Enter the Halloweiner Sphinctacular, a BROS benefit co-presented by Single Carrot Theatre on Friday 8 p.m. doors, party until midnight; 1727 N. Charles St., $10 online via Tixato, also at the door). Green, 31, a member of BROS' artistic council, is the main mastermind behind the awesomely named night.
"It came from our desire to have party and to make people crawl through a disgusting intestine in order to get into the party," said Green, an engineer who lives in Charles Village. Yes, partygoers will have to navigate a giant butt. And there's blood wrestling. God bless you, Chuck Green.
Worst pet peeve? I absolutely hate when my cat meows. I have a fat truck of a cat and he just cannot stop begging for food. He keeps eating the other cat's food and he's going to get diabetes again, the dumb jerk.
What songs are you loving/hating right now? I'm really into "Cosmic Love Affair" by Chiffon right now. I think they are the next Prince, but better.
Trend that has exceeded its natural lifespan? "YOLO." It's not even true. You don't only live once. You live every single day.
Last movie you liked? I recently liked the movie "Dredd," which I saw on Netflix. It's about mouths. So much mouth acting in that movie.
TV show(s) you can't get enough of? "Sherlock"! Oh my god I can't wait to see how Benedict Cumberbatch explains to us stupid people how he faked his death, went to his own funeral, and had the restraint to not jump out from behind the tree and scare everyone.
Favorite type of butt-related costume? I was thinking of going as a gerbil.
Favorite place to get a drink in Baltimore? I honestly can't think of anything better than half-price pitchers of Sangria at Tapas Teatro.
Best advice you ever got? "Pizza is a vegetable." I have never been healthier in my life.
Favorite thing about Baltimore? Definitely the local theater scene. All these people dressing up in weird outfits and acting like idiots on stage for you. It's better than drinking. My second favorite thing is drinking.
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