Wieners in the NY Times
The Wiener Philharmonic, a delightfully sophomoric young comedy troupe, performs "Wine Teeth," a sketch show inspired by the history of various kinds of parties, from cast parties to after-parties to funeral parties. Directed by Jon Friedman, last responsible for "The Rejection Show."
Gene Frankel Theater, 24 Bond Street, between Lafayette Street and the Bowery, East Village; 9:30 p.m.; $7. (Also: every Wednesday in February)
The final performance of Penguin & Swollen Head
Written and performed by Rich Zeroth
Ever wanted people to feel sorry for you?
Ever faked sick to miss a day of school?
Ever done it 127 days in row?
A true story about a 5th grader desperately looking for attention who ultimately gets more than he bargained for: A rare brain disease and a school play dedicated to his speedy recovery.
DIRECTED BY JON FRIEDMAN
Sat Jan 29th - 7pm at Juvie Hall 24 Bond Street (at Layfayette) New York, NY 10012 * #6 to Bleecker Street at Lafayette
* R to 8th Street or Prince St
* B,D,F to Broadway/Lafayette
DIRECTED BY JON FRIEDMAN
Sat Jan 29th - 7pm
at Juvie Hall
24 Bond Street (at Layfayette)
New York, NY 10012
* #6 to Bleecker Street at Lafayette
THEN JOIN US AT SLAINTE FOR A SHOW WRAP DRINK OR TWO!
Slainte Bar & Lounge
304 Bowery (between Bleecker & Houston)
A resting Penguin
Look at them...
9:30 PM at Juvie Hall
February 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd
The Gene Frankel
Theater 24 Bond St. (btw Bowery & Lafayette)
New York City
This week is your last chance to see Penguin and Swollen Head! There is a Saturday showing at 7PM and it's going to be a special showing. I'll give that it's own post.
Febraury has The Wiener Philharmonic presenting "Wine Teeth" at Juvie Hall at 9:30 on Wednesdays. Those shows are going to be fun. The Wieners remind me of a time and a place that I don't yet know.
Also, The Dog Show Party '05 is shaping up to be some sort of ridiculous fun.
I'll post some highlights from the show on the www.tremendousrabbit.com website soon. I got some nice romantic polar bear footage. Site updates are coming. I got a new computer and don't fully know how to use it yet. What does this button do? +P^* Oh, I guess it does that.
Rejection Show poem
I hope that you can go
the forecast calls for snow
Did you ever stub your toe?
Did you, Joe?
As a poet I really need to grow.
To be more like Edgar Allan Poe
Then maybe you'd go
to The Rejection Show.
Tonight at 8PM at P.S 122 on First Ave. & 9th St.
CBS comes through!
Tonight - January 11th - The Knitting Factory
Tuesday is a night of comedy, music, and …comedy music.
Sketch comedy from The Daily Show’s Bob Wiltfong & Matt Oberg
Comedy and music from Demetri Martin (Conan O’Brien)
Liam McEneaney (Comedy Central’s Premium Blend)
Stuckey & Murray (Comedy Musicians who have started a revolution)
Don McCloskey (Creator of The Turkey Testicle Music Festival)
Jason Reich (Daily Show Emmy Winning Writer)
Matt Goldich (Comedy Central Laugh Riots Finalist)
Jon Friedman (Host of The Rejection Show)
Hosted by Andrew Goldstein (Writer MTV’s Boiling Points)
The Knitting Factory Mainstage
74 Leonard St Tuesday, January 11th
(Between Church St & Broadway) 8pm
(212) 219-3006 $10
Subway: 1 or 9 to Franklin St, or A,C,E, N, R to Canal St.
Bob Wiltfong - http://www.bobwiltfong.com/
Demetri Martin – http://www.demetrimartin.com
Liam McEneaney - http://kidliam.blogspot.com/
Stuckey & Murray – http://www.stuckeyandmurray.com
Don McCloskey - http://www.enormousd.com/
Matt Goldich - http://goldich.blogspot.com/
Jason Reich – http://www.plantsneedwater.com
Jon Friedman - http://www.tremendousrabbit.com/
Get your tickets now!
Get 'em now!!
The Rejection Show Jan. 19th Lineup announced
Lines I Love
"What am I, your son?"