con as we bring you interviews with Alan Lee Hansard from the Superhero Costuming Forum, Sandra Lagnese and Dr. Jonathan Halloway of USA Knights , Gretchen Jacobsen of the American Tea Duelling Society, Caitlin Rhyne and Mike Dickens of Contagious Costuming/Contagious Media Productions, Ann Hoevel, and Music from The Ghosts Project!!
In this episode, Jason pitches Scene Missing copywriter Julian Modugno movie and music ideas. Topics include a Paul McCartney/Angela Lansbury concept album and a reboot of Look Who’s Talking. This episode is the height of impropriety!
Scene Missing gets ready for Dragon Con the only way we know how: by bringing DragonCon Media Relations Director Dan Carroll on the show and grilling him for an hour until he spills his Dragon Con secrets! Jason and Dan are also joined by “Cosplay! Crafting a Secret Identity” Director Jack Walsh.
Topics include 2014 guests, new additions to the convention, and some of Dan’s favorite DragonCon moments. Also discussed: squirrels, giving a mouse a cookie, and the “vertical parade.”
Open the window and let in that owl: have we got a message for you! After eleven long years living under its muggle aunt and uncle’s stairs, Scene Missing returns with a magical show exploring the Harry Potter movies guaranteed to leave you ROWLING in the aisles!