One Man's Story of Making Some of the Worst Commercials Ever

Todd Bieber on being amazing at something awful

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Showing commercials during live theater—has it really come to that? For Todd Bieber, it most definitely has. The filmmaker is launching an advertising-themed one-man show at New York's Uptight Citizens Brigade Theatre, where he also serves as content and production director. In "Commercial Interruption," Bieber shares stories from his "secret life" making ultra-low-budget ads in rural Pennsylvania. In a trailer for the show, he explains: "Growing up, I wanted to be a great filmmaker, like Scorsese or Orson Welles, Hitchcock.

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