Julesworks Follies 46 Where Are They Now Edition will be on Tuesday August 16th at 7pm at Le Jean Cocteau. Theatre, Music, Comedy, Dance, Literature and much much more from Julesworks Santa Fe’s Monthly (Mostly) Variety Show, on-going for over four years.
Guided by a Host (or three or four), the evening will present a flowing (we hope) array of genres and wealth of talent including (in no determined order): troupe members Johny Broomdust, Greg Lopez, Jessica Scarlett Harms, Chris Diestler, Yvette Martinez with input from Stephen Rommel, Sarah Meadows & Danette Sills, as well as our resident musician Gregg Turner with his singers Krissie Pardue & Amy Johnson, long time Julesworker storyteller Patrick Chavez, dancer Jacqueline Almond & singer Stuart Caruthers, and a return from puppeteer/musician Devin Ludlow and Experimentalist Andy Kirkpatrick with some new comers as we usually hope for.
Our Special Musical Guest will be Andrew MacLauchlan, the lead singer/guitar player for both Drastic Andrew and the Sugar Mountain Band, joining for the first time, he is one of the most beloved, unique and hard working musicians around.
And an encore return from last show’s first-timer: Devon Hawkes Ludlow: performer, musician, puppeteer, clown, and filmmaker whose new zombie puppet musical ‘The Love That Would Not Die’ played the Jean Cocteau. He will bring musician/performer Susie Perkins. Also returning will be Julesworks off and on again regular crooner experimentalist Andy Kirkpatrick.
The Julesworks Core Troupe will present more original sketches, many with recurring characters and spread throughout the night on the theme which references to the sort of shows and specials we all know and love: Where Are They Now… Talking Head Hosts will introduce each segment as we present the audience with glimpses into the future lives of the likes of: Susannah Martinez, Rachel Dolezal, Carlos Fierro with tie ins to the Porno World and a peek at naming movies, and special guest appearances from Wayne & Garth of Wayne’s World and much more, including possible glimpses Into the Afterlife an original hybrid sketch by Diestler and Broomdust presenting our own General Splatton, and a musical finale entitled Cunnilingus Island. There will also be some fake advertisements including Improv Commercial.
Joining for the first time will be Janet Severance Author/Performer presenting original writings with Marissa Wood, Singer/Songwriter
Severance went to School at CF for Journalism then switched to Creative Writing while Wood went to School at Berkley for Music. Wood will be singing a song that Severance wrote Titled “Her Song”
Also, some source material and On-Going Segments are likely to pop up including: The serialized last minute playlet Chatting with God(s) the non-adventures of our not heroes babbling with their disembodied voice or voices this time, Cat Talk, where the hosts Johny Broomdust and Jules will answer audience questions with help from Hostess Sarah Oprah Vana Meadows about cats in an homage to the beloved Car Talk show, The Open Slot Slot will carry on to possibly allow a quick piece by interested audience members, and more.
Tickets are $10 General Admission and just $7 for members, including a ticket to the Julesworks Raffle or door prizes and available now at:www.jeancocteaucinema.com
All performers and artists, as well as anyone interested in helping behind the scenes, are encouraged to submit possible show ideas to Jules at: firstname.lastname@example.org Julesworks will continue to stage their show roughly every six weeks so stay tuned for the announcement of the next date and theme.
Tuesday August 16 7 PM – 9PM
Jean Cocteau Theater
418 Montezuma Santa Fe