The ArtsCenter Photoblog

May 7, 2010

The Monti with Elizabeth Edwards


The last time The Monti came to The ArtsCenter, Lyndsay got to shoot it and raved about it to me. So when I saw The Monti on the calendar, I was excited! Five story-tellers, including Elizabeth Edwards, shared unscripted memories on the theme of “Mothers & Fathers”–photos are below (click “more” to get the full view). For future Monti events, click here.

Coming up next in theater at The ArtsCenter: Eurydice, running May 13-23 Thursdays through Saturdays at 8 p.m., 3 p.m. Sundays.

–Lisa

Elizabeth Edwards takes the stage to talk about her parents.

Jeff Polish, creator of The Monti, opens the evening with a story about his student "Showtimee" and walking the catwalk.

Vanessa Woods imitates the bitchiest bonobo she knows.

Vanessa Woods tells a story about a scary mother bonobo she got to know very personally.

Local photographer Jesse Kalisher tells a story about his kids, the evils of high-fructose corn syrup, and where the two intersect.

Jesse Kalisher talks about his kids' resistance to candy on Halloween.

Tara Lake talks about her family's idiosyncracies.

Tara Lake shows the audience a wig she wore in her conservative cousin's wedding.

Jeff Polish introduces Michael Malone after intermission (as seen from backstage!).

Michael Malone talks about his mother.

Elizabeth Edwards tells the audience about her father, a naval pilot and hero, and her mother, a victorious gameshow contestant.

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