Get Your Religion On

Hey, folks.

I know what you’re thinking. Easter’s over and Passover’s ending tonight. Bummer, right? But don’t lose faith, because your spiritual friends at Olde English have two very exciting shows coming up!

First up, this Friday night, we’ll be rising from the dead like bunnies to show some new videos in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. In an old converted church. Pretty spooky, right?

We’ll be opening for musical comedian and 2006 Andy Kaufman Award winner Reggie Watts, who’s pretty much a religious experience himself. If you haven’t seen him live, don’t miss this opportunity.

Filling out the bill will be Eric André who has the following friends on myspace:

‘Nuff said.

Friday, Apr 13, 2007 7:30 PM
at Paul Robeson Theater
54 Green Ave, Brooklyn (map)
Tickets: $7.00 (reserve here)


Starting in a few weeks, just like how Moses freed the Israelites, we’ll be hosting our very own monthly variety show at the UCB Theatre. In addition to premiering a brand-new never-before-seen video at this show, we’ve asked all our guests to bring completely new stuff also, so even if you’ve seen every single performer on the docket, we can guarantee you haven’t seen a second of the fresh material that will be on display at this Saturday night comedy extravaganza. New sketches, new stand-up, new videos, new music. VERY FRESH!

Confirmed guests include Kristen Schaal, Jesse Novak, Eric André, and BUFFOONS. Other comedians TBA.

Saturday, Apr 21, 2007 12:00 AM (so, technically Sunday)
at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre
307 W. 26th St., New York (map)
Tickets: $5.00 (reserve here)

7 Comments on “Get Your Religion On”

  1. Caleb Says:


  2. kevin Says:

    how long will your act at the church be?

  3. Raphael Says:

    30 minutes us, about an hour and a half total.

  4. Dan Says:

    What did you guys settle on for a show name?

    damn….. you future fish girl!!!


  5. Anomalous Says:

    One day I will be in NY to see you live. One day.

  6. sarah hayley Says:

    It was something like that, with future Phish girls. I think Damn it!/Damn it… was left out of the final title, sadly.

  7. Parvaneh Says:

    Awesome. Reggie Watts is pretty good friends with my brother and he is hi-laarious. Hope it was a good show! I would really have loved to have seen it.