My Shows at The ACME Theater

08/12/2013 — 1 Comment

Dear Friends

My shows at the ACME Theater went better than one could hope. Thanks to all of you who came. And special thanks to Dan Kane, Allen Nechy, Tina Duncan, Jonathan Green, Dinny Chisholm, Tina Dunton and, of course, Greg Carpenter without who’s help I would not have been able to accomplish what we did.

Behind The Scenes
The drama that was going on behind the scenes was terrible. Members of the crew¬†at (I will not give them the satisfaction of billboarding their radio show) went out of their way to sabotage my shows at the ACME Theater. On the air they said every nasty thing they could about my family, my love and me. “I was washed up, out of my mind, not funny, old, untalented and an all around bad person.”

They went as far as to purchase tickets (and not show up. On both nights some thirty of these tickets were in play) so that I would have empty seats in my showroom. I will not allow these people to hide behind the cloak of anonymity. Please help me expose and confront these dirty rotten scums.

These people are: Matt Alan, Lori Downey Jr., Ralph Odierna, Connie Probasco and Johnny Cosmo.

Thank you

Live

Kip Addotta

One response to My Shows at The ACME Theater

  1. Tommy Joseph 08/13/2013 at 04:30

    “They went as far as to purchase tickets (and not show up. On both nights some thirty of these tickets were in play) so that I would have empty seats in my showroom. I will not allow these people to hide behind the cloak of anonymity. Please help me expose and confront these dirty rotten scums.

    “These people are: Matt Alan, Lori Downey Jr., Ralph Odierna, Connie Probasco and Johnny Cosmo.”

    Kip

    LOL. Glad the show went well. To avoid empty seats, how about a holding pen outside the venue where passerby are paid a small sum of cash to enter and remain in the event of too many empty seats. In fact, you don’t have to pay them to get in the holding pen. Just promise them that if there are empty seats they will be summoned on a first-penned, first-served basis, and they get in free. Those who are not needed are paid for their patience and sent on their merry way. The malicious enforcement of empty seats, I never heard of that one. Interesting – and funny.

    TJ

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