“A Few Good Menschen.” Or “One of These Things is Not Like The Others.”

One of These Things is Not Like the Others.Y’all, just look at me shmoozing with these Hollywood/NYC Big Wigs.

These two cute men are John Markus and Mark St. Germaine. They have written plays, produced television shows, and eaten bar-b-que. They’ve rubbed elbows with the likes of Bill Cosby, Ellen Degeneres, Typhoid Mary, and God only knows who else. They’ve even dared to mix Atlanta theater legend Tom Key with barbershop quartet harmonies right there on the Theatrical Outfit stage. I KNOW! In front of God and everybody.

Also, just recently, they teetered lovingly on the edge of a half-fake loveseat and drank totally real champagne with me on the set of the world premiere of their play, The Fabulous Lipitones. No, really. They did. And here’s the proof.

Stay tuned for their visit to The Gilda Sue Rosenstern Computer Internet Show.

No! Really!

Gilda Sue Gives Fabulous Lip (itone) Service

Gilda Sue Gives Fabulous Lip (itone) Service

Y’all, here I am with Mark St. Germaine (Gilda right) and John Markus (Gilda left) on the set of the world premier of their play The Fabulous Lipitones at The Theatrical Outfit in Atlanta. These two cute men are veterans of stage and TV, and I got to sit down with them for a sip and a chat last week. We talked about Bill Cosby, alien abduction, computer dating and other stuff. It rocked so hard we taped it. Stay tuned for the upcoming episode!