August - September, 2004
The Stagebenders are working with NOISIVISION and Braddon Mendelson on ?The Stagebenders TV Show? Pilot. The show was written by Brad Mendelson, and is being produced and directed by Brad as well. Kim & Gust are the stars in this extremely funny spoof on an improv show. Kim & Gust are also working writing bits and punching up parts for the show as it is being taped. The live segment was shot at the Ice House in Pasadena, CA on September 1st, 2004. The rest of the show is being shot on location through out Los Angeles.

July 23rd, 2004
Stagebender Kim had the opportunity to appear on The Tonight Show, with Jay Leno.

It was a remote shoot, taking place at Venice Beach. The bit was called, ?Speedo or Trunks.? The bit was two people wearing long robes, Jay and Kevin had to guess which one was wearing a speedo, and which one was wearing trunks. Kevin picked Kim and Jay picked the other gentleman. When the robes were dropped, Kim was in the Speedo. It was a lot of fun.


April 2004 The film TREKKIES 2 for PARAMOUNT STUDIOS had it's Hollywood premier on April 14, 2004. The film received much acclaim as did the original TREKKIES. The Stagebenders had parts as Star Trek crew members on an away mission. The film is due out on HBO in 2004

July 2003

The Stagebenders filmed parts for the new and up coming film TREKKIES 2 for PARAMOUNT STUDIOS. They had parts as Star Trek crew members on an away mission. The film is due out on HBO in 2004.

The Stagebenders are working on their new corporate show and doing club dates for the rest of 2003, check Calendar page for tour dates!

Stagebender Kim will be adding a new essay on the plight of man and the evolution of the duck, coming soon in November of 2003. Also included may be tour stories, from and by Gust. "What We Wrote" section!

The Boys have filmed a set for Fox's "30 Seconds to Fame" set to air Wednesday, July 31 at 8PM.  Check local listings for exact time and station!

Unfortunately, the late great Milton Berle (Uncle Miltie, "Mr. Television") has passed away at the age of 93 (1908-2002). Our favorite films? "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World", and "Broadway Danny Rose" (cameo). Our favorite line? Known for doing anything for a laugh, including stealing others witty quips, he once said about another comedian: "I laughed so hard I nearly dropped my pencil." So, with respect, we steal that one and put it on our web site. He will be missed.

The Stagebenders are currently writing their first comedy record "The Road to Hollywood" to be recorded in early April for a tentative mid-April on-line release. Check back for updates!                         


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