Above is my first-ever set on a comedy showcase at the Greenwich Village Comedy Club on March 27th. I had a lot of fun, and can't wait to do it again!
2015's winter took me through some twists and turns and now I find myself blinking in the light of early spring, and things have changed. For one, I am now an ensemble member of the New York Neo-Futurists, the same group for whom I composed music for their prime time show, The Human Symphony. For two, I am also a stand up comedian now? I don't even really know how that one happened, just that it did, and that I like it. For three, I am on a new indie improv team called Forbidden Planet, and am constantly blown away by how freaking good at improv my teammates are. It feels good to be in a group that is constantly challenging me to be a better improviser.
Sunday, April 12th, 5:30p - Forbidden Planet improv set at Brit Pack (153 Lafayette, 3rd floor)
Thursday, April 16th, 7:30p - Performing on horn with the Hunter Chamber Singers at Lang Recital Hall, Hunter College
Saturday, April 18th, 7:30p - Second Performance with the Hunter Chamber Singers at Our Savior's Atonment Lutheran Church
Thursday, April 23rd - Sunday, April 26th - Food Will Win the War mini-tour into the Midwest (Columbus, Chicago, Detroit)
Sunday, May 3rd, 5:30p - Forbidden Planet improv set at Brit Pack (153 Lafayette, 3rd floor)
Thursday, May 7th and Friday, May 8th, 8:00p - Playing horn with the Hunter Opera Theatre in their production of The Hotel Casablanca in the Kaye Playhouse, Hunter College
Sunday, May 17th, 5:30p - Forbidden Planet improv set at Brit Pack (153 Lafayette, 3rd floor)