Check out what these G.L.O.C.s are up to this week:
February 28th at 8:30pm
Bruar Falls, 245 Grand Street, Brooklyn
Another sweet, sweet night of FREE comedy, fun times and smooth-ass moves. Bring your hair gel, tap shoes, and your stage mom cuz things are about to get famous.
Hosted by Rose Surnow
With Giulia Rozzi, Julian McCullough, Mike Recine, Jake Young, Anthony DeVito
The Do What’s In Your Heart Show:
A Night of Live Storytelling & Uplifting Bits
March 3rd, 8pm
The PIT, 123 E. 24th St, NYC
The Do What’s In Your Heart Show celebrates doing what you want! Me-me-me enthusiast Ariel Karlin is joined by her favorite writers and comedians for a night of storytelling about following not what’s in here, but what’s in here. Each show will also feature assorted additional nonsense.
Hosted by Ariel Karlin
With Peter Aguero, Ilana Glazer, Leslie Goshko & Nisse Greenberg
Comedy Below Canal
March 3rd at 9pm
92YTribeca Mainstage, 200 Hudson Street
Comedy and music join forces for one super-duper edition of Comedy Below Canal!
Hosted by Katina Carrao
With Costaki Economopoulos, Wyatt Cenac, Dean Obeidallah and musical guest Mark Douglas
March 3rd & 4th at 8pm, March 5th at 2pm, March 6th at 3pm, March 7th & 8th at 8pm
Michael Chekov Theater, 354 W. 45th St. 2nd Fl, NYC
A touching comedy about a man afraid to show love and emotions, and his sensitive and caring fiancée who take in a total stranger who may or may not be insane, all while dealing with his odd-ball sister and her need to fit in and feel loved.
Written by Joseph Coyne
Directed by Joe Paradise
Lighting and Sound by Joan Racho-Jansen
Reservations: Call 800-528-3043 or email email@example.com
The C Word
March 4, 7:30pm
Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, 307 W. 26th Street
$10 (appearing with Bleak: Stomachtown)
Pam Murphy was an amazing woman, then she got breast cancer. Whoops. Now, as an even more amazing woman, Pam shares her story through comedy. Take a journey with Pam… as she capitalizes on the worst thing that’s ever happened to her.
Written and performed by Pam Murphy; Directed by Rebecca Drysdale
Photo by Ari Scott
Chet Watkins’ Second Anniversary
8pm, March 4, 2011
Magnet Theater, 254 W. 29th Street
Put together by the acclaimed director Armando Diaz, these six New York City performers place a high value on character commitment and exploration of the absurd. As the anchor of the Magnet’s Friday night line up, Chet Watkins performs an hour of suggestion-based improv each week and they’re going all out for their second anniversary!
Starring Chris Camp, Christian Paluck, Jana Schmeiding, Laura Grey, Lizzie Redner, and Kelly Kreye