Part 1 of the 2013 "Comedy on the Brain!" show that took place at the Old Lantern in Charlotte, Vermont. These two illusions, the "Zig Zag" and "Crystal Metamorphosis", were performed by Neon Savage (Ted Montgomery) and Lady Electra (Rita Murphy) in front of a live audience on Thursday, September 19th, 2013. This show was performed in loving memory of Sarah Montgomery, who died in July 2011 from a brain tumor.
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My beautiful wife Sarah took a last breath and reached her end of days two years ago this morning. This glimpse of her life is culled from 25 years of family videos. So pour a nice cold beverage, have a tissue nearby, and enjoy the smiles, humor and charm of this wonderful woman.
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What happens when an architect takes to the stage to deceive and entertain? It begins when strange things invade his head and his garage... This first public performance of the custom built Zig Zag illusion was in front of the Ten Stones Community during our talent show Saturday, May 4, 2013. Way too much fun!
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A self sufficient home designed from a hibiscus blossom, using solar and wind generated electricity, rain water catchment, bamboo, stainless steel and fiberglass materials, and joyfully living lightly on the earth. Prototype construction expected in the summer of 2013.
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A visit to England to spread my sweet wife Sarah's ashes in five locations... two trees and two flowerbeds were fertilized, and a Forsythia was planted in the garden of her parent's former home in Hollingbourne, Kent. She is now interred in ten locations, from the north shore of Kaua'i to the eastern shore of Southwold, England - spanning a distance of 8000 miles. Rest in peace, my love.
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Part 2 of the "Comedy on the Brain!" that was performed in loving memory of Sarah Montgomery at the Old Lantern in Charlotte, Vermont on September 19, 2013. The Vermont Comedy Divas, Josie Leavitt, Sue Schmidt, and Autumn Spencer put on their wonderful brand of humor to fight the tumor. All proceeds from the show went to local cancer research at the University of Vermont.
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