[My latest review for Spinning Platters covering the Don’t Watch This Show Live! (dwtslive) and Femikaze (femikaze) show hosted by Jules Posner at the Eureka Theater on 1/27/2014]

Sketch Saturday: “Wrong Pipe” by Brent Weinbach. Featuring Brent Weinbach and Laura Weinbach

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Sketch Saturday: “iTalkers” by jericho! Comedy

Sketch Saturday: David Gets Mad High by David Gborie and Andrew Moore

Sketch Sunday: “Pee Shy” by Blessed. Featuring Clare O’Kane, Megan Koester, and Alison Stevenson

Sketch Sunday: “My Roommate, My Friend: “The Bully” by the Dress Up Gang. Featuring Cory Loykasek and Donny Divanian.

Courting Sketchfest: BriTANicK @ The Eureka Theater [16 Days Until Fest]

[I wish I was already on this bandwagon. It’s unsettling. I’m supposed to know what’s what and on the level to a respectable degree, not caught with my dick in my hand outside of the UCB Theater Los Angeles. Alas, I stood in a queue for an hour hoping to enter a sold-out show wondering what the hell was happening. This is happening: a comedy duo that has impressed the likes of Joss Whedon and Lionsgate Films. A Youtube rabbit hole later and I feel like less of an idiot. Don’t be like me. Watch, learn, then experience BriTANicK for yourself.]

Courting Sketchfest: The Birthday Boys @ Brava Theaters [17 Days Left]

[It’s hard to pin-point why we adore the Birthday Boys. Maybe it’s their volume. At any given moment the seven can charge like a horde or descend like ninjas. Maybe it’s their attention to detail. Even if it’s absurdity (like a 7-person-sweater) the farce feels familiar and plausible. It’s hard to pin-point why we adore the Birthday Boys but their ascension into glory is highly watchable.]

"I Resolve to DANCE!" by Emily Heller and Nate Heller. Featuring Chris Thayer, Aparna Nancherla, Edwin Li, Janine Brito, Caitlin Gill, and Marcello Fama. 

(Source: emilyheller)