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High School Talent Show: 2-Year Anniversary @ The UCBT - 11.20.9

 Photo: Erin Kennedy


--Eliot and Ilana Glazer--possibly the most versatile brother/sister comedy duo since Donny & Marie Osmond--hosted the 2-year anniversary of High School Talent Show at the UCB Theater, a monthly rotating sampler of the freaky and geeky characters roaming the halls of Upper Central Bay High School.

--Kurt Braunohler, Nick Ross, Jill Donnelly, Matt McCarthy, Katina Corrao, Adolpho Blaire, and Rob Lathan lent their considerable talents to the evening. 

--Andrea Rosen played an awesome advice dispensing hag with a thick jewwy warble who has "never spent a dime" in her life. She gave useful tips on how to save money on condoms including this keeper: "If you're over 30 -- grow up and have a kid already!"

--In the pictures above and below, Eliot and Ilana sing a repelling version of the Boyz II Men/Mimi collab, One Sweet Day. We don't have perfect pitch so we couldn't tell if it was off key or not, but damn, Ilana's got some pipes!  If they're taking requests, we'd love to see them cover Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow's enchanting ode to surviving sex tape scandals and cancer next time.

--Eliot has been racking up huge wins all over the Internet lately with hits like My Parents Were Awesome and his Bea Arthur tattoo.  The big question is: will we see a MPWA blog-to-book before the Black Friday doorbuster sale at Urban Outfitters??

Photo: Erin Kennedy

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