The Crisman Show Special X-mas Subscribonation: The Enfoodening of the Masses



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Madison Barras

Premier Variety Showcase Presents announces
The Crisman Show Special X-Mas Subscribonation: The Enfoodening of the Masses
Podcast subscription drive and comedy show to benefit The North Texas Food Bank  

DALLAS — For each new subscriber gained by a Premier Variety Showcase Presents podcast between now and December 25, 2011, one dollar (up to $100) will be donated to the North Texas Food BankPremier Variety Showcase Presents podcasts include: The Spotlight Follies Special, The Crisman Show Podcast, and Scott By The Bell.  Subscriptions are available via iTunes and RSS Feed.  Subscribers do not need to listen to the program for the $1 to be donated.  Simply click “subscribe” and be on your merry way.

We invite DFW business to match subscriber donations dollar-for-dollar, and join us for a benefit variety show:

Premier Variety Showcase Presents
The Crisman Show Special X-Mas Subscribonation
The Enfoodening Of The Masses – Live And In Person! 
Wednesday, December 7th, 8:00-10:00 p.m.
J+Js Pizza
118 W. Oak Street
Denton, Texas 76201

About Premier Variety Showcase Presents
Premier Variety Showcase Presents is an excuse to cull together comedy(?) type pedantry and podcastulation.

About Spotlight Follies Special
A comedy, variety podcast type show in true-ish vaudevillian form hosted by Nathan Guerra. Hip music, stream of consciousness comedy, noir comedy, and comedy interviews….comedy!

About The Crisman Show
The chatty, disruptive hybrid of Soul Train and Conan.  The Crisman Show, produced by Sarah Crisman and Nathan Guerra is already turning heads and piquing ears of tastemakers the world over as a platform for the bleeding edge of comedy and music today.

About Scott By the Bell
Nathan Guerra, Scott Crisp, and Sarah Crisman enjoy and subsequently roast a riveting 22 minutes of television gold: Saved by the Bell.



One thought on “The Crisman Show Special X-mas Subscribonation: The Enfoodening of the Masses

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