Keep Austin Artsy Podcast: [There is]..”really really filthy..uh…romance.”

Keep Austin Artsy Podcast was produced by Beth Cortez-Neavel and Susie Gidseg. Keep Austin Artsy Podcast is a project of the Greater Austin Creative Alliance and NowPlayingAustin.com.

Some quotes from this Keep Austin Artsy Podcast addition that we thought were especially memorable.

1. “Somebody getting hit in the face with a shovel is funny, and we do have somebody getting hit in the face with a shovel.”

2. [There is]..”really really filthy..uh…romance.”

3. One of the skits involves “Innocent Sister Big Ass …”

What really goes into the making of the basest show ever to hit the Curtain theatre? Director Casey Weed sounds off about the highs, and the very very very lows of putting on this show in Austin.

Yes, it is at the Curtain theatre, which is cold. BUT. The Baron’s men will be provided hand warmers, blankets, cocoa and some spicy cider to make the evening a little bit warmer. Well, maybe the play itself will do that for you. So bring a Valentines date and catch this show on its short run at the Curtain theatre. For you Fat Tuesday fans, they will also have a special show at Headhunters on Red River.

Check out more about the Baron’s Men here.

Tickets available through Austix, a service of the Greater Austin Creative Alliance, here.

Read more about The Bawdy Five and other reviews for The Baron’s Men on Now Playing Austin, here.

Podcast time!

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