From Electric Arc Productions



Glee Club’s Recycling Song!

Herbach and Steph’s Spring Break Song!

Mary Mack Spring Break in Motel!

Travel Advertising

Cheese Ball Re-Open

Final Theme

Nice interview from Tad Simons at Mpls/StP Mag

First PK Sound Clips!

Below are some short clips.  Sometimes we know what we were doing.  Sometimes not.  Some may make the show.  Some not.  We don’t know!

Here’s a little recording of Dave Salmela, John Munson and Ken Chastain, the PKL Glee Club, working out a little PKL Theme Song?

Powder Keg Live Theme?

We all live in the neighborhood.  Here the PKL Glee Club let’s us know it’s going to be okay.

On The Block

Jenny Adams goes all musical theater about her character’s face.

Doctor Johnson

Salmela, Munson and Chastain dole out Glee Club snow emergency parking advice.  Kurt Froehlich assists.  Then, Steph and Herbach discuss his pants.

Glee Club Advice

A neighborhood kid complains about butt faces then Herbach does beatnik poetry to bongo.

Kid Club Report plus Beatnik Poem

Papa Beach and lawyers sing about the Rudolph case.

The Rudolph Case

Tune in soon for some more examples, as the show evolves to where it shall be…

First PK Practice!

We weren’t even sure of the concept, but it was a good time.  With Fan Fiction (Martin Devaney and Kate Murray) and the poet Matt Rasmussen!

First PK Reading!

Out at the Art Shanties, doing a little Riot Act Reading, Steph gives the first glimpse of the Powder Keg Hood!  Who is that in the background, womaning up on the 80’s-era boom box?  It’s one of our favorites (and a sure bet to be repeatedly on the show), Mary Mack!


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