353 West 14th Street
New York, New York 10014


NEW YORK, NY – In his first project for HBO since the long-running hit comedy series "Arli$$," Robert Wuhl offers his own freewheeling take on history in a show titled Assume the Position debuting at Comix for three nights only.

Assume the Position first debuted as a television special on HBO and was such a huge hit they ordered another show to be filmed in early 2007. The live performances of Assume the Position at Comix will feature some of the best material from the first HBO special and never before seen material that will be featured in the 2007 version.

Assume the Position examines the stories that made up America and the stories that America made up. During the show, history buff Wuhl takes his audience on a lighthearted journey to show how legends are created, exploring familiar chapters in America's past that owe more to popular culture than fact. In the process Wuhl might just be the funniest social studies teacher you'll ever meet.

“It's an interesting process because I don't know if I'm actually teaching or if I'm doing a monologue or a one man show, so I call it a docucomadality show,” said Wuhl. “It's a documentary, it's a comedy, it's a reality show. But in a sense I really think that it can redefine the variety show.

Prices and show times are as follows:
Thursday, December 21st – 8:00 PM - $20
Friday, December 22nd – 8:00 PM - $25
Saturday, December 23rd – 8:00PM - $25

353 W. 14th Street
New York, NY
Tickets can be purchased online at www.comixny.com or by calling 212.524.2500.

Wuhl has thoroughly enjoyed the success of ARLI$$ in all of it's seven seasons on HBO. He has also been critically praised for his work in films such as Bull Durham, Batman, Good Morning Vietnam, Mistress, and Blaze. Wuhl has been twice honored with Emmy Awards in '91 and '92 for writing the Academy Awards telecasts hosted by Billy Crystal.

As a comedian, Robert starred in his own HBO Comedy Hour titled Robert Wuhl's World Tour. Pushing the envelope on stand-up, the revue-style shows made use of animation and special visual effects to underscore the stories Wuhl told on stage. He has performed stand-up in numerous and prestigious venues around the country, including the early years of Comic Relief.

Comix is New York's hottest new comedy nightclub featuring headline comedians and established New York-area comics, the best of cutting edge alternative comedy, improv and sketch comedy as well as music and variety programming.

Comix is an elegant space with comfortable seating, unobstructed stage views, the purest sound, superior food, and NO MINIMUMS. Perfectly situated in Manhattan's booming Meatpacking District at 353 West 14th Street (just east of Ninth Avenue), Comix draws upon the rich experience of going to the theater uptown but brings with it a decidedly downtown attitude…not to mention a very “now” décor, food and drinks.

Visit www.comixny.com for coming attractions and much more.

Official Website: http://www.comixny.com

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