Charles will be performing 100 seconds of comedy on the Miles Stroth Workshop’s SpeedFace show. Also appearing on the bill are Heather Anne Campbell, Hal Rudnick, Graham Beckett, Nick Gligor & John Paliferro, Amy Hessler, Frank Howley, Wolfhammer, Ben Parks & Jesse Klein, Keith Saltojanes, Kat Purgal & Nadia Benavides, Joey Clift, Katy Dolle, Erik Kuska, John Wyatt. This is going to be crazy.
Show is Wednesday, October 7th, 9pm at the Complex on Theater Row. Tickets by donation at the door.
Charles at MSW’s SPEEDFACE
Wednesday, October 7th, 9pm
6470 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Tickets: By donation at the door.
Charles returns to the New Orleans Hell Yes Fest, sharing a bill with midwestern powerhouse Last Call Cleveland. 8:30pm, The New Movement New Orleans – 2706 Claude Avenue. Tickets: $10, available here. More info via Facebook here. Full festival schedule here.
Charles at the 2015 Hell Yes Fest
Saturday, October 3rd
The New Movement Theater
2706 Claude Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70117
Charles will be performing a short set at the Miles Stroth Workshop sketch night, opening for local group GoodFoot. 9pm at The Complex Theater – 6470 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles. Tickets by donation at the door. More info here.
Sorry to be so short and to the point with this update, but SOMETIMES that is the best way to be.
Charles returns home to perform a headline set at the Seattle Sketch Comedy Festival. Also appearing on the bill are our good friends Drop the Root and Run, as well as local stand up Christan Leonard. 7pm, the Annex Theater Seattle. Tickets: $10 advance, $15 at the door. More info here on the Sketchfest website and here on Facebook. Advance tickets available here.
Charles at the 2015 Seattle Sketchfest
Friday, September 25th
1100 E Pike St
Seattle, WA 98122
Tickets: $10 online/ $15 at the door
Hello from Scotland! We’re currently up in Edinburgh where our play, Moby Alpha, will be performed as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival from now until the end of the month. Details are as follows:
6 August – 31st August (NOT 17th and 24th)
Assembly George Square Studios 5
Additional Internet sites relevant to our run in the largest arts festival on Earth:
Also, if you’ve seen the show, why not write a review on the aforementioned Edinburgh Fringe website? Seriously, why not.
Hope to see you in Edinburgh. There’s really no reason you can’t be there.
In collaboration with our good friend Elliot Dickerhoof, we’re pleased to announce that our new video, “The Vacuum”, is live in various places on the Internet. Most saliently:
Thanks to everyone who came to see the premier of Box vs. Can at Web Series Unplugged. The premier now over, we’ve uploaded the thing to the Internet. Enjoy!
This Wednesday morning, Charles will be performing at the Los Angeles Breakfast Club in Silver Lake at 7am.
This is by far one of the more unique performance opportunities we’ve ever had. The club has an amazing history, having been founded in 1922 originally as a social organization for local businessmen, and then growing to become a popular meeting place for many of Hollywood’s elite creative talent (WC Fields, Clark Gable, Walt Disney, the ACTUAL Warner Brothers, etc.). The club’s entertainment program is still very much rooted in the traditions from the time of its founding, with a house pianist, a silly cryptogram read in unison, and the Pledge of Allegiance to start the morning off. Members range in age from 26 – 96, and the overall vibe is one of good cheer, community, and friendship. Very much a slice of Old Hollywood that we’re excited to be a part of.
It’s free for first-time attendees, and, also, the breakfast is really pretty great. Breakfast is served at 7am, show starts about 7:30am.
If you can make it out, we’d love to see there bright and early.
Charles at the Los Angeles Breakfast Club
Wednesday, July 15th, 7am
3201 Riverside Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Free to first time attendees!
We’re back with the second iteration of our monthly sketch show at the Acme NoHo along with our good friends The DK & Morgan Show and Lilian & Wilder. This month, our special guest is acclaimed sketch group Onassis.
As always, the NoHo ShowHo happens on the first non-holiday Saturday of every month, with a different featured act each month, hence this show’s taking place on the 11th instead of the 4th. I mean, did you want us to do comedy on the 4th? Come on, we’re not unpatriotic monsters. $5 online, $8 at the door.
Advanced tickets available here: http://tixac.me/NoHoComedyShowHo
The NoHo Comedy ShowHo
Saturday, July 11th, 9pm
Acme Comedy Theater NoHo
5124 Lankershim Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Tickets: $5 online/ $8 at the door