In 2012 Ralf Jean-Pierre rode his bicycle 4000 miles around the United States performing one-man Shakespeare scenes on the streets by himself. Why? Because he was afraid.
WHAT SHOULD BE THE FEAR is a one-man show that tells the unbelievable true story of a mythic, American vision-quest, featuring oddball characters, an original blues-rap score, a gutsy take on Shakespeare, and one lunatic man.
Co-written and directed by Jolie Tong, experience this unique Shakespearean performance presented by Savannah Shakes, features original music written by guest artist Ralf Jean-Pierre.
Ralf received a BFA in Performing Arts from Savannah College of Art & Design, apprenticed with world renowned clown performer, Eric Davis and studied with Yale Physical Acting & Clowning teacher, Christopher Bayes. Ralf interned at The People’s Improv Theater, where he completed their entire improv program, as well as Dance New Amsterdam, and the Actor’s Movement Studio in NYC.
Thursday, Aug. 4 and Friday, Aug. 5 at8 p.m.
Tickets are available at the door, suggested donation price:
$10 general admission, $5 seniors, students and military.
Odd Lot is back this week with brand new, never before seen material. So come on down to the Muse Arts Warehouse at 8pm (or a little bit before hand) and see what the best comedy team in Savannah has to offer.
Ladies and gentlemen, we proudly present Backspace, our 48 Hour Film Project we participated in a few weekends ago. We’re happy to say that for our efforts we received Best Graphics, Best Special Effects and Audience Favorite (Group A) at the Film Festival and we’re deeply appreciative.
Odd Lot will not have a show on June 6th, as the theater will be in use by the very talent group of people (some of them Odd Lot peeps) that make up Savannah Shakes. They will be rehearsing for their production of Much Ado About Nothing, set in the 1960’s. It promises to be a great show…check it out! We will be back doing our improvisational thing on June 13th! See you then!
Odd Lot is humbled to have won “Best Comedy Team in Savannah” by the readers of Connect Savannah. It really is an honor, and we appreciate all those who voted for us. We will do our best to keep it up, and even improve this year, and hopefully we’ll make it a FOURpeat!
You know how sometimes you have friends coming into town and you want to find something to do with them and you’d do a walking tour downtown, but they make everything so dry and boring? Yeah. We do to. Odd Lot has joined with the people at Hysterical History Tours to bring you history that is actually entertaining! I know, radical, ain’t it?
We’ve made it to six years. Six. Years. It is hard to believe. It was an epic show, with a packed house! But, we started small. VERY small. There was about 5 of us, and we just wanted to have some fun. We started by doing shows to just a few people, most of them friends. sometimes we outnumbered the audience. But we kept at it, did our thing, and those people started telling their friends and more people started coming, and everyone who came laughed, and we were pleased. At the 2 year mark, I was happy with our success. Then more came! Now we’ve done stageplays, produced our own original musical, made a web series, played in festivals and numerous events in town, and out of town. We’ve started our own one of a kind murder mystery with great sucess, and we just keep going! Of all this, one of our proudest accomplishments is Connect Savannah’s Award for Best Comedy Team. This is a award voted on by you, the people who see us every week, and if you like us enough to get us that honor two years in a row, we must be doing something right!
We’d love to make it 3 times in a row, so, if you really think we deserve it, we humbly ask that you click on the link below and give us a vote in the “Best Comedian/Comedy Team” category this year, too.
Thanks for stopping by. We’re very excited about 2016. On top of our regular improv shows, we’ll be keeping up with our murder mystery show, or murder mystery cruise, and we’re planning an all original show later in the year! We’ve got a few more things planned, but it’s too early to reveal, but stay tuned! We’re gonna pack this year full!