Daylight Savings Comedy 3/9

We are always running on all burners so we hate to lose an hour’s sleep. But we do love the light. Onstage and off. Lighting up the stage this Sunday comedy from Light Makers: Greg Behrendt (He’s Just Not That Into You), Laura Kightlinger (2 Broke Girls, The Minor Accomplishments of Jackie Woodman) , Rebecca Corry (Million Pibble March, Comedy Central) , Jonny McGovern (Big Gay Sketch Show) and Jenny Davis (UnCabaret Intern!). And sweet soul music from Jamila Ford in her UnCab debut and one of our favorite soulful singers, Sam Morrow.

Plus light from the birthday candles on Mitch’s birthday cake!

Get tickets here!

Like us on Facebook and check out our Event page.

Follow us on Twitter.

Learn More

We’re Skirballing! Storytelling of the funny kind!

March 14th is UnCabaret’s “Say the Word: The New Me” at Skirball Cultural Center. Join Beth Lapides as she hosts this springtime night of comedic storytelling about rebirth and reinvention and of course resistance to rebirth and reinvention!

We’re excited to welcome back Jay Kogen (The Simpsons), Peter Mehlman (Seinfeld), Wendy Liebman (Letterman, HBO) and to welcome to the show for the first time Ian Harvie (Logo) and C. Brian Smith (Vanity Fair).

“Go!” The Jewish Journal. If the Jewish Journal says to, you better!

The Skirball is an extremely beautiful and commodious place to sit and listen to mind and soul expanding, laugh inducing stories.

Click for tickets and info.

 

Learn More

Alt Comedy Plus Music Equals A Night to Go Out and Get Into 2/23

Beth Lapides enjoys Greg Behrendt so much that she asked him to be her sidekick when she had her radio show. It wasn’t long before he spun off to his own “Mantastic” show and then as the New York Times bestselling author of “He’s Just Not That Into You.” One thing we love about Greg is that whatever he’s into, he’s very into. Clothes, cookies, women, his daughters, love, guitars. He was also just a guest on Oprah’s “Lifeclass.” Greg Behrendt is in Episode 1 of UnCab Amazon.

We don’t need to tell you how funny Cheri Oteri is. She’s recently begun to treat us to her stories at UnCabaret, yay!

Joseph Keckler was the Village Voice’s 2013 Best Downtown NY Performance Artist. He sings opera and is very funny. We are delighted to have him grace our stage with his mesmerizing deliciousness once more before he heads back East.

Also here from NY — yay pilot season! — is Bridey Elliott. Her lovely quirky funniness might have a bit to do with the fact that her dad is Chris Elliott. And her grandfather is Bob Elliott of Bob and Ray. This is her first UnCab and we are very much looking forward to it.

It seems like a long time since we’ve had a visit from our friend Greg Fitzsimmons, who’s been out on the road. We are glad to have him in L.A. for a minute because he goes all the way and then a little farther and that makes us laugh. Check him out on Episode 3 of UnCab Amazon.

The Strands just sent us this new picture of them on the stairs. I bet that’s because they intend their music to take you higher!

Get tickets!

Like us on Facebook and check out our Event page!

Follow us on Twitter!

Learn More