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Click Here to Download 'Episode 4: Life Cycles' from iTunes

In which we get born, fall in love, marry, divorce, die, etc.

Featuring the voices and musical performances of Will Greenberg, Dan Oster, Martha Marion, Jen Burton, Ryan Harrison, Lauren Flans, Dan Mahoney, Frank Smith, Mikey Wells, Rich Ramberg, Dylan Ris, Brenton Kossak, and Jonah Levy. Special guest performance by Gianna Masi. Produced by Dave McKeever. Directed by Michael Wells. Musical Direction by Dylan Ris. Words and music by Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Dylan Ris, Rich Ramberg, and Michael Wells.

Material recorded in studio and live at King King Hollywood and Café-Club Fais Do-Do

Check out special musical guest Gianna Masi’s irreverent, historical-conjecture-based folk duo buchanan & his wife.

Click Here to Download 'Episode 3: Gatherings' from iTunes

In which Jupiter Jack (Will Greenberg) contemplates family get-togethers at his brother David’s holiday party.

Featuring the voices and musical performances of Will Greenberg, Dan Oster, Martha Marion, Jen Burton, Ryan Harrison, Lauren Flans, Dan Mahoney, Frank Smith, Mikey Wells, Rich Ramberg, Dylan Ris, and Brenton Kossak. Special guest performances by Dan Berkowitz, Jennifer Daking, Dorothée Darville, Isaac Laskin, Jonah Levy, Christopher Ludwig, Gianna Masi, Victor Mazzone, Lara Meyerratken, Heather Ogilvy, Nikki Olivia, Josh Rachford, Rickard Roudebush, Rita Soultanian, Jeff Stone, Ben Tevik, and Ken Wells. Produced by Dave McKeever. Directed by Lauren Ludwig. Musical Direction by Dylan Ris. Words and music by Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Lauren Ludwig, Dylan Ris, Michael Wells, Rich Ramberg, Dave McKeever, and the cast.

Material recorded in studio and live at The Hollywood Fringe Festival.

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Guys, making a musical sketch comedy show involves more than just writing sessions, rehearsals, and performances. It also involves post-show debriefs and brunches. Yes, there are suits of armor there.

Photo by Mikey Wells.



KFI’s Wayne Resnick dedicated the first 35 minutes of his show last night to a live Lost Moon Radio appearance, featuring artistic director Lauren Ludwig and writer-performers Frank Smith and Dan Oster (pictured with Wayne), as well as libertarian songwriter Arby Williams and science-fiction-writer-turned-political-candidate Raymond Kazamov. Wayne’s a fantastic host — cut from the same cloth as Jupiter Jack — and we had a blast.

You can listen to the whole episode here.



Enjoy this wonderful new dance pop single from Titled Sketch Project, written by Bobby Mort and performed by Laurel Coppock.  They’ve got an official video coming out late next week.  In the meantime, Dan Oster did these kinetic typography effects (a technique he’s currently applying to a Lauren Flans LMR track).

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