I forgot about this. Satan’s first video blog of 2011 still relevant with reference to that dumpster fire, Carl Paladino. If you clap real hard, maybe Satan will make more in 2017?
The rabbits and I are still alive! Come see me at the following shows in January & February:
January 5th – 50 First Jokes!
For the first time in Minnesota, we are proud to present Fifty First Laughs, a comedy show where fifty of the best local comedians will tell their first jokes of the year one after the other on Thursday, January 5th at the Brave New Workshop’s Experimental Thinking Center. It’s a comedy extravaganza for fans old and new. See your old favorites, up-and-coming locals, with a few big name surprises. Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door.
January 15th – Boy Kisses!
B O Y K I S S E S
711 W. LAKE ST.
FREE FREE FREE
January 19th – What A Joke! Minneapolis
From Thursday, January 19th, through Saturday, January 21st, comedy shows under the name WHAT A JOKE will take place simultaneously around the country and in the UK, all shows to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union.
Locally, producer/comedians Rana May, Mary Mack, and Bob Edwards (Comedy Corner Underground owner) have organized a Minneapolis/St. Paul event for Thursday, January 19th at the Eagles Club at 2507 E. 25th Street, Minneapolis. (Free parking! Like an entire lot: Suck it downtown Mpls!) The night will feature local comedy stand outs Maggie Faris, Greg Coleman, Will Spottedbear, Bryan Miller, Shelly Paul, Kate Anderson, Blue Collar Poet Paul Dickinson, and rising blues band Circle of Heat, among other surprise guests. Also featured will be a HOLIDAY RE-GIFTING OPPORTUNITY where audience members can bring in a holiday gift they can’t stand and try to swap it for something better. (Political metaphor intended.) Gift wrap table provided for donation.
Tickets for the Twin Cities’ January 19th What a Joke Fest are $10 advanced, $12 at the door, all proceeds to be donated to the ACLU. (Serious! These acts are all kind and caring enough to DONATE THEIR TIME—you should totally come.) Doors open at 7 p.m. Show begins at 8. Information and membership forms for the American Civil Liberties Union may be found at www.aclu-mn.org .
January 25th – 29th – Opening for Ruben Paul, Brett Hiker at the House of Comedy.
February 16, 17 & 18 – Royal Comedy Theater
Schedule to follow. Tickets available at 10,000 Laughs website.
Uh, that was a trip. After getting through the preliminary round with a third place finish, we started out the semis with a show in Escondido, CA. It’s all palm trees down there! Then we had a show in Sacramento the next day. Not my best stuff but I pushed through the anxiety and had stronger shows in Livermore and Santa Rosa.
It was an amazing experience and would do it again. Well, I guess it’s back to reality and begging for 2.5 minutes of stage time at open mics.
Special thanks to Peter Greyy (Get well soon!), Pat Burtscher, John Fox, Roger Lizoala, for making it a great event! Also, Santa Rosa has the smartest and best looking people in the world.
I’m packing up the rabbits and driving down the coast to the San Francisco Comedy Competition in a couple of weeks. First week of shows starts on September 10th.
9/10 Second Act 1727 Haight Street, San Francisco, 94117
9/11 Marin Showcase Theatre 10 Avenue of the Flags, San Rafael,CA 94903
9/12 Angelica’s 863 Main Street, Redwood City, CA94063
9/13 Crow’s Nest 2218 E Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz, CA95062
I didn’t get your present yet so why don’t you be present at one of these community events:
February 26th at Mr. Good Bar – Uncle Jerry’s Comedy Attic of Horror and Wonder
w/ Clayton Williams, Jake Jerosczszcswski, Jesse Winterhalter, Kyle Fucking Turner, Max, Ricky Something
March 7th – Helium Comedy Club – “See You In Hell” 11:59 PM
See You In Hell, where we take five local comics and makes them perform their set in a different “Hell.”
Additional Acts: TBA!
Dinner before the show? Make a reservation at Elements by calling 716.853.1211!
This show is 18+. Tickets will be available for pick up at the box office prior to the show (they are generally available 1.5-2 hrs prior to showtime.)
There’s other stuff but I am jet lagged. Just ask me when you see me at Wegman’s. Happy Birthday.
I got to chat with The Crimson Wave about some stuff like Krampus and ablations. Please check out Natalie Normand and Jess Beaulieu on ITunes.