The next Fresh Meat at Comix will feature Page Six’s Paula Froelich, Mike Daisey,Becky Drysdale, and Best Week Ever regulars Laurie Kilmartin and Sherrod Small. This stellar line up of talent will present a variety of stand up comedy, readings, musical performances and more in the first half of this hilarious 90 minute show hosted by Catie Lazarus.
Tuesday, March 13th
353 West 14th Street
New York, NY 10014
8:00 PM - $10 plus two items
Tickets for Fresh Meat can be purchased online at www.comixny.com or by calling 212.524.2500.
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS:
Paula Froelich is a gossip columnist for the New York Post's Page Six and a regular correspondent on The Insider. She's the author of "It! Nine Secrets of the Rich and Famous That'll Take You to the Top." www.nypost.com/gossip/gossip.htm
Laurie Kilmartin is a seasoned comic who has performed in Iraq, the UK, forty of the fifty US States, the Aspen, Edinburgh & Montreal Comedy Festivals and a Laundromat. Her finely crafted jokes make her one of comedy's funniest women. She can be seen every week on the hit VH1 show "Best Week Ever". She has performed on "The Today Show", "Jimmy Kimmel Live", "Premium Blend" and "Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn" for which she also served as a staff writer. Laurie also wrote for CBS’s "The Late Late Show" and Comedy Central’s "Too Late with Adam Corolla".
Becky Drysdale has worked at Amsterdam's BOOM Chicago Theatre, The Second City National Touring Company, and The Second City ETC in Chicago.
Rebecca was the first ever recipient of the Break-Out Performer Award at the HBO Comedy Festival in Aspen, she was named one of the "100 women we love" by GONYC magazine in 2006, one of Time Magazine's "Comedy Innovators" 2006, and one of Variety's "Ten To Watch In Comedy" 2006. She has achieved nothing in 2007.
Mike Daisey has been called “the master storyteller” and “one of the finest solo performers of his generation” by the New York Times for his monologues, including 21 Dog Years, Great Men of Genius, The Ugly American, Monopoly!, Invincible Summer, I Miss the Cold War, Wasting Your Breath, and Stories From the Atlantic Night Cafe which he’s performed Off-Broadway, across the country and around the world. He’s been a guest on the Late Show with David Letterman, and his work has been heard on the BBC, NPR, the National Lampoon Radio Hour, and his groundbreaking series All Stories Are Fiction is available through Audible.com.
Currently he’s a commentator for National Public Radio’s Day To Day, a contributor to WIRED Magazine, Slate, Salon, and his writing appears in the anthology The Best Tech Writing 2006.
Official Website: http://www.comixny.com