Phil Careens Through Time and Space for You!

Kirsten Vangsness’s feminist sci-fi comedy is open for laughter.

We’ve only had three performances and the LA Times already likes us:
“Careening through time and space…while making some surprisingly cogent philosophical points.”
Criminal Minds‘s Kirsten Vangsness returns to NOTE as the playwright and star of this fun whirlwind that will make you laugh a lot, cry a bit, and wish you’d brought every male chauvinist jerk you’ve ever known. I play three comedic supporting roles, including a space alien from the future. I strongly recommend this one, and I recommend that you come early; it may be hard to get tickets as the run goes on. Click here for tickets; click any of the photos for more info.

Tickets are 25 bucks; if that’s steep for you, write me at and ask if there are any discounts available when you’re planning to come.

And here’s a treat–click here for a behind-the-scenes video¬†featuring Kirsten, director Lisa Dring and several cast members. If Facebook is your thing, click here to see the event page. But wherever you click, know that the fate of all the universes depends on you learning how to use your female powers (regardless of how you identify) for good.

Life Lab Notes Podcast!

You can still listen to all 13 episodes of my wife Silvie’s eerie/touching podcast”Invisible,” featuring many performers from NOTE and ComedySportz. Click the graphic above and start with the episode “Host.” You won’t be sorry!