Stories and deep dish comedy plus explosively bright music. Specifically…
The one and only Rebecca Corry is back from her once-in-a-lifetime Million Pibble March on Washington with tales to tell.
Erin Foley’s podcast is called Sports Without Balls! I am not a fan of sports but I sure am a fan of Erin. (I am also a fan of our podcast which has episodes featuring Rebecca, The Sklar Brothers, Daniel Radcliffe, Lili Taylor, John Riggi, Ana Gasteyer, Tim Bagley, etc.)
If you have not yet seen Chris Woods do his wild thing with us you are missing something very special — a virtuoso violin player with a big heart and a huge sense of fun!
Emily Heller uses the Mr before her name and that is not the only wonderful thing about her. You may have seen her on Conan. She has been named a comic to watch by both Variety and Comedy Central and on top of that she has a series called the future. More here.
We are always happy to have an UnCab debut, and this week we welcome, from DC, Kyle Martin!
Plus it is Louis’ birthday and so that means candles making things even brighter and cake!
Have a great week, see you on the sunniest Sunday of the year!
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Stories and songs about Father Figures, Bad Dads, #Dadvice
Joining Beth and Mitch will be some of our fave UnCab family.
Musical guests: Zach Sherwin and Sam Morrow.
Use code DADDIO to bring your dad for free! Get tickets here
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First and Hope
710 W 1st Street
LA, CA 90012
8 PMLearn More
Merrill Markoe is one of the true originals in comedy writing. If you are talking comedy in LA you are talking Merrill. Though she makes very few appearances her tone, her voice helped define an entire generation or maybe three of comedy writers.
The briefing: She is an Emmy winning writer, famous for co-creating Late Night with David Letterman. Without Merrill, no Stupid Pet Tricks. She is a keen observer of human, as well as canine behavior, and her TV shows, books, articles all combine her compassionate take on life with her acute sense of the ironic and absurd. Merrill started off as a visual artist and she continues to be a visionary.
You might recognize her from her appearances on Letterman, TV Nation, Friends and have probably read her writing in NY Times, Rolling Stone, LA Times and Vanity Fair etc. I asked Merrill “what makes you, you?” on UnCabaret’s podcast UnCabaret UnStaged and the episode is Something Extremely Important.
Along with Merrill we are thrilled to welcome Erin Foley (Curb Your Enthusiasm, Conan), Kira Soltanovich (Tonight Show, Girls Behaving Badly), James Davis (Chelsea Lately, Funny or Die), Mak Grgic (Cinema Verisimo, Croatian Chamber Philharmonic) and Deborah Pardes (Love and Discipline, Strange Tattoo, To Have Sex).
First and Hope
710 W 1st St 90012
Doors at 7:30
Show at 8