Date(s) - Mar 16 - 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Jake Goldman got up onstage to tell jokes for the first time when he was just 18. He wore a gaudy Hawaiian shirt, a straw hat, and cargo shorts. It did not go well.
Almost two decades later, Goldman is still kicking and telling jokes and he’s set to record his first-ever live album—though, he ditched the shirt and hat long ago.
On March 15th and 16th at 8PM, Goldman will record an hour of jokes, stories, and character monologues—material that spans nearly twenty years. The album, which will be available this summer on digital platforms like Bandcamp, can be pre-ordered at the show.
Goldman’s style mixes readings of wild, fictional stories like “Big Sad Taco Greg,” and “The Boy Who Wished For Gills,” absurdist one-liners, character monologues, and sketches like Existential Despair, a game show where there are no winners, because everything is futile.
So come on out and see an hour of comedy, backed by almost 20 years of ups, downs, sideways, and other directions you didn’t even know about.
Runs: Saturday at 8pm [Doors open at 7:15pm]
Run Time: 1 hour
*All tickets paid for at the door.
Cash or credit accepted.
Reservations are recommended, although we try to seat everyone we can’t always guarantee seats will be available at the door on the night of the show. Making a reservation is fast and easy and guarantees your spot!
Get your tickets at the door. Doors open at 7pm