Here's a professional photograph of Adam-O with some of his young fans:
Adam packed this place full of eccentric kids and their adult counter-parts who were enthralled by the masterpiece called "The Breakfast show."
This is Ralph Vincent, my pal and fellow comedian. He played the milk man! I showed up a taaaaad late, so I didn't get a chance to see him perform, but I know he was amazing! We talked for a second before I walked into the theater to take photos. I told him I was depressed and he gave me advice. I hope I'm okay :(
This lady with a nice blonde afro named Carhop Dolly was on roller-skates. She gave the kids their bowls of cereal. It looks like the kids were given Fruit Loops. I just ate a bowl of Fruit Loops and really enjoyed it.
This is Cereal Chef Kushi who was in charge of making sure there were plenty of Fruit Loops to go around. I like his shades B-) !!!
By the time I showed up Adam-O had begun the spontaneous Olympics! This is a photograph of him looking superb in a ref shirt telling the audience to stand for the national anthem of The Breakfast Show:
Personally, I found this to be a beautiful shot of the stand sign with a jug of milk surrounded by spilled cereal.
She played instruments to set the mood for the show. She also sang for the show. Really great girl!!! I don't know her name though :(
The first competition for The Breakfast Show Olympics was the contenders ability to draw. Their test was to draw Adam-O. Check out the cool drawings!!!
I have this cool effect option on my high-tech professional camera to make people look like they are morphing around the stage:
After the shows actors showed their drawings, Adam-O had the kids in the audience draw a picture of him. When they finished he invited these hopeful younglings to the stage for a competition of their own.
HAVING FUN!!! :)
This young lass won first place AND I can see why!! Check out that drawing!!
Adam-O confronting the young winner. She was very humble about the success of her drawing. I bet I could have done better. This is one of the reasons I curse GOD for not allowing me to remain as a little kid forever. Does the fountain of youth really exist? Is it really just filled with a bunch of kids peeing in the fountain all gross? I bet it's gross... NEVER MIND I'll stay an old man.
Adam-O in awe of the drawing.
The next compition was the classic battle of "tug-a-war." The battle was between a centaur from the past vs. the strength of a black robot from the future. Adam-O invited some kids from the audience to help each of the competitors. These kids must have nerves of steel. When I was a little kid I was scared as hell of costumed freaks. I remember I always wanted to ride Star Tours at Disneyland but cried every time I was in line. I remember before you entered the 'spacecraft' they had a video above the doors showing various aliens from the Star Wars series sitting with the human riders. I was very frightened by the idea of an alien sitting next to me. Now I would do ANYTHING to sit next to an alien. Are you guys still here? Hello?
The centaur began to sing and commanded the audience to sing a long with her. I didn't sing a long because I'm very insecure about my singing voice. But, in the shower, I'm a regular American Idol!!! :)
The black robot from the future refused to sing as well.
Disrupting the battle, Uncle Chickster came in ranting about how the future sucked and was scary. He has just left a time machine located in the back of the stage I didn't photograph. Believe me, the time machine looked cool!
The Japanese chef talked about how he was raised in Pasadena and spoke perfect English. This 'shocked' Adam-O!
An amazing photograph of the black robot from the future:
After the show, Adam-O invited the attendees to hang in the lobby and meet the performers. Here's a great photo of Adam with another good buddy of mine, BJ Averell.
This young dude was really excited to meet his favorite character: Cereal. I would be too, I LOVE cereal!!
This is a photograph of some guests with another performer, who I didn't photograph performing, (far left) David Lunch, World Famous Storyteller.
This is the black robot from the future without his costume on. In real life his name is Dave Schilling. He's posing with another friend and comedian named Joseph Larkin. Looking really smooth guys!!
Upon leaving the theater big shot Dave signed some autographs for some kid's poster.
It's probably a fact that most kids don't care about being earth friendly. Why can't they understand today's trash is their tomorrow's trash???
I'm really proud of my dog Adam for putting up such a fantastic show and pack the theater with adoring young/old fans. He will be doing this show again April 24th and I suggest all you goddamn people check it out for yourselves.
Here's a promo video for his show:
-The Professional Photographer ( Travis McFarland :)