Colin Quinn is bringing his new stage show, “Unconstitutional,” to my hometown on February 16th at the Colonial Theatre and I had a chance to interview him for the “Good Morning Pittsfield” radio show on WTBR 89.7 FM. I’ve included the unedited interview in my Channel Zero podcast. You can listen to it below via the player or subscribe on iTunes and please rate!
One from the archives, your host, Thomas Attila Lewis, interviewed Boston-based comic, Kelly MacFarland (Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend,” ABC’s “The View,” and more), in advance of the 2013 Women In Comedy Festival. The festival is gearing up for this year, so plan to hit some of those shows in May! Thank you for listening, please subscribe on iTunes and please rate!
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Headliner Marty Caproni kicks off our monthly series at Spice Dragon restaurant in Pittsfield on Saturday, April 13th.
Every show will have 3 comics performing including your host, Thomas Attila Lewis.
This is uncensored adult comedy, so please be 18 years or older.
Our headliner, Marty Caproni, has opened for Russell Brand, Dave Attell, Steve-O, Jim Breuer, and countless other national and internationally touring comics. He is a regular at Comix at Foxwoods casino, the Hartford Funny Bone, and the Rhode Island Comedy Connection among many other venues.
Be sure to get your tickets in advance so that you can secure seating for dinner which will be limited.
Doors open at 7pm for dinner seating and the show starts at 8pm. Buy your tickets online or at Spice Dragon. After you purchase online tickets call Spice Dragon to reserve your table for dinner otherwise you will be seated in the lounge area for the show.
Tickets are $12 in advance / $15 the day of the show
Earlier this week I wrote a bit about The Onion’s controversial Oscars Tweet for KPCC/SCPR and followed it up with a Tweet.
Looks like producers at NBC’s “Rock Center With Brian Williams” grabbed my Tweet along with several others to run at the end of their piece about The Onion. Yeah, my Tweet wasn’t even comedic, and it was on the screen in the final 3 seconds of the segment, but mine was dead center on the screen! So now I’ve got TV credits!
Thank you Sarah Ardalani for spotting my Tweet!