Emcees: Our way too funny wise-guy women, Maureen Miller Hallock, Siobhan Powers and Maryann Villanueva will be a Greek chorus of emcees for the show,"Live Magazine at the Falls."If nothing else these three broads who can riff off one another are worth the ticket price. Broads? Mae West, they ain't, but they're just as funny.
Maureen Hallock is one of our premier storytellers and has wowed the crowds with her performances for close to three years. She taught English Literature to Catholic schoolgirls while enlightening them in the sexual subtext of works they had just glossed over. Her teachings were a hit with the girls, but not with the nuns. She is an experienced caterer and a devoted animal rescue volunteer.
Siobhan Powers is the director of Landmark pre-school, and a dealer in the one-tough-cookie mode, though she looks like butter wouldn’t melt in her mouth. She wears a tiara at work. Her first appearance with MouseMuse was hit when she told the tale of making a tactical choice to supervise her stubborn preschooler while on a grand train journey through France and Italy.
Maryann Villanueva prides herself as being a NYORICAN standup comic, bartender and the youngest of eleven children. During the daytimes she is a dental assistant in Westport, CT. Patients almost beg to come and sit in the chair just to be entertained by Maryann’s sassy wit.
In 2008, Duncan Christy created a song cycle for the Obama constituents called “The Blue State Blues.” His play “Magazine,” a musical comedy with dark overtones re the death of print, is in production. His music, poetry and written work will be available on his new website soon.
Hear a song from "Magazine" 03 One of the Boys