GOLDIES 2012: PianoFight - Page 2

A multi-faceted, multi-armed organization of sketch comedy, original drama, new play festivals, and comedy-horror-ballet about ducks


"So glad Point Break Live! dropped out," muses Williams, "because ShortLived turned out to be an amazing community builder. It really was one of the biggest drivers of our company initially, since we had to get a bunch of actors, a bunch of directors, and a bunch of writers."

"The R&D wing of the theater business is [made up of] small, scrappy companies," says Ready. "If it was just us I'd be, 'All right, we're just that more awesome,' but it's not. There are a lot of people saying theater can be a lot of different things to a lot of different people."

As for the name PianoFight, apparently there's no short answer to that question. I was invited to come back some time with a bottle of whiskey and ask again. "Have at least 24 hours," cautions Williams. "You've got to set aside some time, some whiskey ... and bring a credit card, too."


Goldies is a new piano fight comedy show which features sketch comedy, original drama, new play festivals, oyster-fuelled theatre frescos, horror comedies, musical mash-up etc. Within a few days of its release the show became a huge success. Thanks for sharing the link of it.

Posted by windows update help on Sep. 27, 2013 @ 12:52 am

I just want to know that I am using Chrome and I am not able to view the videos which you have shared. The page is asking for some flash player plugins. What should I do?

Posted by Westside-Chiropractic on Oct. 31, 2013 @ 1:01 am

Both the videos are really nice to watch, I would be happy to get more information on the same topic.

Posted by Molegone on Oct. 31, 2013 @ 2:31 am

Is there any news or updates regarding this show for current year or next year? If any then kindly update the infromation.

Posted by Joey Gilbert on Nov. 11, 2013 @ 1:31 am

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