Michael Ian Black and his former partner in crime Michael Showalter will be at The Fillmore at Irving Plaza on Saturday, December 1 doing comedy and promoting their respective new CD’s. Michael Ian Black’s new album, I Am A Wonderful Man (Comedy Central Rec.), and Michael Showalter’s new album Sandwiches and Cats (JDub), are both very funny and available now in fine stores everywhere.
Tearing The Veil of Maya is back at Union Hall this Sunday (December 2) and boasts a very funny lineup including Jessi Klein, Larry Murphy, Eugene Mirman and an always surprising, always exciting “special guest”.
Daniel Kitson at Union Hall
There’s a guy nobody knows about yet. He’s a young guy from Yorkshire named Daniel Kitson, and he’s honestly the funniest comic I’ve ever seen in my life. Seeing him was the first great stand-up experience I had since Chris Rock’s Bring the Pain special. I want to do whatever I can to introduce him to the U.S.
David Cross, Entertainment Weekly, February 18, 2004
Guess what? I’ve got 2 tickets to give away to the Tuesday or Wednesday night Daniel Kitson show, just email me at contests (at) bumpershine.com (subject: Kitson) and tell me why you want to go. Winners will picked at random and notified on Monday of next week, please include your full name in the email.
Time Out NY is sponsoring “Strike Night”, a comedy showcase featuring writers John Oliver (The Daily Show with Jon Stewart), Liz Cackowski (Saturday Night Live), Joe Grossman (Late Show with David Letterman), Andy Secunda (Late Night with Conan O’Brien), Maggie Carey and John Mulaney. The show is happening on December 3 at Crash Mansion (199 Bowery at Spring St) at 7:30pm. Tickets are $8. Check the TONY Blog for the final lineup of performers.