LOBSTER MEMORY LANE lobs on with jack-of-all-trades JON WOLANSKE:
-What was your first show?
Killing My Lobster Pants on Fire (2000)
-What was your last show?
KMLZ: Holidaze (2011)
-What You Do/Did For the Group
I was a writer and actor, director, webmaster for 7 years, PR guy for 8, board member for 5, and teacher.
-Favorite Line in a Sketch:
“Who’s candy is this?” — from the Naked Guy sketch in KML Hot August Nights.
-Favorite Memory/Moment from your time with KML
Too many to mention. Even the postcard mailings were really funny. And those weren’t even onstage.
-How has KML turned your life around?
If it weren’t for the group I would not have my current job, I’d have lost touch with tons of friends from school, I wouldn’t get to know a huge and hugely talented part of the SF performance community, I’d have missed out on a few significant romantic relationships, I’d have not found an agent… Life would be really different and really unlike anything I know. I probably would not have even moved to SF were it not for these people. So, only a little bit, I guess.