150 1st Avenue at East 9th Street
New York City, New York

The Rejection Show
?Failure is fun!?
The Rejection Show returns to P.S. 122 on March 16th!

The Rejection Show is a comedic based event that embraces the rejected or ?turned down? material of writers, comedians, cartoonists, and artists whom display their creative ?failures? live on stage.

The Rejection Show
March 16, 2005
P.S. 122 @ 8PM

Hosted by Jon Friedman


Jessi Klein
(VH1, Rolling Stone Magazine)

Bob Wiltfong & Matt Oberg
(The Daily Show, Professional Opportunities Workshop)

Marisa Acocella & Matt Diffee
(Cartoonists, The New Yorker)

Todd Levin
(Author, tremble.com)

& an American Idol reject and Adam Cole-Kelly's Rejection Inspection!

March 16, 2005
P.S. 122 @ 8PM - $7
150 1st Avenue and 9th St.
F train to 2nd Ave., R to 8th St., 6 train to Astor Pl.

Tickets available at Ticket Web http://www.ticketweb.com/user/?region=nyc&query=detail&event=577835 or the P.S. 122 Box Office

What are they saying about us?

"Ever wonder what you're not seeing? Each month comedians perform pieces that have been rejected by anything from Conan O'Brien to The New Yorker..."

?Novelists, TV writers, stand-up comics, cartoonists, filmmakers, recording artists, dramatists and poets come together for a friendly but edgy celebration of failure.?

"In New York, audiences are finding that failure is fun!"

"'The Rejection Show' is a refuge for the rebuffed, a haven for the heave-hoed,
a destination for the deep-sixed."

"?Not just a brilliant idea, it?s a well executed one."

"'What do you get when you display a whole bunch of stuff that didn?t make the cut at the New Yorker, Conan,
and a bevy of other shows and publications? Evidently, some funny shit.?

"True to it?s maxim, ?Just because it?s been rejected doesn?t mean it?s not good,? the show continues to attract an audience that can relate.?


Added by jonfriedman on February 21, 2005