Announcing a brand new one man comedy show based on the hit blog Butcher Stories.
Working as a butcher is hard. Not as hard as dealing with the general public.
Written and performed by Andy Livengood
Directed by R.W. Smith
"Smart Home" is available for streaming and download HERE
Harland S. Biggs is a “very important man.” He’s also the proud owner of a Shimotaki Smart Home Excelsior 2200 Model 3. All is right with the world… Until it isn’t. Some electronics just don’t like backtalk.
Smart Home was written by Steven Cardinal and starred, in order of appearance:
- Paul O’Brien as Harland S. Biggs
- Todd McNerney as Gus
- Tessa Payne Clinton as Lydia and Jo
- Samille Basler as CYBIL
- Andy Livengood as Abner
- Nat Jones as Ben
- Kristen Kos as Carolyne
- Steven Cardinal as the Impound Lot Attendant
- Jodi Riley as the Waitress
- Doug Clinton as the Cop
Dr. John & Delilah discuss "Orgy-ometry" with Archimedes, Build-A-Bear Workshop employee and brother of the fish creature in the Academy Award-winning film "The Shape of Water" - Featuring Andy Livengood of Theatre 99 in Charleston, SC!
Please don't eat laundry detergent.
Andy was a guest on the You Almost Had It! Podcast Thanksgiving Special. He talked about his true stories from the butcher's counter.
"Midtown Production's rendition of 'It's Only A Play' is the reason you go to the theatre".
Cartoonish and Jack's Java Bean Shack are both being screened at the 3rd Annual South Carolina Underground Film Festival.
Cartoonish: November 11 at 2:00 PM
Jack's Java Bean Shack: November 12 at 2:00 PM
Both shows are screening at:
4820 Jenkins Avenue, North Charleston, SC 29405.
Charleston Daily critic, Mark A. Leon, reviewed the opening night of "It's Only a Play" at Midtown Productions.
"This two hour production will leave you in stitches, keeping you on your toes and truly understanding the unique life of a performer. It is often said that there is a fine line between creativity and insanity. In this case, the two lines clash in an off the wall comedic explosion."
There are two chances to take a workshop with Andy Livengood during the NewSouth Comedy Festival
Do you have a problem playing characters in your improv? Do you feel like your stuck in a rut, playing the same four people over and over again? Do you want to stretch your range? If you answered yes to any of these, this is the workshop for you! In this fun and fast paced workshop you’ll learn how to create spontaneous characters. You’ll learn how to strengthen the people you already play and how to create personas that you didn’t know you had in you. Using high energy and fun techniques Andy will help you build unique, complex, and strong characters to take back to your improv and sketch performances. This class will combine communication techniques, clowning exercise, and improv to build your new characters “from the ground up.” Every student will walk away with new fun characters in their back pocket.
Improv to Solo Performance
This class will focus on creating solo sketches and character monologues. Students will use improv to create compelling, unique characters then learn how to place these characters in scenes for maximum comedic effect. Students will leave the class with a few specific ideas to mine for future sketch shows or solo performances.
It’s the opening night after-party for ”The Golden Egg,” a new play on Broadway. All of the usual suspects have assembled in a New York townhouse to nervously await the reviews of the play. There’s Peter, the anxious playwright (Andy Livengood); his ‘best friend’, James (Jon Ballard); Julia, the wealthy, novice producer (Andrea McGinn); Virginia, a fading actress hoping to make a comeback (Lynda Harvey); Frank, the “Boy Wonder” director (Xan Rogers); Ira, the snarky critic (Terry Davey); and finally Gus, the “fresh off the farm” coat check guy (Michael Okas), who is dying to make it in showbiz.
Friday, Oct. 13 at 7:30| Saturday, Oct. 14 at 7:30
Thursday, Oct. 19 at 7:30| Friday, Oct. 20 at 7:30| Saturday, Oct. 21 at 7:30
Sunday Matinee, Oct. 22 at 3:00
Thursday, Oct. 26 at 7:30| Friday, Oct. 27 at 7:30| Saturday, Oct. 28 at 7:30
Sunday Matinee, Oct. 29 at 3:00
Andy was a guest of the Sexperts podcast.
Dr. John & Delilah discuss "Pillow Talk for the Deaf" with Doug Ratchet, survivorer - Featuring Andy Livengood of Theatre 99 in Charleston, SC!
Check it out below! Make sure you like the Sexperts Podcast on Facebook!!
Andy was published in issue 4 of The Friendship Comedy Collective's Zine.
Read it Here:
During the Norfolk Comedy Festival, Andy was interviewed by Matt Cole and Brian Garraty for their podcast, The Sexperts.
They talk about Andy's lack of voice, and his upcoming appearance at the New South Comedy Festival.
Tonight at Midnight, his episode will be available for download on iTunes.