Friday, February 17, 2006

A show I actually might attend

I actually want to go on Monday to Tell Your Friends - I haven't seen Jessi Klein perform since she moved away, and haven't seen Jon Friedman do standup in a while either. Sunday I'm playing "paint a comedian's apartment" in Brooklyn.

"Liam Does A Half-Hour"
at Mo Pitkins
34 Ave. A, off of E. 3rd St.
Take the F train to 2nd Ave.
7:00pm - $5.00

Liam McEneaney headlines this show, doing a half-hour. His friends The Domestics will be the house band, and his opening acts include Baron Vaughn (who will be heading to the Aspen Comedy Festival) and Rob Paravonian (from Comedy Central's "Premium Blend." Normally, he's a touring headliner, but tonight he's opening for me. NICE!)


"Tell Your Friends!"
at The Lolita Bar
266 Broome St., off of Allen St.
Take the F train to Delancey St.
8:00pm - FREE SHOW

WITH YOUR MC - Baron Vaughn

Jessi Klein
has been seen on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend," and VH1's "Best Week Ever," was Rolling Stone's "Hot Comic" for 2005, and is a writer/correspondant for Comedy Central's "The Showbiz Show w/ David Spade"

Liam McEneaney
has been seen on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend," and VH1's "Best Week Ever," and a writer for "Friday Night w/ Greg Giraldo"

Kristen Schaal
was called "The Funniest Comedian You've Never heard Of" by New York magazine, and is heading for the Aspen Comedy Festival

Jon Friedman
is the creator/host of the very popular "Rejection Show." Somehow, he knows all these New Yorker cartoonists

Ann Carr
is a character comedienne and a regular member of "The Giant Tuesday Night of Amazing Inventions and Also There Is A Game" show

Tony Sam
He comes from Chicago - just like last week's snowstorm!

AND OF COURSE, OUR HOUSE BAND - A Brief View of the Hudson


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