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Thanks for Another Great Festival! January 27, 2011

Posted by Dartanion in awesomeness, Comedy.
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Both the Adventure Buddes and Joketeller’s Union shows went off without a hitch and were a lot of fun. I’d like to thank everyone who came out to see a show this week, and leave you with a link to Episode 4 of The Adventure Buddies: Unidentified Dying Objects.

(You can watch all previous episodes there too.)


Celeb Open Mic Includes PHYSICAL CONTACT Between Celebs January 25, 2011

Posted by Dartanion in Comedy, No "Keister" Jokes Here.
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You heard it here first, but now SEE IT:

Luke Burbank (“Too Beautiful To Live”) shares a joke with Charles Mudede (“The Stranger”).

That joke? What’s the difference between an erection and a Camaro?

I don’t have a Camaro.

Also appearing and rocking the stage was John Keister:

And a bonus image from the previous night, Emmett Montgomery in the Afterlife:

Male Hello Kitty Appreciation Day January 24, 2011

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After last night’s wonderful Weird and Awesome show, we move on to tonight’s Celebrity Open Mic. I want to give a special shout out to Pastey Boy, who made us a last-minute logo for Male Hello Kitty Appreciation Day. If you show up and look like this guy tonight, you get in free:

If You Weren’t There, You Don’t Know January 23, 2011

Posted by Dartanion in Comedy, Improv.
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What do you miss when you miss a Super Mega Art Show performance? It’s hard to describe, but you definitely miss a lot:

Also, the opening comics were AWESOME, and made for a great show all around.

Special thanks to our guest visual artists, and Susan the Screaming Instructor.

Bloodbaths Are Funny! January 22, 2011

Posted by laurenskelton in Comedy, Improv.
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What do Yogi Paliwali, Alex Meyer, Owen Straw, The SheSpot and Blood Squad all have in common? Their names are made up of letters. Also, they descended upon the Market Theater stage to induce laughter at last night’s second installment of Week of Fun! Hilarious host Yogi Paliwal brought menstruation awareness to the audience while stand-up studs Alex Meyer and Owen Straw each shared their definitions of patriotism:  free toilet usage as an inherent right, and hot babes eating buffets. The SheSpot is an award-winning, cancer curing, technologically adept two-woman improv team now accepting donations in the form of large unmarked bills. (One of its members may be writing this. She may also be telling boldfaced lies.) The consistently crafty improv team, Blood Squad, brought to life the epic slasher movie, Shredder: Ubiquitous Death, and with it equal parts education (“of a piece” is not only a folksy colloquialism, but also a phrase frequently used by many a great American author) and suspense, as a small town was taken down by a severed…um, body part. Bet you wish you were there, don’t you?

Don’t fret – you’ll get another chance at amusement tonight as Week of Fun continues back at Market Theater! Throw on your best black turtleneck sweater, those pants your friends refer to as “obscenely tight” and try your hand at art snobbery as you take in some Super Mega Art Show. (Warning: Lots of giggling will occur, so choose your jeans’ level of skinniness accordingly.)

Market Theater. 1428 Post Alley. 8:30pm. $10. All ages.