Archive of Fools: Two Person Story

In the process of setting up my new backup hard drive, I came across a small cache of Ship of Fools videos dating back from April 2004. Here’s one of them; I’ll let the description I wrote for YouTube set it up:

Two Person Story – two performers tell a story based on suggestions from the audience. Like all good stories, it starts with “once upon a time” and ends with a moral. The catch: they can only speak one word at a time. Here, Scott Yost (left) and Paul Kuliniewicz (right) relate the timeless classic, “Charlotte’s Web of Fighting”. Colin Reindl is the emcee.

I think this was from a performance at Tarkington Hall, but I can’t tell from the background for sure which residence hall this was at.

There’s another four videos where this came from. Stay tuned.

4 Responses

  1. I am quite positive that is Tark. As always, Two Person Story ends with a moral we can all live by.

  2. I’ll take that as independent confirmation of it being Tark. It looks like Wiley’s dining hall, but it’s obviously not that since the SoF never performed at Wiley while I was at Purdue, and Tark and Wiley are mirror images of each other. I’d say Tark and Wiley were twins separated at birth, but, well, they are physically connected to each other.

    Anyway, I’ll update the YouTube blurb to mention Tark when I upload the next video, whenever that turns out to be.

  3. I await your next videos. Do let me know if you have any good videos of the song games.

  4. Unfortunately, no singing games in this set.

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