Bumbershoot 2014 closed on a sunny note on Monday. For dozens of photos by Seattle Times photographers from the weekend, click here. For reviews from opening day, click here. Video and some social-media moments are here. And finally, here’s a Monday wrap-up from arts writer Misha Berson: After a weekend of patchy clouds and intermittent rain…More
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The Comedy Mystery Mutants took Sunday’s Bumbershoot audience on a tour of Seattle’s weird underbelly of comedy with a mix of sketch, video, music and stand-up comedy at the Leo K. Theatre. Led by MC Albert Kirchner the show’s highlights included a display of gravity-defying jumps and twists from Extreme Gene (played by…More
There were a lot of laughs throughout the The Laughs Comedy Spot Showcase at the Leo K. Theatre on Saturday, but it was Seattle’s Brett Hamil that stood out with his self-deprecating and revealing take on sex and marriage.
“I married up,” Hamil admitted, “Four years ago she slid this ring on my finger and for the first time in my life I own something pawn-able.”
Hamil also spoke candidly about the time he lost his virginity.More