performed at Detroit Artists Market | Detroit, Michigan | September 30, 2011 | 15 min. Performed by Cabaret Black Eye (Chris Butterfield, Andy Gabrysiak and Ryan Standfest). Adrienne Berry, Mike Lyons Williams, Brian Tucker and Allison Young performed the music, which consisted of a repeated phrase from John Philip Sousa's march "Stars and Stripes Forever," the form of which degraded throughout the course of the performance. Conception by Ryan Standfest.
FAT BRANDO flyer by Andy Gabrysiak
musicians— Mike Lyons Williams, Adrienne C.N. Berry and Allison Young
bringing out the atom bomb cake
placing the atom bomb cake
placing the ladder beside the atom bomb cake
directing from the dumpster bunker
re-emerging from the dumpster bunker...
pointing in the direction to ride...
diging into their suitcases, and removing brick skins
tossing their brick skins
peeling skins from their bricks
droping the three bricks on the atom bomb cake
atom bomb cake is destroyed by the three bricks
all devour the atom bomb cake
riding off and in pursuit
placing the wound board on his back
launching darts at the wound board
kneeling beside the milk pool
submerging themselves in the milk pool
blissful in the milk pool
making sure he is baptized
removing the sacred object from the milk pool
directing the sacred object toward the audience