I am doing a bit of traveling for comedy purposes! Granted, most of these places are on the West Coast of the United States of America. I know a lot of people view my schedule from space, so you’ll just have to trust me that I am actually covering a fair amount of ground. Here goes!
MONTREAL, QC, CANADA: I am hosting five nights of some of my favorite comedians. Four each show. Here’s who I got: Rory Scovel, Mark Little, Todd Glass, James Adomian, Debra DiGiovanni, Andy Kindler, Hannibal Buress and Jen Kirkman. I mean, come on. TICKETS
PHILADELPHIA, PA: I return to my ancestral homeland to perform my new hour of comedy, “Crying and Driving” at The Plays and Players Theatre! Two shows! They are already almost sold out, so get on this! TICKETS
THE BUMBERSHOOT FESTIVAL, SEATTLE, WA: I will be performing as some of my characters from The Pod F. Tompkast, hosting an evening of standup from Jen Kirkman, Todd Glass, and a different surprise guest at every show (an actual surprise guest, not me in character again). FESTIVAL TICKETS
There you go! I hope to see your shadowy faces in the darkness of these venues very soon!
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