Clem Darling and the Astronauts with Clyde McFly, Schmabaret!, and WHOA MAN

The Satellite Presents

Clem Darling and the Astronauts with Clyde McFly, Schmabaret!, and WHOA MAN

Sun, November 12, 2017

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm (event ends at 11:30 pm)

The Satellite

Los Angeles, CA

$8.00

This event is 21 and over

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Clem Darling and the Astronauts
Clyde McFly
Written and performed by Mike Trehy and Matt Noonan, Clyde McFly debuted at UCB Los Angeles in Summer of 2013, enjoyed a run at Second City Hollywood the following winter and has been performing around Los Angeles since.

Matt Noonan and Mike Trehy have studied and performed at iO, Second City Chicago, the Steppenwolf Garage, The Groundlings and The Annoyance theaters, as well as Chicago Sketchfest, San Francisco Sketchfest, and the Los Angeles Improv Festival.
Schmabaret!
Schmabaret! is a comedy cabaret duo made up of Adam Ceschin (Comedy Tour: The Comedy Tour) and Carolyn Jania (Groundlings Sunday Company). The duo has performed at the UCB, Groundlings, iO West, the Pack and in shows throughout LA including Radio Picture Show, LA Musical Comedy Festival and Sunday Night Sex Talks. The trifecta was complete when they added music director Aaron Wilson (UCB) aka "Sweet Baby Angel" who is the light of their damn lives. For show dates follow them @schmabaret or find them at Bar Lubitsch the last Tuesday of every month.
WHOA MAN
... an all-female sketch team that endeavors to tell savvy, quick-witted stories through an unapologetically female lens...

Comprised of original members Cassie Keet, Claire Dellamar, Hayley Shaw, Erika Rankin and Mandie Cheung, Whoa Man formed after many years of studying together at Anthony Meindl’s Actor Workshop. Due to the wealth of absurdly talented people in their acting class networks (including AMAW, UCB, and the Groundlings alum), the group prides itself on having the unique privilege of inviting a guest Whoa Man actress to write and perform alongside the core group each show.

With a permanent residency at Three Clubs on Vine Street, Whoa Man has performed several times at the Comedy Central Stage and boasts sold-out shows and repeat audiences; when folks see our show, they want to come back for more.

Our intent is first and foremost to create a product that is written, directed, and produced entirely by women. Secondly, we’re just here to have fun. Like, a lot of fun. While many of our themes are relatable to people of any gender or age (dating, friendship, ritual sacrifice) we always commit to examine our subjects through the modern female gaze, with a special nod to the fallacies put forth by ubiquitous fairytale characters we all know and love.

A Whoa Man show has something for everyone. You like your comedy nerdy? Enjoy the wealth of sketches that would make any ComicCon attendee happy. Fans of original tunes delight in our parody musical numbers. High-functioning alcoholics cheer along to our in-show drinking games. Basically, there’s something for everyone!

Moving forward, Whoa Man is working towards transforming our most popular stage sketches into digital content that can be shared with a wider audience. We hope to grow and expand our brand from there, never losing sight of what we believe to be true: women are funny as fuck.
Venue Information:
The Satellite
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
http://thesatellitela.com/