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Neil Kopplin ...
Christian
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Tom 2
Ina Strauss ...
Grace
Aaron Babb ...
Tom 1
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Engineer
Seantos ...
J.R. "Bob" Maxwell
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M'lissa
John Steinkamp ...
Tom 2 Senior
Michael J. Prosser ...
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Skyshadow (as Todd Robinson)
Lev Liberman ...
Cosmonaut
Jason Sabala ...
Booker
C.K. Lichenstein II ...
Tweaker
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The French isn't your ordinary band. Their lead guitarist is an accountant obsessed with breath mints. The bassist talks to his leg and lives by the train tracks. The drummer works to smash the state. They have no fans, no fame, and no future, but try telling that to lead singer Christian. Monday Night Gig is a comedy for anyone who's followed their dreams, no matter where they lead. And for anyone who just pulled up their skirts... and played. Written by www.mondaynightgig.com

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Pull up your skirt and play!

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Other actors from The Sexy Chef (2002) who make cameo appearances are Todd A. Robinson as Skyshadow, Logan Creighton in a deleted scene as a Bassist, Phaedra as a Sexy Bar Patron, Greg James in a deleted scene as Ken, the jealous boyfriend, C.K. Lichenstein II as Tweaker and Ian Smith reprising his The Sexy Chef (2002) role of Bun Man. See more »

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not a piece of work demonstrating anything
8 March 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Monday Night Gig is not a film that should have been exposed to the public. Really. Most independent film patrons can take rough cinematography/audio or even extremely bad acting, but these bits and pieces of gibberish are beyond limits of words. Presenting this is an insult to anyone looking for something interesting or experimental in the way of film. The actors reputations were at the very least damaged. Shame on whoever wasted the time mounting this, that someone spent time and money, but why they let it loose on the public is the question I walked away with. Pointless film making is what can result from camera's running without thought. Lets not let this happen to much, otherwise the independent film movement is in real trouble.


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