Forgotten Fantasies Live: Dino-Swords 9/1/19
Forgotten Fantasies

Forgotten Fantasies Live: Dino-Swords 9/1/19

Equal parts "This is Your Life" and "Everything is Terrible", Forgotten Fantasies is a live panel show wherein comedians & local celebrities share memories of obscure shows & movies from their distant past they've never gone back to revisit. We then play and riff on the most absurd clips possible in front of a live audience. Sometimes emotional, sometimes hilarious, always weird. Featuring gonzo TV & film clips, vintage commercials, & a lot of fuzzy memories. This month’s Forgotten Fantasies: THE SWORD & THE SORCERER and DINOSAUR CITY Seattle comic Derek Sheen brings us his bloody memories of The Sword & The Sorcerer and its true star, the THREE BLADED SWORD! We will also joined by Portland comedian, Ben Harkins and all of his scientifically accurate memories of Adventures in Dinosaur City ALSO featured: Vintage commercial, waterbeds, various sword and sorcery kills, anthropomorphic dinosaurs throughout the years (mostly just the 90s) and a video pre-show that should not be missed. About our Guests: Derek Sheen Derek Sheen is a cuddly mess of insecurities, a gifted storyteller, actor and writer. He’s quickly become a favorite among comedy fans all over the globe touring with Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, Janeane Garofolo and Rory Scovel!​ press: https://www.dereksheenrulz.com/press-contact _______________________________ Ben Harkins is a Portland based comedian, his unsweetened wisdom and deadpan delivery have made him an audience favorite throughout the Pacific Northwest. His subversive material attacks everything from the cost of groceries to the extinction of species. This Portland's Funniest Person Finalist has performed at Bridgetown Comedy Festival and SF Sketchfest, opened for Baron Vaughn and Matt Braunger and also hosts Dark Web Tonight every third Friday at Kickstand Comedy! ______________________________ So come on out and join Michael Garcia and Avalon Leonetti as we take a dip in a pool of collective nostalgia.