This Saturday night, we’re doing an opening set for the sketch comedy duo CHARLES at the Electric Lodge in Venice. In keeping with the two-person vibe, we’re presenting a very stripped-down version of Lost Moon that is just Frank and Dylan, which should be weird and awesome.
Charles has arrived quite recently in LA after making a name for themselves in Seattle, and their freewheeling existential comedy space opera MOBY ALPHA was a highlight of this year’s Hollywood Fringe.
The show is at 8pm, and tickets are $15 at the door, $12 in advance. Hope to see you there!
Dan Oster is Bill Clinton in PRESIDENT HILLARY
In an age of political gridlock, we’re at least moving forward on one important front: Dan Oster is playing Bill Clinton, and you can see him do it every Thursday night in Hollywood.
President Hillary, now playing at Second City Hollywood, is set in January 2017, in the first 24 hours of Hillary Clinton’s presidency, as she takes on China, climate change, Bill, Chelsea, and the ghost of Eleanor Roosevelt! See these events now a full 27 months before they come to pass!
The show is playing every Thursday at 8pm through December 18th (with the exception of Thanksgiving because America). Tickets are $10 and available on the Second City website. Also $5 discount tickets are available for many nights on Goldstar.
President Hillary stars the very talented Molly Erdman as Hillary with Josh Callahan, Julian Clark, Andy Cobb, Rachna Khatau, Jessie Sherman, Bobby Huynh and, as previously discussed, Lost Moon Radio’s own Dan Oster. It’s written by Marc Warzecha & Andy Cobb and directed by Marc Warzecha, with music by Michael Pollock. The musical director is Ben Bromfield and the assistant director and choreographer is Rani O’Brien.
Honestly, we were as excited for the new Ken Burns series as anybody, but this seems … indulgent?
After 146 years, we finally have a Little Women the way it was meant to be seen: live on stage in Hollywood with Lauren Flans playing Jo March.
WOMEN is the New York hit that won Best Comedy at this year’s Hollywood Fringe Festival and is now returning to The Asylum Theatre for a limited run. This fast paced comedy is a mash-up of Louisa May Alcott’s classic Little Women and HBO’s critically acclaimed Girls, delivering a smartly crafted and hilarious 55-minute show.
The show opens on Sept.5th and tickets are $15: http://womentheshow.com/. (There’s also a preview on Thursday, Sept.4th, to which you can obtain half-price $7.50 tickets with the code “preview”: http://bit.ly/bethdies)
Note: The show is sure to be excellent every night, but die-hard Lauren Flans fans (“flans”) should note that she will not be appearing in the 9/13 and 9/27 performances.
WOMEN is written by Chiara Atik, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott, and directed by Stephanie Ward. In addition to Lauren, the cast features Erika Rankin, Jacquie Walters, Brigitte Valdez, Chris Farrah, Clayton Farris, Joseph Patrick O’Malley, Ben Moroski, and J.B. Waterman. Plus lighting design by Lost Moon Radio’s own Brandon Baruch!
Lauren Flans Returns to Wild ‘N Out
Lauren Flans is back for an all-new season of Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out in just a few short weeks. Check her out in the teaser trailer below:
She wants to know what you’ve got for her! Nick Cannon is concerned about her mental well-being! Wild N’ Out: Season 6 premieres Wednesday, July 2nd, at 11/10c on MTV2.
In the meantime, you can bask in Lauren’s comedic rapping and elaborately choreographed dance skills LIVE this month in Lost Moon Radio’s Million Dollar Hair, an original comedy tribute concert now playing at the 2014 Hollywood Fringe Festival.
Happy Charles Darwin Day!
San Francisco Chronicle Recommends Lost Moon Radio
Hey! The San Francisco Chronicle listed Lost Moon Radio as one of their Top 5 contemporary ways to experience the magic of radio. Nice! We officially retract all the jokes we’ve ever made about the Hearst Corporation.
By the way, we’re kicking off our 2014 live performance schedule in the Chronicle's own backyard with an appearance at SF Sketchfest. More details soon!
podcast episode 10: education
In which we celebrate the letter Y, purity rings, and Jane Austen.
With performances by Will Greenberg, Martha Marion, Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Jen Burton, Dan Oster, Lauren Flans, Dylan Ris, Mikey Wells, Brenton Kossack, Rich Ramberg, and Dave McKeever. Written by Martha Marion, Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Lauren Flans, Dylan Ris, Rich Ramberg and Mikey Wells. Directed by Martha Marion. Produced by Dave McKeever.