Friday, February 10, 2006

Wieners tonight in Doody Calls!

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The Wiener Philharmonic returns with "Doody Calls," an original new sketch comedy show every Friday in February at The PIT!  The New York Times calls The Wiener Philharmonic "A delightfully sophomoric young comedy troupe."  "Doody Calls" is written and directed by Jon Friedman (ECNY Best Writer, The Rejection Show.)

"Doody Calls" is a grouping of sketches, scenes, and short films portraying everyday situations that cause anxiety, stress, and awkwardness and attacks them with hilarious absurdity.

-Jon Friedman speaking about "DOODY CALLS"  
"I wrote most of this show based on my own awkward feelings and anxieties I'd get from working in a restaurant, working in an office and needing to answer and make phone calls as an executive assistant, and having to use a public restroom.  It's fun."

The Wiener Philharmonic is:
Julia Langbein, Lang Fisher, Gabe Liedman, Jenny Slate, Mike Barry and Toby Lawless

The Peoples Improv Theater
154 W. 29th Street (6th and 7th Ave)
February 3, 10, 17, 24 @ 8PM
Performed by The Wiener Philharmonic
Written and Directed by Jon Friedman
Produced by Jon Friedman, Sara Schaefer and The Wiener Philharmonic
Tickets - $8
2,3,9,B,D,F,V,N,Q,R,W,A,C,E to 34th St.

Yes, you must grow up, but no one ever mentions that you
also need to lapse back into adolescence every once in a
while. The good folks at the Wiener Philharmonic offer a
brief sophomoric jaunt that's guilt-free and fun.


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