Dylan Brody

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Dylan Brody is a play-write/writer/comedian. He wrote the 2005 play "Mother May I" that won the Stanley Drama Award that year. He has had appearances on "Comedy on the Road" that airs on A&E, and "The Comedy Express" that airs on Fox TV. He has written monologues for Jay Leno. He has published two novels, "A Tale of a Hero and the Song of Her Sword", and "The Warm Hello". He wrote the martial arts comedy film "Kimchi Warrior".

Albums

Writ Large

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  1. 1Lyric Poetry – Improvisation Part Two
    2:32
  2. 2A Memory, a Fantasy, a Dream
    6:03
  3. 3Phantom of Love [originally published in Exquisite Corpse at corpse.org]
    8:57
  4. 4Sponsorship #3
    0:19
  5. 5Contemporary Theatrics – Improvisation Part Three
    2:48
  6. 6Closing Tryptich
    15:47
  7. 7Sponsorship #2
    0:14
  8. 8Classical Theatrics – Improvisation Part One
    4:24
  9. 9Alpha Male
    16:26
  10. 10Situation Comedy
    6:40
  11. 11Sponsorship #1
    0:10
  12. 12Size Matters
    1:18
Writ Large
April 2013

A Twist of the Wit

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  1. 1Greetings and Tessellation
    2:30
  2. 2Laminate Me
    0:44
  3. 3Affection Al Dente
    7:46
  4. 4Murray Samson - Savior Management, Inc.
    8:01
  5. 5True Romance
    10:27
  6. 6Profound Ambivalence
    4:27
  7. 7The Diligent Heckler
    1:51
  8. 8Eventually You Turn Back Into a Pumpkin
    7:39
  9. 9A Little Bit of Background
    2:32
  10. 10Uncomprehending
    6:23
  11. 11The Story of Jeff Spikkhersbrokken and the Man We Will Call Arthur Grey
    14:19
  12. 12I Like to Support the Arts
    2:58
A Twist of the Wit
February 2011

True Enough

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  1. 1Economicon 2008
    2:43
  2. 2Arc
    9:34
  3. 3Slow Flow of Glass
    7:00
  4. 4A Child's Christmas in Brief
    5:22
  5. 5Much Better, Thank You
    9:00
  6. 6Democracy 101
    7:41
  7. 7Stuck on the Grid
    7:09
  8. 8The South Will Rise Again, Tryptophan Notwithstanding
    7:51
True Enough
July 2009