New Dates

After consulting with those close to me, I just accepted an offer to open for Ralphie May at the Fargo Theater on December 10th & at the Ames Center in Burnsville, MN on December 14th where proceeds from the shows will be donated to the Standing Rock Tribe. So be ready, Fargo & Burnsville! Support a great cause! Let’s do this!

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Comedy has been good to me. It allows me to share my story with family, friends & strangers. Most are interested in it, while others not so much. I’ve been able to travel with my family to the west coast, and I’ve been homesick in hotel rooms hundreds of miles from home. The support I’ve received these past 7 years I’ve been doing comedy is unbelievable. I’ve been able to make a movie about it. It’s a ride I’ll never forget. Tomorrow is my comedy career’s 7th birthday. It started in a college with a handful of people in attendance, and tomorrow I’ll be at another college in front of hundreds. It is possible to follow your dreams, kids. Just be ready to work your ass off. Nothing great in life is easy to get. 

Rez Comedy Documentary 

Hello all! Today we write to let you know exactly where things are at with the Beautiful Documentary- Rez Comedy. The only thing remaining to finish before the film is released, is the soundtrack! Very soon, Charlie Parr will view the cut of the film, and decide on the score. We are extremely excited to be at this point- and it is thanks to you! Yes you! Thank you!!! Once the score is laced through the picture, we will release it for you to see at a Very special screening. We will notify you very soon of the exact date, time, and location- well before it happens. Our hope is to bring this all together around the Holidays. 
Just so you know, the movie is extremely moving, and extremely funny, and extremely real. We are confident that you will be happy with what we have all created. 
Again, thank you. This has been an amazing adventure, and we look forward to the premiere!
 

Sincerely,
 

Arcadian Productions

You Wouldn’t Understand


You wouldn’t understand. I’ve waited a long time for this. Baseball has been a huge part of my life. Though I wasn’t able be a baseball player like I dreamed of as a kid, it has always been there from February until now, November. Like many kids for the Red Lake Reservation, I didn’t have much. I had awesome friends, some cool toys and the Cubs on WGN every summer. And thanks to my grandfather Shorty Roberts who loved watching the Cubs and to see Harry Caray get drunk during the game, I became a loyal fan. The Cubs helped create a stronger bond between me and my grandpa, who became my first best friend. I didn’t have a father around growing up as much as I should have, so my grandpa was there for me. We shared the 1984 Division Championship together. We also shared the Cubs blowing a lead to the Padres in the NLCS together that same year. When he passed away July 3, 1987, I was 11 years old and I remember being at the hospital with my family and we were waiting in the lobby to see his body. I looked at the TV and the Cubs were on. Somebody made a costly error for the Cubs and I could hear my grandpa’s disgust, like usual when the Cubs messed up. The Cubs were there at the worst time of my life, to help take my mind off the loss of my beloved grandpa. They’ve always been, no matter the season. The Cubs are my escape from reality. They taught me loyalty. When my whole elementary school was going crazy for the ’87 Twins, I didn’t. I enjoyed my state winning, but I’d never watched them play before then because they weren’t ever on TV in Red Lake. So I couldn’t get into it. The Cubs weren’t only there to help me escape, they were also on TV while my life was in labor when all 4 of my kids were about to be born.
 

They’re always there for me. Last night was a roller coaster of a game. I was excited, I was pissed, and I was scared. The feeling of dread watching the Cubs is always there. I convinced myself that I wasn’t ready for a World Series where the Cubs won. But it happened. My day has come. I didn’t think I’d become emotional. When Kris Bryant threw to Anthony Rizzo for the final out, it all came out. I broke down and cried (AND I NEVER CRY!) in front of my wife and all 4 of my kids. That was the best part of this whole thing. My older girls came over to watch the game with us. This is what being a Cubs fan taught me; remain loyal, stay patient, great things will come and bring it all together. #FlyTheW
You wouldn’t understand.