All right, so, I've been busy…
But tonight, no joke, Quizmaster Noah is on stage. Another one of those "me doing a set in a cabaret-style lineup" routines, but this is an old favorite: the Ensemble Studio Theater's annual "Cabaret Scientifique," a variety show of science-related performers of all stripes. The blurb:
"Thursday, 1/29, 9pm : Cabaret Scientifique
First Light reaches its comedic climax with this annual variety show that spotlights the lighter side of science. Always unpredictable, never boring, a typical cabaret lineup can range from a live game show to a nine-piece rap band, from a lounge-singing Charles Darwin to a flea circus that reveals the biology of the flea. A night to change the way we think about science in our world today...with prizes! Free"
Yes, I'm the live game show. In fact, watch this video of me doing this exact show in 2008. It's always a party, there are usually cute girls there, and it's the one time in my life I actually saw a flea circus. Sorry for the late notice. 549 West 52nd St off Eleventh Avenue.
AND THEN… tomorrow: "You Bet Your Ass: The Rock & Roll Variety Quiz Show (Where Q Gets You A)" returns. This is the gig I did with burlesque dancers and a sword swallower in Washington, D.C., back in October, blogged about here. Now we're in Asbury Park, New Jersey, at a freakin' bowling alley! We're getting closer to NYC, friends, and when we do arrive, oh God, will I ever let you know. Details here, and a little press coverage here.