MAKE US LAUGH FUNNY BOY!
Greg Behrendt Little Room Disaster! takes over the cozy space for "comedy, music, pathos, innuendo and a surprise guest!" Behrendt's guests include Andrew Donnelly, Al Madrigal, Chris Fairbanks and Paul Doucette.
LAW: Why call the show "Disaster"?
It keeps people's expectations nice and low, because the original title was The Greatest Show Ever Put On By Human People! The idea is that everyone performing takes some kind of risk, and it's not just stand-up but also live music, sketches, music criticism and social commentary.
If your comedy were a musical genre, what would it be?
Light alternative ska.
You seem too well-adjusted to be a comic. Comment?
Too well-dressed maybe, but I'm a freaking mess!
What do you do all day when you're on the road?
Dream about some day being bored and alone in a hotel room far, far away from my family, and then I wake up and realize all my dreams have come true. And that I've wet the bed. â¨
Does your act have a " Margaritaville " that your fans demand you do onstage? â¨
People seem to like "Crybaby Spiderman," "There Might Be Cake" and "99 Problems." Oh, wait, the last one is a Jay-Z joke. â¨
What's the funniest thing about L.A? â¨
The Silver Lake bearded 20-something. Come ashore maritime man, show the world your tiny pores. â¨
If you could call a moratorium on one overused stand-up premise, what would it be? â¨
I don't know, but I bet I have it in my act! â¨
What type of old man do you think you'll be? â¨
Well-dressed and very forgetful. â¨
Where do you go to be alone? â¨
My marriage! I'm kidding. Band practice. â¨
Proust section, Ã la Vanity Fair : When and where is your idea of perfect happiness? â¨
In bed with my wife by 6 p.m. on a Friday! â¨
The Little Room at Largo at the Coronet, 366 N. La Cienega Blvd.; Tues., Feb. 23, 9 p.m.; $25, includes 2 drinks. (310) 855-0350. –L.M.
Tue., Feb. 23, 9 p.m., 2010
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