Save the Paper Towels
Video Producer/Director Claude von Roesgen and satirist/actor/musician Dan Margarita have collaborated once more to bring you their latest, "Save the Paper Towels," on Saturday, November 25, from 7:00-8:30 PM at the Somerville Theaters MicroCinema (55 Davis Square). A germaphobe custodian writes a song in support of his most ardent cause, and then convinces a retired band to regroup for its performance. The evening will also feature a retrospective of several music videos the two have produced together.
A product of the legendary Boston comedy scene of the 1980's, Stoneham native Dan Margarita has worked with such notable comics as Sam Kinison, Judy Tenuta, and , Marc Maron, as well as political satirists Jimmy Tingle and Barry Crimmins. He currently defines himself as a "standup-singer-songwriter," to reflect his unique combination of humor and love of music. His three CDs, "Kill the Messenger," "Kinda Pregnant," and "Put it on the Vinyl," promote his mostly satirical view of the modern world. He has also collaborated with von Roesgen to produce over a dozen music videos.
Von Roesgen has equal passion for creating and producing video and film projects and finding alternative energy and simple living solutions. Besides working with Margarita for the last eight years, he is the director of Jimi Sir: An American Peace Corps Volunteer in Nepal, which chronicles his friends quest to finish both a water quality and an educational development project in the Himalayas before his term in the Peace Corps ended.
The admission includes pizza. A cash bar is also available. Seating is limited to 27; to secure a seat visit http://savethepapertowels.brownpapertickets.com/. Any remaining seats will be assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis on the night of the event.
Somerville Theater Microcinema (View)
55 Davis Square
Somerville, MA 02144
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