Say Wha?! The Podcast Episode 34 – Lauren Prussky and the Afterlives of the Rich and Famous

Rejoice! Another episode has been release for your listening pleasure. If you like it make sure you spread the joy. This is the season of giving … and reposting. Say Wha Podcast

Say Wha?! The Podcast shares recordings from the comedy show Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

This episode features a reading from summer 2014 at Comedy Bar in Toronto with comedian Lauren Prussky.

afterlives

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TONIGHT! EROTIC ASTROLOGY AND MORE AT SAY WHA?!

Olivia

There’s a teaser from the book I’m sharing tonight at Say Wha?! Advanced tickets are sold out but we can squeeze you in if you show up to The Emerald early enough. Doors are at 7:30PM and the show is at 8.

Come inside from the rain, forget about the world and laugh while some of Vancouver’s most hilarious and charming performers read from and talk about the worst books they could find.

Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing
Tuesday, December 9
The Emerald, 555 Gore
Doors 7:30PM Show: 8-10PM

Featuring: John Cullen, Kyle Fines, Briana Rayner, and Dylan Rhymer.

Facebook Event

Can’t make it tonight? That’s ok. I’ve got another great show on Sunday.

Say Wha?! No Limits Edition
Sunday, December 14
Cottage Bistro, 4470 Main Street
Show: 7:30-9:30PM
Tickets: $10 at the door (sliding scale available)
No limits means not just books this time! What will we find? Where will we find it? Come to the Cottage Bistro to find out!

Featuring: Travis Dudfield, Jeff Gladstone, David C. Jones, and Monica Hamburg.

Facebook Event

 

Two December shows, Say Wha?!

Say Wha Dec 2014

This December I have two very special shows for you, both Say Wha?!

Say Wha?! is the show where funny people read from terrible published books. I recently took the show to Portland’s All Jane No Dick festival and one person messaged me to say that the show was the highlight of the festival for him. How awesome is that? Almost as awesome as these shows will be.

Tuesday, December 9
Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing
The Emerald – 555 Gore
Featuring: John Cullen, Kyle Fines, Briana Rayner and Dylan Rhymer
Tickets: $10 available in advance now at Eventbrite
Facebook event
Doors: 7:30 PM Show: 8-10 PM

Sunday, December 14
Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing – no limits edition. Not just books this time.
Cottage Bistro – 4470 Main Street
Featuring: Travis Dudfield, Jeff Gladstone, David C. Jones and Monica Hamburg
Tickets: $10 at the door (sliding scale available)
Facebook event
Doors: The Bistro is open for dinner from 5 PM
Show: 7:30-9:30 PM

FINALLY! Say Wha?! The Podcast is back!

Dudes, I FINALLY got my life together enough to start doing the Say Wha?! podcast again. Yay!!!

Thanks for all your complaints about wanting more that got me back on this train. I’ve got a great Marc Maron-y intro before the wonderful Say Wha?! reading so feel free to skip to the 3:12 mark to get right into it.

Say Wha Podcast

Say Wha?! The Podcast shares recordings from the comedy show Say Wha?! Readings of Deliciously Rotten Writing in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

This episode features improvisor and comedian Chip Ellis deconstructing this book from your childhood:

 

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The Bench

The Bench from Sara Bynoe on Vimeo.

This video is the result of a workshop I did this January with Ant Hampton during the PuSh Festival.

His workshop is called Fantasy Interventions.

It’s a workshop on imagination and writing for site-specific theatre / live urban interventions. For artists and practitioners from a wide variety of backgrounds – theatre-makers, actors / directors, as well as choreographers, stage-designers, architects, poets and writers of many kinds.

Basically what we did was find a location on Granville Island, choose a view point for the audience and write a short imagined fantasy, or play or story or whatever you want to call it, that would be listened to with headphones at the location. I really enjoyed this work as it gave me an opportunity to flex my writing muscle in a way I haven’t in a long time.

I’d love to know what you think; please comment below.

Say Wha?! Recap September’s Show

Say Wha Emerald

Well, this is long overdue.

The last Say Wha?! show was back at the end of September and these funny people read the following books.

Sara Bynoe – Modelland by Tyra Banks

Lauren McGibbon – The Steam Punk Bible

Cameron Macleod – Single No More: How and Where To Meet The Perfect Mate

Nicole Passmore- Getting Along with Chinese for Fun and Profit

Chip Ellis – The Very Hungry Caterpillar

I’ve been under a rock lately but I’m starting to crawl out of it. More Say Wha?! shows are happening in December. Check my calendar for full details. Thanks to those of you who’ve noticed that the podcast hasn’t been updated, it also fell off the wagon. I’m getting back to it soon.

Vote, Baby, Vote

It’s municipal election time in Vancouver! Polls are open early and the last day to vote is November 15.

If Deee lite, one of the best groups of all time, isn’t enough to inspire you to get to the polls, maybe I can help.

I voted today at City Hall, it took all of 15 minutes to go through the line, fill out the long voting ballot and submit my form into the fancy scanning machine. I exercised my democratic rights and you should too!

I know, I know, there are a lot of people to consider this election but here’s what helped me.

Plan Your Vote – blurbs from candidates and a handy tool that will allow you to check of people you’re considering and then email you your list so you can take it to the polls.

* Vancouver School Teachers’ Associations has put their support behind these people for school board. A teacher friend showed me this list and since she’s on the inside I trust her judgement.

Voting is sexy, apathy is repulsive. Remember, there are so many people in this world who don’t have this option.

Vote, baby, vote. #advancedvoting #vanpoli #elections #vancouver

A photo posted by Sara Bynoe (@sarabynoe) on

Another Teen Angst Night

Teen Angst Night

It’s happening again. This Sunday, November 2. The show I’ve been producing for longer than I was a teenager.

Teen Angst Night is comedic reading series where everyday people read from their embarrassing old journals, poems, songs, essays (and more).

Readers can share anything (poetry, songs, letters, journals, diaries, essays, stories, plays, lists, etc) so long as it follows these rules:

1- The work must be your own.
2- You must have written it between the ages of 10-19.
3- It’s best if the work is at least 4 years old.
4- If you cringe or feel physically upset while reading it- it’s worth sharing! The more embarrassing the better!

This show is full for readers but if you want to get on my list/ roster just message me.

Sunday, November 2
Cottage Bistro, 4468 Main Street
7:30-9:30 PM
Suggested $10 at the door