G.L.O.C.s Live!

Check out what these G.L.O.C.s are up to this week:

JACKIE HOFFMAN’s Jackie Five-Oh


February 14th & 21st, March 14th & 21st, April 4th, 7:30pm
Joe’s Pub, 425 Lafayette Street
$30
In the all-new JACKIE FIVE-OH!, the blisteringly funny, filter-free Hoffman muses on her own decay at 50, her career of playing ‘bit’ parts, her thoughts about being in The Addams Family and an array of other topics running the gamut from QUEEN LATIFAH to KRISTEN CHENOWETH.
Starring: Jackie Hoffman
Reservations: http://www.joespub.com/component/option,com_shows/task,view/Itemid,40/id,5434

The Rejection Show: Valentine’s Day Heartbreak Haven


February 14th, 8pm
The Bell House, 149 7th Street, Brooklyn
$10 advance, $12 at door
The Rejection Show Presents
“Find someone to french!”…The live comedy series, The Rejection Show is back celebrating Valentine’s Day with an evening of its best breakup, heartbreak, and love related performances/stories from shows past, present, and future and within its book Rejected Tales of the Failed Dumped & Canceled—blending into an evening of love songs, live music, and a party.
Hosted by JON FRIEDMAN
With TOM SHILLUE, ELNA BAKER, ADAM WADE, KATINA CORRAO, SETH HERZOG, BROAD CITY, SARA SCHAEFER, SEAN O’CONNOR, ERIN & HER CELLO, LAURA PRANGLEY, ELIOT GLAZER, MANDY STADTMILLER, EDITH ZIMMMERMAN, BEN LERMAN
Reservations: http://www.thebellhouseny.com/

Bless This Mess


February 14th and 21st, 9:30pm
The People’s Improv Theater, 123 East 24th Street
$5
Honor your Mother and Father.  Never take the Lord’s name in vain. Leave room for the holy spirit.  Be a good little girl because God is always watching.  Don’t ask questions about things that don’t concern you.  What’s that strange feeling in my body?  Keep your hands to yourself.  Where do babies come from?  You’ll learn about it someday. Cut to someday. Bless This Mess is a one woman show chronicling the hilariously messy journey of becoming a woman through the veil of a strict Catholic upbringing.
Written and performed by JULIE ANN DULUDE, Directed by LESLIE COLLINS
Reservations: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/133332

Carnal Carnival


February 14th, 10pm
Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery
$8
Come and celebrate Valentine’s day with the Carnal Carnival—a Valentine’s day feat with burlesque, sketch, stand up comedy, music, videos and more. Carnival style treats include traveling kissing and paddling booths, tarot readings, games, raffle of very sexy items, lots of beautiful girls and guys, champagne deals, $4 Drunk Chick punch (or champagne by the glass) and drink specials galore. Don’t be lonely this Valentine’s Day,
be surrounded by people who there’s a very good chance want to be surrounded by you, too. Raffle sponsors include: CarnalConfections.net, Maraya Cigar Shop, Babes In Toyland, Kong Magazine and Champagne!
Hosted by JULIET JESKE and MIKE AMATO
With DAVE HILL, MICHAEL JACKSON style dancer CHRIS EVANS, DIANE O’DEBRA, JESSICA DELFINO, STEPH SABELLI, SHANE WEBB, TINA CIONE + THE CHICONES, and more

Real Characters


February 15th, 7:30pm
Belleville Lounge, 5th St & 5th Ave, Brooklyn
Free
Brooklyn’s best show that combines true storytelling with hilarious character performers.
Hosted by ANDY ROSS
With JEN LEE, BRANDY BARBER, JOHN FLYNN, AND KATE MCKINNON

The Space Cadettes: Everything Must Go!


February 15, 9:30pm
The Peoples Improv Theater, 123 E. 24th Street
Free
It’s 4 a.m. Do you know where your Snuggie is? Join Sarah DiMuro and Ksenia Selemon as they host “Everything Must Go,” a 4 a.m. home shopping show. Taking a suggestion of a product to sell from the audience, the girls take you on a trip into the wacky universe of late night home shopping. It’s like a Slap Chop wrapped in a Slanket with a Shake Weight on top!
Starring: SARAH DIMURO & KSENIA SELEMON
Reservations: http://thepit-nyc.com/daily_downstairs.html?y=2011&m=02&d=15

Too Soon


February 16th 7:30pm -9pm
Parkside Lounge, 317 East Houston Street
Free
The show features top stand-up comedians in New York City and the musical talent of the Funky Nassau Band.
Hosted by LAURA PRANGLEY
With KENDRA CUNNINGHAM, JAY WELCH, ALICE WETTERLUND, JOHN O’DONNELL, JON FRIEDMAN AND THE FUNKY NASSAU BAND

Gettin’ Quaid


February 17, 8pm
Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, 307 W. 26th St
$5
Come along for the ride as best friends Geoff and Emily embark on an epic journey to get to Quaid-con, the ultimate fan convention for noted actor/paranoic Randy Quaid. On their journey they have to deal with Jack Nicholson, stress-tails, a talking bulldog, and adoring fans of their song “Queef Thief.” The whole thing is, obviously, narrated by Prince. But nothing will stop Geoff and Emily from meeting Randy Quaid: THE GREATEST ACTOR WHO EVER LIVED!!!!!!
Written and performed by EMILY STRACHAN & GEOFF GARLOCK
Directed by MIKE STILL
Music by STEVE MOORE
Reservations w/ active link: http://newyork.ucbtheatre.com/shows/2550

The Amie and Kristen Show/The Kristen and Amie Show


February 17th at 8:00, Feb 19th at 10:30
Seattle Festival of Improvised Theater, 1428 Post Alley (2/17) and 5510 University Way NE (2/19)
$15
The girlishly fun quick-paced and playful Philadelphia based improv duo delivers the kind of improv only two best friends, who also happen to be babes, can do together.

Starring AMIE ROE and KRISTEN SCHIER
Reservations:  http://seattleimprov.com/tickets

Sideshow Goshko Storytelling Series


February 18th, 7pm
KGB Bar, 85 E. 4th Street
Free
Award-winning storyteller LESLIE GOSHKO invites some of New York’s top writers and storytellers to share true, bizarre tales about their lives. There’s live accordion music, a challenging trivia game, and a free wine giveaway where one lucky audience member will walk away with their very own bottle of Sideshow Sauce!
Hosted by Leslie Goshko
Music by DR. MICHELLE LEONA-GODIN
With STEVE BURNS, JIM O’GRADY & EUGENE ASHTON-GONZALEZ

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About Ariel

Ariel loves comedy. She performs with PIT house team Local 154 and is the creator of The Do What's In Your Heart Show: A Night of Live Storytelling & Uplifting Bits.
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