Greg Arden and his half-sister Alicia McDaid moved to Portland in 1982 to pursue their family's illustrious relationship with the guru Bhagwan Shree Rashneesh. Finding it hard to relate to the other children, the duo spent hours watching and reinterpreting cable access show skits and exercise video cast-offs of the converted. They took their act on the road in 1984 and when they returned home, discovered their parents had joined the witness protection program. They have continued to earn their living channeling their favorite childhood tv and video selections ever since. Available for parties, group therapy and baby showers all the live long day.
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"Like vaudeville for the YouTube generation, performance duo Rush-N-Disco manage to take the best elements of celebrity grotesque, bake them up into a series of pies, and proceed to hit each other, the audience, and the whole wide world right in the face. It tastes delicious, by the way. Their satire is hilarious and manic, and very likely the most original thing you'll see happen on a stage in years."
-- GARETT STRICKLAND, host/curator of Phase One: Words + Music