Posts Tagged by wes hazard
|May 6, 2017||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
#ThrowbackThursday doesn’t have to be just once a week! Relive days gone by with the Boston Circus Guild’s “Throwback Tales: A Retro Spectacle.” During this fantastical #flashback to the 80’s, 90’s and early 2000’s, local circus artists will share personal stories from their youth reinterpreted through superhuman feats of skill. Between acts, a DJ will take you on a time-travelling tour of nostalgic musical hits from the last three decades. AND I’ll be your ringmaster for each evening. So don’t miss out, come through to Club Oberon and live the magic with this fantastic cast as we take you back…way back.
We just completed our first run of shows last night and they were INCREDIBLE. So much talent on the stage with an awesome use of the space and a ridiculous soundtrack. Truly a great night out where you’re right in the middle of the action. Dance parties during the intermissions people…
The second half of our run will be this coming week.
- 1 show on Thursday 5/11 8pm
- 2 shows on Friday 5/12 7pm + 10:30pm
TIX: Use promo code: RETRO to save $5 off your ticket! See you there.
|April 12, 2017||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
Some cool things about being five foot nine and a half: 1.) Traveling comfortably in most cars & planes 2.) Being cast-able as Celtics point guard Isaiah Thomas’ stand-in 3.) Being able to soften your disappointment in lacking any basketball skill whatsoever by learning you’re about a quarter inch taller than one of the best point guards in the league (though he beats you out in pretty much every other conceivable life metric). Cool guy. Weird/Fun day.
|March 18, 2017||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
It goes without saying that it’s every New England kid’s dream to grow up and one day make an appearance on the region’s most noted TV news magazine. Achievement unlocked! Very happy to have been featured on Chronicle as part of their segment on local authors. We got to chat about my book Questions For Terrible People and I was joined by some local comics & poets for a group Q&A based on the book. The clip at THIS LINK just shows my piece of the segment but probably my fav part of watching this live was the transition from discussing a book about a woman who conquered a debilitating mood disorder by microdosing with LSD. The anchor led into my part with “Now for a good day WITHOUT drugs, try Wes Hazard’s humor book…” and I almost choked on my rum & coke laughing. #blessed
|February 20, 2017||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
|January 31, 2017||Posted by Wes Hazard under Uncategorized|
Just wanted to check in and say that the inauguration eve event that I helped organize, Together We Rise: a Counter-Inaugural Celebration of Resistance, was a huge success and I’m so thankful to everyone who was able to make it out. Attendance exceeded what we hoped for, the performers were on fire, and those that came out were truly committed to the cause…and remain so as there’s quite a bit of work to do in the next few months, years, and beyond.
The TWR planning committee is working to determine what we can do to keep momentum going since the first week of this administration have made it abundantly clear that this must remain an urgent and ongoing fight to preserve the freedoms afforded by the constitution, justice for the most vulnerable people in this country, and basic human decency in politics at every level of the country.
I also wanted to share some clips related to the event.
Fellow organizer Mindy Fried and I were thankful to have the chance to talk to Chris Lovett of the Boston Neighborhood Network prior to the event to discuss both its spirit, purpose, and the role of comedy in political protest.
Here’s the promo video we released prior to the event and which we played during intermission.
And here’s the piece that appeared in the the Boston Globe a few days later.
Thanks again to everyone who could make it, and if you couldn’t: stay tuned! We have a whole lot more to do…