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Cubs lose but Big Dog Wins! We’re Featured on Funny or Die!!

April 26th, 2014

Witkus! The Cubs! Being sad! Who could ask for anything more? We are proud of our newest addition to the Funny or Die featured page. This videos was shot on a fancy RED camera by Bailout’s Herman Asph. Ask him to give you a donut, he’ll do it, it’s weird.
Hey you. Yes, YOU, reading this now. Go over to Funny or Die, Watch the video, Vote, Like on Faceboo…wait a minute WHAT, you can just do that on the link below, do it, it’s so easy! Who knows, maybe we’ll make more videos featuring Witkus. Hehehe, Witkus. Best. Last name. EVER.
Here is the link:

Or just go to See ya on the flip! Go Hawks/Bulls/Sox also!

Ramiro Got Cast!

April 12th, 2014

Big Dog Eat Child is proud to congratulate Ramiro on getting cast in two productions in Hollywoodland!
His first role is “Gerald,” a newly enlisted soldier, totally unprepared for almost everything…especially a zombie apocalypse. The play “Zombies Rule,” will open at the Tre Stage Theater (1523 La Brea Ave) in Hollywood on Friday, April 18th at 930 PM. When asked how he felt about the role, Ramiro said, “Everyone fantasizes about running out of food and water…and then be ripped apart by the undead. At least I do. This is truly, somebody else’s dream come true.”
Ramiro second role features his return to improvisation as a new castmember of the L.A. Connection Comedy Theater! His first show will be sometime the first week of June. When asked how many famous people came out of that theater, Ramiro said, “I think 4. 5 if you count David Dorfman.” We don’t.
Check out the Official Facebook event about Zombies Rule, by clicking on Ramiro’s face (so fancy, we know):

KnickaNack Dan to play at CIMM Fest!!

April 4th, 2014

KnickaNack premieres on May 3rd 1pm at the Society for Arts

KnickaNack premieres on May 3rd 1pm at the Society for Arts

Hey Big Dog Fans,
Our quirky musical video just got into it’s premiere film festival! CIMM – the Chicago International Music and Movies festival – featured What Up Little Kid last year. KnickaNack Dan features a live scrolling painted backdrop that was painstakiningly created in order to recreate the look and feel of a children’s story.
We originally announced this on April 1st on our Facebook page and many assumed it was a joke. WELL WHO’S LAUGHING NOW AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!?!?!?!?!
1PM, Saturday May 3rd
Society for the Arts
1112 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60642
$10, Musical Malange block of shorts
Buy tickets here:
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