David Ossman and Phil Proctor will perform a very special 2-man multi-media comedy show The Art of Radio with Phil Proctor and David Ossman - What's Left of the Firesign Theatre presented and sponsored by The Friends of the Firehouse Follies from Bloomington, Indiana.
The show will last approximately 90 minutes including a Q&A session with David and Phil.
Ossman and Proctor were a part of the four-man team that made up the original “Firesign Theatre,” an iconic comedy group that got its start on listener-supported radio in Los Angeles in 1966. The group was nominated for three Grammy awards, and was named by Entertainment magazine as one of the “Thirty Greatest Acts of All Time.” The other two members of the Firesign team, Peter Bergman and Phil Austin, have passed away.
Proctor, of Amish and Irish origins, originally hails from Goshen, Indiana, but the group has never performed in the Hoosier state, even though there has been speculation (neither confirmed nor denied) that the town of “Billville,” celebrated in works such as “Boom dot Bust” was in fact based on Bloomington.
Tickets: General admission - $25 | Doors open 7 pm
VIP package - $40 | Doors open 6:30 pm | Meet and Greet, Preferred Seating, Discounted Price for CD copies of "Don't Touch that Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers" signed by all 4 players, Glass of Wine or Beer.