Ok, there’s also another standup show just added. This is one of my favorite ones, and I’m excited to return to it!
Wednesday, 7/14, at 8 PM
Shrink! at Otto’s Shrunken Head
This is a terrific free show in the back room of an awesome tiki bar, hosted by Mama Spell! That’s 538 E. 14th Street, between Aves A and B. (Note: I have heard tell that this bar has lately become very rigorous about checking IDs of every soul that walks in, no matter how grizzled.)
For everybody who likes to see me do things, here’s three chances! I’m doing a different thing each time!
“Choose a different color. Beautiful, beautiful. Why are you so sad? Therefore, even six feet, aging members of the curriculum? Adrenaline Music. I just opened a bunch of bombs. Six Feet Chrysanthemum?”—Courtesy of Bad Translator, here’s a scrambled version of lyrics we wrote last night for Igloos!
10-93 Jackson Ave in Queens, accessible by the E, G, or V At this free show, Matt Little and I will talk you through a screening of one of our favorite terrible/awesomely terrible/awesomely inexplicable films. This show features Andy Sidaris’ 1987 magnum opus Hard Ticket to Hawaii
Tuesday, 7/13, at 8 PM
Positively Awesome at Cellar 58! 58 2nd Ave between 3rd and 4th streets. This is a terrific stand-up show, hosted by Andrew Singer and Abbi Crutchfield. This show will feature stand-up by Katina Corrao, Katrin Hier, Arthur Carlson, and myself! Free show, one drink minimum.
Monday, 7/26, at 9 PM
Igloos at Trash Bar 256 Grand St. between Driggs and Roebling in Brooklyn The live debut of a new band I’m in! It’s all about fun! It’s all about being so aggressively fun and transgressively inane that it loops around and becomes punk rock again. Igloos are Matt Brewster, Nate Kushner, Ashley Martin, and Alex White. $6 gets you in to see all the bands, with an open bar from 8 to 9. 8:00 Kid Midi 9:00 Igloos Other bands TBA
“Combat Baby” by Metric. I don’t understand why you’re not all listening to this song right now and all the time forever?
Only because I went through that phase too with this song several years ago, and burned out, and I needed to take a break from it. Doesn’t mean that it’s not just about the best song ever, though. I’d just had too much of a good thing.