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    10/07/14

    10/21 - LOS ANGELES - Largo
    10/22 - SAN FRANCISCO - Cobb’s Comedy Club
    10/23 - ST. PAUL - Turf Club
    10/24 - MADISON, WI - Majestic Theatre
    10/25 - CHICAGO, IL - Laugh Factory
    11/13 - RALEIGH, NC - Lincoln Theatre
    11/14 - ASHEVILLE, NC - The Mill Room
    11/15 - CHARLESTON, SC - Theatre 99
    11/16 - ATLANTA, GA - Laughing Skull Lounge
    11/21 - PITTSBURGH, PA - Club Café
    11/22 - PHILADELPHIA, PA - The Trocadero
    11/23 - WASHINGTON, DC - Black Cat


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    09/22/14

    In one month (10/21), the good folks at Netflix will release Wyatt Cenac: Brooklyn. It’s not technically a sequel to Wyatt Cenac: Comedy Person, but it is the second stand up special that I have made. There will also be a limited edition vinyl pressing of that show which was recorded for ears and eyes in January at Union Hall.
    For those that like getting things early, a few copies of the vinyl record will be available this Saturday (9/27) at the Brooklyn Flea Record Fair at East River State Park. From 2-4PM, I’ll be taking over a part of the Other Music tent, where I’ll be appraising records with the skills learned in the above video.


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    09/22/14
    After losing most of his cash betting on monorail races, he attempted to win it all back in an underground poker game. 
He was feeling good, holding two pair, when former Seattle Supersonics’ mascot, Squatch pushed all of his chips to the center of the table.  The basketball crazy Bigfoot looked around, growled and then stifled a sneeze. 
“That sneeze,” he thought to himself. “Could that be the furry card shark’s tell?!”  
He would never find out because just as the river card was being dropped; local superhero, Phoenix Jones came crashing through the window and shut everything down.  

Needing money, but possessing no coffee brewing skills whatsoever… he decided he would do a show at The Barboza this Wednesday night. 


The Barboza
925 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
www.thebarboza.com

    After losing most of his cash betting on monorail races, he attempted to win it all back in an underground poker game.
    He was feeling good, holding two pair, when former Seattle Supersonics’ mascot, Squatch pushed all of his chips to the center of the table. The basketball crazy Bigfoot looked around, growled and then stifled a sneeze.
    “That sneeze,” he thought to himself. “Could that be the furry card shark’s tell?!”
    He would never find out because just as the river card was being dropped; local superhero, Phoenix Jones came crashing through the window and shut everything down.

    Needing money, but possessing no coffee brewing skills whatsoever… he decided he would do a show at The Barboza this Wednesday night.


    The Barboza
    925 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
    www.thebarboza.com


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    City Hopping


    09/08/14

    10/21 - LOS ANGELES - Largo
    10/22 - SAN FRANCISCO - Cobb’s Comedy Club
    10/23 - ST. PAUL - Turf Club
    10/24 - MADISON, WI - Majestic Theatre
    10/25 - CHICAGO, IL - Laugh Factory
    11/13 - RALEIGH, NC - Lincoln Theatre
    11/14 - ASHEVILLE, NC - The Mill Room
    11/15 - CHARLESTON, SC - Theatre 99
    11/16 - ATLANTA, GA - Laughing Skull Lounge
    11/21 - PITTSBURGH, PA - Club Café
    11/22 - PHILADELPHIA, PA - The Trocadero
    11/23 - WASHINGTON, DC - Black Cat


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    09/01/14
    9/24 - Seattle - The Barboza
    Jibber-jabbering into a microphone unless Phoenix Jones needs a sidekick. September 24th
    The Barboza
    1122 E. Pike St.

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    09/01/14
    9/12 - Portland - The Hawthorne Theatre

    ONE NIGHT ONLY
    Microphone based wandering, while searching for a Rod Strickland jersey and all the while hoping the crowd will not be filled with "Bill Walton dolls."
    The Hawthorne Theatre 1507 SE 39th Ave.


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    Making stuff up with Sasheer Zamata


    08/26/14

    For one night only. No rambling into a sound amplification device… just improvising and goofing off onstage with the very talented Sasheer Zamata.
    Friday September 5th at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (NY).
    Zamata & Cenac
    Tickets here and here and here.
    The Upright Citizens Brigade
    307 W 26th St New York, NY


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    08/19/14
    Adding to the tote bag collection...

    WBUR and NPR’s Robin Young hosts a night of comedy and music and other stuff that may or may not involve oysters at the Cape Playhouse in Dennis, Massachusetts. The historic theater where Bette Davis lost her eyes and Basil Rathbone first starred as Madea in “Madea Goes to Jail.”
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    WBUR & Friends
    The Cape Playhouse
    Location: 820 Massachusetts 6A, Dennis, MA 02638
    Show Date: Sunday, August 24
    Time: Show starts at 6 p.m.