Most improv skits run for a few funny minutes before they start to lose steam. But in The One-Man Harold, David Shore takes a suggestion from the audience and creates a different full-length show each night. The former Ryerson film student has honed his long-form improv skills at the Improv-Olympic in L.A., where he's lived for the past six years. Now he's back in town, and the stakes are high. Call it a Shore thing. Opens tonight (Thursday, May 17). For details, see listings, this page.
What's the best thing about doing a one-person show? I get to keep all the money.
Worst thing? I've already had sex with all the cast members.
After six years of living in L.A., what's your most impressive star sighting? Farrah Fawcett. She was standing in front of the ImprovOlympic wearing a one-piece swimsuit.
So what the heck were you writers striking for anyway? More valet parking.
Are you related to Pauly Shore? Like I wish! Buuuddddy! Aww!
What ABBA song best sums up your life? Abacab... No, wait, that's by Genesis.
Should Destiny's Child be orphaned or adopted? Adopted and then orphaned.
Victoria Day plans? Scented bubble bath followed by a bottle of 82 Merlot with that special someone. Then I'm going to set the schoolhouse on fire.