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wants to thank everyone who came out for our workshop performance.
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THANKS FOR DROPPING DOWN THE WORMHOLE WITH US!

And a HUGE thank you to all of our INDIEGOGO backers. You helped make all of this possible.

And, of course, a HUGE THANK YOU to the team:

Laura Delhauer
David Lind
Ben Maters
Jamie Roach

and theater director Jonathan Zautner.

MORE TO COME IN 2019! CHECK BACK FOR DETAILS.

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mutant peepshow
is the brainchild of writer/producer/performer Jason C Stuart.

Jason has worked as Playwright-In-Residence for FIST IN THE POCKET THEATER and COLLIN THEATER CENTER. His credits include Drama Desk Nominated “WASHING MACHINE,” ATHE Award Nominated “THROUGH A GLASS ONION,” and generally well-liked “THE MONOLOGUIST,” his self-penned, self-performed deliberation on chatting up girls, theories of mathematical convergence, and the beauty of Astroland (may it Rest In Peace).

His musical theater piece “BUSKER” – loosely based on his experiences working as a street performer while in college – was a participant in the Lincoln Center Directors’ Lab. He has also headed the Critical Theater Writing Panel for the American College Theater Festival, Region VI.

BUT, his greatest accomplishment was getting the chance to sing Pogues covers at one of the recent Annual Irish Rock Revues at the legendary Bowery Ballroom. He certainly feels this might be the coolest credit in this entire bio.

Jason singing3 for blogTIME OUT NY hailed his last production “WASHING MACHINE” as “audaciously entertaining.”

However, his favorite review of his work was for his sophomore effort, “SKETCHES AND STRINGS,” which he wrote at the grand old age of 23 and the Dallas Morning News’ notorious TOM SIME deemed “almost insufferable.” He is grateful he got his first major newspaper review AND major pan out of the way simultaneously while he was still young.
He has to confess – if he was a MUPPET he would probably be Animal.

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#MutantMonologue No. 2 - #WeirdInstagram Edition ("Louis, the Leeches, and the Lord") (2.) So, I go home, kneel at the side of my bed, as I ask the Lord, "Why you make us so smart and so dumb at the same time?  And why you give a leech 32 little brains?  And why are we sometimes smarter than a leech - like we go to the moon and invent the wheel and Papa Orville's old carburetor - and sometimes we dumber than a leech - like we kill off what feeds us. And the Lord gets back to me. "Louis," the Lord say, "a leech is only ever going to be a leech.  But I had to give your kind the dignity of choice." "Dignity of choice?" I ask the Lord. "Yes, Louis." So I say back to the Lord, "Lord, I'm not the brightest crayon in the box, but I need to be asking why a leech can only be a leech and our kind needs to have the dignity of choice?" And the Lord gets back to me again, "That's the only way I could figure out how to make this whole thing work." So I ask the Lord, "Why is that the only way you could make this whole thing work?" And the Lord gets back to me, "I can't tell you the reason for that, Louis." And I ask the Lord, "Why not, Lord?" And the Lord gets back to me, "Because the whole thing won't work if I tell you anymore." So I say to the Lord, "Okay, Lord.  Thanks for listening." And the Lord gets back to me, "No problem, Louis." So, I go back to Papa Orville and I tell him, "A leech has 32 brains, but we got dignity of choice." And Papa Orville asks, "Who told you that?" I tell Papa Orville, "The Lord told me that." And Papa Orville say, "Well...He should know better than us." And He should.  Because He's above Papa Orville's pay rate. (2/2)
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