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Indie Short Debuts at Happy Dog 

When: Sun., March 4 2012
Price: no cover
We can think of worse ways to spend a Sunday evening than watching a 16-minute indie comedy flick and pounding back a few beers. So can Steve MacAdams, a Cleveland Institute of Art grad and local musician who — together with friends Erik Rozsa and Jay Leachikowski — recently created just such a flick. Operating under the Quarterback Club banner, the trio is set to debut C’mon, a short feature shot in color with a full soundtrack. Rozsa and Leachikowski star, while MacAdams plays a bit part and did the editing. “Eccentric millionaires embark on the adventure of their lives,” MacAdams says of the plot. “It’s hilarious.” The screening happens at 5 p.m. today at Happy Dog’s downstairs lounge. “The beer is cheap, they have good food, and there’s no cover charge. And now that the Brown’s season is over,” MacAdams adds helpfully, “there’s nothing else to do anyway.”

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