Storyteller Jenna Dioguardi is back home from what felt like 6 years (but was actually only 2 months) in California, and she needs your love to help her recover. Come meet your two drink minimum while she regales you with tales of waiting too long to cross the street, man-boys, pregnancy scares, an Uber driver who pulled out a taser on her, and one too many nights spent in a San Diego Whole Foods. And if that's not enough for you, the hilarious and beloved Emma Tattenbaum-Fine will guest star with a story of her own. Get tix HERE.
Every New Year’s Eve a family gathers in their Florida backyard to ring in the coming year. In between dips in the pool, politically incorrect banter and a highly-anticipated onion dip, their relationships grow and fracture in moments that become family legend. Unfolding backwards in time, The Year to Come is a hilarious and touching world premiere that shows how the promise of our future is shaped by the lens of our past.
Rising playwright Lindsey Ferrentino introduces us to a distinctly American family whose evolution mirrors the turbulence of the 21st century. Directed by Anne Kauffman.
Tix & more info HERE
Drink in the dark as storytellers Jenna and Emma bring you the best of their best tales from the past three years. Some'll be true. Some'll be false. But they'll all be the best.
/// Your favorite storytelling duo, Jenna & Emma, brings you their best material from the past three years of raconteuring in dark bars. You might've seen them at their very first show in the loud back room at Swift, or at several since then at such venues as KGB Bar & Cornelia Street Cafe. In their Caveat *debut* they’ll regale you with fine-tuned tales of hot monks, lost cats, man-boys, stirrup pants, award-winning waitresses, superheroes, the dawns and dooms of love affairs, and the tortures of time in its passing. A highbrow night of literary fun. Drink in the dark as Jenna and Emma read to you. Like being a kid again. But with more booze.
The storytelling duo returns to their favorite spot to bring you tales of hot monks, lost cats, man-boys, Urban Outfitters bathroom disasters, and the dawns and dooms of love affairs past and present.
Sunday April 15th – 9:30pm
Monday April 16th – 9pm
Wednesday April 18th – 9:30pm
*Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot!
Intimate theatre, meets game night in this boozy, conversation-driven card game. After the success of his pop-up bar for one, Aqua Regia, Wil Petre was challenged by an old friend and to think of how to remove himself from the experience, but still be able to incite meaningful conversation amongst a group of people. "It's a game," he said. This is the launching of that game.
Created and hosted by Wil Petre, Co-created by Chiaki Murata, Co-host Jenna Dioguardi, Design consultant Christopher Bowser
Jenna will be storytelling as a guest at The Freya Project's next fundraising event! Tix & info HERE!
All proceeds for this event go to ARC Southest, aiming to help individuals in the South access safe, compassionate, and affordable reproductive care though advocacy and abortion funding.
"The Freya Project is a monthly fundraising series that donates money to small non-profits located in communities that do not embrace the vital work they perform. We aim to create an environment where we can support each other not only as women but as active citizens of our country, to give our help to organizations dedicated to preserving a safe space for the marginalized, endangered, the terrified, all of us."
They're baaaack! With special guest, and Moth Story Slam Winner, handsome, handsome Wil Petre.
In their highly anticipated return from Connecticut (did you know that Jenna and Emma went to Connecticut?), Jenna and Emma regale you with fresh stories and jokes. Clear proof that any screened in porch can be a writing retreat. The fruits of their CT writing labors will be on display for your delectation. (Also Jenna now has an Obie and a Drama Desk, yet this show is STILL FREE, so it's a fantastic deal. -Emma)
Jenna Dioguardi and Emma Tattenbaum-Fine are back, reading their original fiction and non-fiction stories, respectively. This time with special guests and with the added feature of a pop-up Hillary fundraiser! Drop your hopes, dreams, financial love for Hillary into a bucket and Emma will donate to the campaign that very night. (Receipt posted to Facebook so you can see the good we did together!)
We tell you stories, in exchange you make Hillary win. Pumpkin spice and everything nice.
SPECIAL GUESTS: Lauren Patten (Fun Home, The Wolves), Nicole Spiezio (Netflix Presents: The Characters), and Jolenta Greenberg (BBC)
Political Subversities returns for a limited run at the People’s Improv Theater eviscerating politics and pop culture with a new night of musical-sketch comedy: Political Subversities: Vote Or Whatever! starting October 14th. This newest edition will premiere a full show of brand new material and fan favorites, and will feature three new writer/performers.
More info on the show & tickets HERE!
Featuring special guests: Emma Tattenbaum-Fine, Anna Drezen, Todd Briscoe, Bradford Jordan, and Saïd Sayrafiezadeh.