The Year of Living Rudely

Thursday, August 11, 2005

News From the Show Front:
The Rude Pundit warned you he was going to say this again:
Be there on time at Dixon Place, 258 Bowery (between Houston and Prince Streets). Seating will begin fifteen minutes before the show starts. The show will start at its appointed time, and, per festival rules, there is no late seating.

And if you're late and don't get in, don't bitch to the Rude Pundit about it. It ain't his rule, it ain't his call.

There's plenty of great places to eat all around the area (just, you know, not on the block itself).

Finally, there's a possibility of an added performance on Saturday, August 27 at 10:30 p.m. We'll update you as we know.

An Invitation:
Dear Ann Coulter and Bill O'Reilly,
The Rude Pundit knows you live in the New York City area. There's free tickets for you any night you'd like to come to see The Rude Pundit in The Year of Living Rudely. It's a comedy, with a little edge. It just the sort of thing a couple of savvy pundit-types would enjoy.

In fact, the Rude Pundit's sure you'll be delighted. So come one over to the show. Just have your people get in touch with me at

Double-dog dare you,
The Rude Pundit