Mark Anderson makes theater out of nothing
Mark Anderson, of Theatre Gigante, in an excerpt from his brilliant monologue: "Me, You, Art and Trout." Video by Val Danculovich.
In September, Mark Anderson unveiled a new monologue, Me, You, Art and Trout. It’s about art, life, the way they interact, and the mind-boggling miracle of the way things just happen to be at any given moment. More on that here.
You, Me, Art and Trout is utterly fascinating, in the way of My Dinner with Andre. After the show on opening night, I asked Anderson to recreate at least a bit of the 80-minute piece for TCD.tv. We finally got around to it. Many thanks to Anderson, videographer Val Danculovich, and to Sahan Jayasuriya for helping with the sound. I’m pleased and proud to present this short excerpt on TCD.tv.
This will be the Milwaukee premiere of Dust, a “dark comedy about a lottery ticket, poverty and fortune,” by celebrated Hungarian playwright György Spiró. Kralj and John Kishline will play the leading parts and Anderson will direct.