Is it two great tastes that taste great together, or an unholy union of the most uncommon kind?
In Parisian Cafes I, lonely count of Transylvania, Approached you with the passion of Mars, Drooping with silence under a black cape, Wishing to address your neck, which cannot be defended. I (awkward, frail Frankenstein) fumbled for your face In my wrecked mind in wrecked invisible evenings. You taught me about nihilism when you retreated, [...]
Bio: For the past five years, Josef Addleman has been a Toronto-based improviser, musician, and teacher. Before that, he spent two years living in rural Japan. As a day job, he teaches an accent-reduction course to classes of mostly Japanese and Korean students. He improvises with Impatient Theatre Company and Opening Night Theatre, and performs [...]