Music by Jason Anderson Book & Lyrics by Kyle McCoy . Martin Brody has just moved his family away from the dangerous New York City for a more relaxing life in the beach community of Amity Island. As their new Chief of Police, his mission to prove himself to the islanders becomes more difficult when a report of shark attacks start coming in. He orders the beaches to be closed but the greedy Mayor Vaughn wants them open as the Fourth of July is coming and Amity is a tourist town. . Martin gets the aide of Matt Hooper, a young and quirky shark scientist from the mainland, to try to catch the beast before it kills again. At last, he realizes that he has to turn to the town’s most rugged fisherman and shark hunter, Quint, if he is to stop the shark for good. But when he’s required to accompany Hooper and Quint on the boat, he realizes that he must finally get over his biggest fear: the water.
Step into the world of the Pantry, where can/fruit relationships are looked down upon and the Junk Food Gang rules the streets. Here you'll find a delicious cast of characters that will take you through a story of hope, betrayal, laughter, death, revenge and love.
On the evening of May 30th, 2005 the lights went down in the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre in New York City and a giant screen was filled with the image of an apple and a can of Spaghettios declaring their love for each other. The show was originally made for something called Channel 102, a website dedicated to short online series being brought back based on viewer's votes. "Food" debuted in the second highest spot that night but was eventually cancelled for lack of votes. Off and on I would to toy the idea of finishing the series and carrying out the story I had planned... well, here we are.
I love "Food" and it's entire world. I want to visit it again soon but until then, I hope you enjoy these episodes as much as I do.
Everyone gathers in the living room. Anticipation. They speculate where they will be taken this week and what dangers they may encounter. The adults settle into their comfy chairs while the kids choose to stretch out on the floor. The best seat in the house isn't in front of any TV. It's next to the radio.
For decades, this was the ritual of families across the country. After dinner, some nights would be filled with The Shadow and Little Orphan Annie. Others would be be a jazz band followed by The Adventures of Superman. Dick Tracy. Grande Ole Opry. Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar. Shakespeare. Sherlock Holmes. Suddenly, the whole world wanted a bedtime story.
Times change. Theatre of the mind slowly faded away. Until now.
Music by Jason Anderson Book & Lyrics by Kyle McCoy
A couple on their way to get married. A student heading to her final exam. A kid's first day in the city. These characters and more cross paths on a downtown local six train on a random morning in Manhattan. With the help of their guitar-playing Conductor, they embark on a commute that touches their lives forever.