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I’m excited to announce that I will be guest starring on a television show!
The show is called Scream Queens and it’s on Fox.
The show airs Tuesday Nov 15th at 9/8c, and it will also be available on Hulu and Fox’s website.
And guess what else?!
I’m also excited that my character on the show has Marfan Syndrome :)
Basically the dream job.
This is a great opportunity to spread awareness and I will be doing my best to get on local TV news stations, as well as podcasts and web shows to talk about the show but more importantly, to talk about my heart condition called Marfan Syndrome. Awareness saves lives, and it’s important for everyone to know the signs. It’s not very often that Marfan Syndrome gets mentioned on television. And we’re typically seen as just patients on dramatic medical shows. Well on this show I’m not just a patient that is sick. I got to play a more layered and fun role. And it was awesome.
The cast, crew, creator and everyone involved were amazing. They took care of me on set. When I had back pain I was able to take a break, when my feet hurt they found different shoes, and when I told them about my heart condition, they listened and were excited to spread awareness as well. I want to extend a huge thank you to everyone involved, and I’m thankful that the writers, casting directors and Ryan Murphy made it a point to try to hire an actress who had Marfan Syndrome. It has been a dream come true.
I also want to note that this show is not a “PC” show and it does have violence, and perhaps isn’t a show that young children should watch. I recommend parents watch the episode first and then decide if you want to show your children the entire episode/series or just certain parts.
I love the show. It’s silly, over the top, edgy and really really funny. I don’t think television needs to reflect the ideal world, it’s purpose is to entertain us and to explore that which is not just good, but also evil and the struggles that mirror the real world.
I really really hope you watch the show and enjoy seeing someone with Marfan’s Syndrome on television. This was an amazing opportunity that has opened more doors and will allow me to continue to follow my dreams and inspire others with medical illnesses to follow their dreams as well.
I love you all and thank you all for the support! I will be posting again following the episode and I look forward to hearing your thoughts!
PS: Do you have a podcast, blog, web show, or work for a news organization and would like to learn more about Marfan Syndrome? Or hey, do you know Ellen Degeneres? :) PLEASE REACH OUT! My email is: email@example.com
AND here are the signs of Marfan Syndrome:
- Long arms, legs and fingers
- Tall and thin body type
- Curved spine
- Chest sinks in or sticks out
- Flexible joints
- Flat feet
- Crowded teeth
- Stretch marks on the skin that are not related to weight gain or loss
Please go to https://www.marfan.org/ to learn more!
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The 10,000 Laughs Festival is organized by comedians, for comedians and all proceeds go back into the comedy community. When you see a show at this festival, and I highly recommend that you do, you will be supporting the arts and supporting a community of comedians and performers that aims to brighten people's lives with laughter, puns, outrageous stories and even some social commentary. And cat impressions. (Most of the cat impressions will be coming from me, but I encourage all comedians and people to be cats as much as possible.)
All of the shows have incredible lineups and feature local comedians as well as comedians from afar. See rising stars and shooting stars and starbursts which is my favorite candy, so if you would like to pay for your tickets in Starbursts that is totally cool with me. (no refunds, and also no guarantee this will work,)
I'm excited and honored to be one of the festivals headliners this year! I'll be closing out two shows and also hanging out during and after the shows and I would love to see my Minnesota friends and family there, and if you have a cat, bring your cat! (Don't bring your cat.) Seriously, bring your cat it's totally allowed. (It's probably not allowed.) Meow meow meow meow. (Meow meow meow meow.)
SHOWS I'M HEADLINING:
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Tickets for Saturday at 8pm at Sisyphus Brewing:
Tickets for Saturday at 10pm at Sisyphus Brewing:
ALL THE SHOWS:
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Spread the word and tell your friends, and I'll see you on Saturday!
I had to cancel my San Francisco Tour this weekend! :( BUT I assure you it was for a pretty cool reason, so stay tuned for that!
ALSO, if you would like to find out the next time I'll be in San Francisco, or performing in a city near you, be sure to JOIN MY MAILING LIST and also make sure to list your city!
To make up for having to cancel my SF shows on such short notice, I will be sending out autographed copies of my CD to the first 5 people to email me their address. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will sign and send you a Secret Unicorn CD! No catch! Your address just has to be located relatively near to San Francisco, and you have to join my mailing list.
I googled Sad San Francisco, and this is what showed up, so I'll leave you with this!
Nov 22-26 – Headlining ACME Comedy Club
Dec 8-10 – Comedy Attic – Bloomington Indiana
Dec 16-17 – Comedy Corner Underground – Minneapolis
Feb – NACA Nationals – Date TBD
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