Of course I started by paying homage to the works of the two men who inspired the title. Starting with character actor Kanu Reevis.
And then Pulitzer Award winning dramatist Eugene O’Neill.
And then the fireworks began: Night Of A Thousand Zogs!
In the end, the show was a hit! Here’s Zog’s backside.
That’s Zog. He’s doing his “Flashdance” dance. He’s wearing sweater sweater sleeves as leg warmers. Zog is to dance costumes what Macgyver is to building crazy contraptions. Ingenuity. “Night Of A Thousand Zogs” was dedictated to the many dance routines of my old friend Seth.
Great crowd was in attendance to see the show. I love Rififi. It’s just got a perfect vibe. And it’s not that hot. In the sweltering heat it’s nice to be somewhere cool that’s also “coooool” like the way the hipsters are.
Wonder Woman Dance. Seth lip synchs all the different parts. Another amazing home-made costume.
The band was Pooch Punt. Toby Miller, Robert Perle and Joel Oppenheimer. All guys that Seth and I grew up with. They sang some really great cover songs – “White Lines”; “Baker Street”, “Got To Get You Into My Life.”