The Mutant Variety Show

Before this is completely ancient news … last Thursday 5 April at 7pm, in the HFA Recital Hall was D-Day for Unhindered By Talent Productions.

Phi and the young’un hosted a wild night of music, song, improvisation, and dance. A stupendous entertainment performed by UMMers and their friends, all in aid of two cancer-related charities.

Lance Armstrong Foundation
Cancer Kids Fund of Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota

More than a hundred people made it to the show which raised more than $750 from donations that evening and on-line at the Lance Armstrong Foundation web page.

Our hosts performed many of their own songs as first seen at UMM Open Mic Nights and the ASA Talent Show including: Taco Man, Fat fly, and Crabgrass. Plus several covers including, Looking for my leopard and I’m so lonesome I could cry.

Even yours truly got in on the act, reading a number of short poems throughout the evening.

I’m assuming you can still add some pennies to the pot, here if the fancy moves you.

You can read more on the evening’s festivities here and the final accounting here.

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