STG &
Liz Donehue present
One Laugh at a Time
Featuring Nigel Larson, Daniel Carroll & Andy Gold
One Laugh at a Time
The Neptune Theatre
Thursday
July 20, 2017
The Neptune Theatre

1303 Northeast 45th Street

Seattle, WA 98105-4502

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Thursday
July 20, 2017
Doors at 7:00 pm
Event at 8:00 pm
FREE & Open to the Public
All Ages
GA Seating - first come, first seated

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STG & Liz Donehue Present ONE LAUGH AT A TIME at the Neptune July 20, 2017 as part of STG's free NIGHTS AT THE NEPTUNE series.

Liz Donehue grew up in Seattle where she wanted to do more than sleep on her mom’s couch and watch Ghost Adventures after graduating with a degree in Creative Writing. She moved to Minneapolis in 2011where she honed her humor at Acme Comedy Company and the Comedy Corner Underground. Less than a year into stand up, she was a finalist in Acme’s Funniest Person in the Twin Cities contest. She returned to Seattle in 2015 and created One Laugh at a Time, a comedy show featuring sober comedians performing for sober audience members.

 

One Laugh at a Time was created because the sober population is often times ignored when it comes to entertainment due to the fact that entertainment in our country is largely fueled by alcohol. The show seeks to bring comedy from sober comedians directly to the sober population in a way where they can enjoy this art form outside of venues that seek to have them drink.

 

Nigel Larson, teller of jokes, smoker of vape pens, guy you're generally okay with dating your daughter. A handsome devil who's travelled the world, and done stand-up for almost a decade performing in every conceivable venue. He's a smart cat with a crooked smile, a leather jacket and a way of seeing life from a different perspective. So why don't you come sit a spell, sip a scotch and listen.

 

Daniel Carroll has been doing comedy since 2005.  He's performed at the Moore and Paramount theaters, done several competitions and festivals, and opened for dozens of seriously famous comedians.  Basically this show is beneath him and he'll probably phone most of it in.  He's been called a "cocky strokes-looking motherfucker" an "oddly charming asshole" and a "prick" in various newspaper articles. He's lived in Seattle, New York, LA, and his car.  Long story.

 

Andy Gold lives in LA and writes and really good jokes. The winner of the Salt Lake Comedy Festival, Andy has also been accepted in festivals and competitions all over the country, including the Boston Comedy Festival, Ventura Comedy Festival, Rocky Mountain Laugh Off, San Diego Comedy Festival, Laugh Your Ashville Off, Trial by Laughter Comedy Festival, Golden Spike Comedy Festival and Idaho Laugh Fest. Andy draws humor from all parts of his life, including his struggles with addiction. Which has made him a favorite on the recovery circuit, doing shows for recovery groups across the country. His really good jokes have also appeared on Comedy Time TV, Hulu, and Nick Mom (which is impressive since Andy is definitely not a mom). A prolific writer, Andy’s material runs the gamut from talking about being a recovering addict, to dating, to family, to working at his dad’s produce stand, and it’s all tied together by one thing, and one thing only: really big laughs. 

Special thanks to The Norcliffe Foundation for its ongoing support of Nights at The Neptune.

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