So. This is the major reason why I haven’t been blogging as much as I’d like the past seven months: The Scott White and Alycia “Rose” Quacker Stand Up Special. It’s a major project I’ve been honored to play a part in planning, staging it at Station Theater, and adapting for television.
The Scott White and Alycia “Rose” Quacker Stand Up Special will air on Houston Media Source on the following dates and times:
- Sunday, April 5 at 12 a.m. CST
- Wednesday, April 8 at 12 a.m. CST
- Saturday, April 11 at 12 a.m. CST
- Sunday, April 12 at 12 a.m. CST
- Wednesday, April 15 at 12 a.m. CST
- Saturday, April 18 at 12 a.m. CST
And perhaps more to come! It airs at midnight on account of language and content, because that’s what happens when you have a cranky old man ranting about relationships and an adorable lady who says many swears.
Houston Media Source can be accessed on the following channels:
- Comcast channel 17
- AT&T U-Verse channel 99
- Sudden Link channel 99
- Phonoscope channel 96
Don’t live in Houston? You can still stream Houston Media Source’s shows online!
(At the end of the credits, we do have a bonus scene, so make sure to watch the entire way through!)
If you can’t watch at all, at least acknowledge the people who graciously gave their time and effort to make The Scott White and Alycia “Rose” Quacker Stand Up Special such a fantastic show… and soon to be a fantastic hour of televised goodness!
Director: Luke Brewer
Performers: Scott White and Alycia “Rose” Quacker
Camera: Luke Brewer and Steve Patlan
Editing: Luke Brewer
Lights and Sound: John Mayo
Music: Sean Penalber as Who’d a Thunk?
Promotional Artwork: Alycia “Rose” Quacker
Box Office: Katherine Salamanca
Special Thanks: Roger Anderson, Jessica Brown, Christopher Cowan, Kaitlyn Cribbs, Alexandria Eisa, Roger Palomino, Mel Peterson, Josh Rollins, Alex Saenz, and Ryan Terry
Hope you enjoy! It was both a challenge and a blast to help translate Scott’s idea from a chat over a cheese plate at The Black Labrador to Station Theater to Houston Media Source. Suffice to say, this will not be the last you’ll see of me as a public access producer! Unless I’m incapacitated or dead or something.