The Nitch hits the road!

2017 Winter//Spring Iowa Vaudeville Tour!

Follow The Cohort around the state in a caravan of crafty calamity, as we join
 Iowa Fly Girl Felicia Coe
Portrait Studio!
And a myriad of other Talented Troubadours, in a show that's sure to leave a mark ;)

!! THE DATES !!

January 28th - Fort Dodge, Iowa // The Hawkeye Community Theater  // Doors at 6:00pm Show at 6:30pm
February 4th - Corning, Iowa     //          The Corning Opera House      //  Doors at 6:00pm Show at 6:30pm
February 25th - Keokuk, Iowa   //                The Grand Theater            //  Doors at 6:00pm Show at 6:30pm
March 18th - Iowa Falls, Iowa   //    Iowa Falls Community Theater     //  Doors at 6:00pm Show at 6:30pm
March 25th - Greenfield, Iowa  //            EE Warren Opera House        //  Doors at 6:00pm Show at 6:30pm
April 8th - Red Oak, Iowa        //      Wilson Performing Arts Center    //  Doors at 6:00pm Show at 6:30pm
April 22nd - Elkader, Iowa      //                Elkader Opera House          //   Doors at 6:00pm Show at 6:30pm

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Dear Reader,

I am proud to announce our current touring efforts, wherein my Cohort will be joined by various other amazing performers in a Vaudeville style offering that is sure to entertain. My Cohort will keep this page this page updated with any relevant tour news, as we gear up to take the road!

-SJeering

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The Gears Grind

and the Ripples Ripen,

as the story continues to spiral out!

This week, Adrian Cross interviews Mr. Miller, for TheMetaModern.com, revealing a few bits about our work together.

In other news: 
We are making headway on the Audio Version, and we have begun to draw up the schematics for a few cranial projects due this season. You can expect to see some imagery of our process as the molding ensues!

And I will leave you with this random riddle:
A wording dense as brick
Which leaves one feeling thick
For it's frank arrival, cuts right through
To prove this pointed trick.
(Guess via Comment) 

Until soon,

 

 

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A touchstone

Greetings fiends,

This Yuletide always sneaks up on me, and I cut it quite close this year.
As a tradition learned from Mithra himself, I give one gift from The Grotto every Winter Solstice. Something from right off my shelf, for as I like to say; do what you can with what you have. 

Last week, in a frantic rummaging through piles of charts, I discovered the mass I was seeking. A token of great hope, once given me by a true friend, who even in his final gasps, chained to the rock Caucasus, found the strength to pass me on this diamond in the rough. Here is that gift:
(I added the note much later, for translation purposes.) 

I will send a touchstone, like the one pictured above, to the first person who comments with the answer to the question:

Who first gave this gift to me?

 

 

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The Apprentice's posture

Greetings fiends,

While I prefer to do the posting here, my Cartographer, Ian the Miller, has words of his own. And so I am sharing the link to his personal meanderings below.

As a bit of an amateur in the arts of digital magic, my skills are limited. Anything beyond longhand I really don't care for, and so I give many thanks to the practice of my apprentice in his efforts of the up loading. 

Through the years he has done much to assist in bringing it all to light, and so I implore you to give credit where it is due.

You will find his personal scribblings here:

At the bench (click to visit)

At the bench (click to visit)

https://ianthemiller.wordpress.com/

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A note

Dearest fiends,

While I have been silent, it has not been out of any desire to keep you in the dark. After all, it is the art of illumination which has brought us together, and our time together is truly sacred to me.

That being said, I have spent nearly six months in the grotto, finishing much business of which I have put off for quite some time. Amongst many delayed tasks were those of glazing my master alembic and tumbling a few old pestles, the former of which duty claimed my left eyebrow, which is growing back in a very slow and somewhat patchy fashion. 

While most of the heavy lifting has been done in preparation for the great work; the work now lies ahead, and I can tell you, I am beyond anxious to begin... It has been years since I last piloted the Slow Harry.

You already know the video below, however, we never did post it here. So here it is. 

Until soon...

Satyrus Jeering

 

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