It’s hard to believe, but it has already been a year since Good Good Comedy Theatre—one of the biggest names for live comedy in the city—opened its doors in Chinatown following an overly successful Kickstarter campaign. And the local comedians behind the wildly successful enterprise, Aaron Nevins and Kate Banford, are marking it in a spectacular manner.
Perhaps to illustrate how fast time flies when you’re having fun, Good Good Comedy Theatre will mark its first anniversary in Philadelphia with a single 90-minute show that includes miniature versions of 21 of its most popular weekly and monthly offerings.
Fans of specific shows—or just comedy in general—are welcome to come out to catch all of their favorites, including Weeding Out the Stoned (where hilarious games determine which comedian in a large group is the only sober one), Phone It In (where three-minute videos filmed entirely on mobile devices are screened), and the long-running What’s My Line?, the long-running question-and-answer show that always keeps the audience guessing. What’s more, the show promises special guests to ensure that this anniversary is properly marked.
Good Good’s One Year Anniversary Sampler
Friday, October 13 at 8:30 p.m.
@ Good Good Comedy Theatre, 215 N. 11th Street
Tickets: $10 general admission, $5 for comedians & students
For more information and to reserve tickets, visit the event’s page.