The Thrilling Adventure Hour closed their show on Friday, October 11, 2013 at The Bell House in Brooklyn with what is now a tradition (they’ve done it two shows in a row), by singing a song written in 1898 about the Gowanus Canal. The arrangement is by Paul & Storm. You can see the original song lyrics at Pardon Me For Asking.
The Thrilling Adventure Hour Workjuice Players:
Mark Evan Jackson, Paul F Tompkins, Mark Gagliardi, Paget Brewster, Annie Savage, Hal Lublin, Craig Cackowski, John Hodgman (WJ East)
Jonathan Coulton, Paul & Storm, Ira Glass, Scott Aukerman, Maria Thayer, Cecil Baldwin, Mara Wilson, Scott Adsit, Terry Kinney, Jackson Publick
Thank you John Mulaney & Annamarie Tendler for putting together a great show for a great cause. I was proud to be a part of it!
Donate & support: Innocenceproject.org
(at The Bell House)
30 Rock’s Scott Adsit quickly snapped this photo backstage at the May 2013 Thrilling Adventure Hour in Brooklyn— Paget Brewster and I are about to make our entrance as Frank & Sadie Doyle. I am helping Paget up the stairs because I am a gentleman and because she is a lady who wears life-threatening ladyshoes. Director Aaron Ginsburg counts to one Euro-style in the background. Also pictured: a giant thumb monster.
LABORING UNDER DELUSIONS: LIVE IN BROOKLYN
Recorded live at The Bell House, Gowanus
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