Friday, 16 Dec 2016, 08:00pm - 10:00pm
An Emmy Award-winning TV writer, Dan Harmon is most famous for creating cult comedy shows Community and Rick and Morty. After getting fired from his own show, Community, in its third season (he was brought back for its celebrated fifth), he turned his attention to his live comedy show and podcast, Harmontown. The weekly show – co-hosted in LA by Jeff B. Davis and featuring a stable of hilarious, sometimes eccentric regular guests – has earned a devoted international fan-base, and is the subject of the celebrated Harmontown documentary.
Unscripted, unpredictable and sometimes unhinged, it’s a show where stand-up meets self-help and star cameos are squeezed in between live Dungeons & Dragons sessions. At the centre of the show is Harmon himself: a man with a rare genius for storytelling and a sense of humour that teeters at the edge of self-immolation.
At the Comedy Theatre in December, Harmon will be joined by Davis as well as much-loved series regular Spencer Crittenden. Join us for a night of fast, loose and unruly comedy with the Harmontown crew.
Dan Harmon is the Emmy winning creator/executive producer of the comedy series Community as well as the co-creator/executive producer of Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty. Harmon’s pursuit of minimal work for maximum reward took him from stand-up to improv to sketch comedy, then finally to Los Angeles... Read more
Spencer Crittenden is a writer/producer from Moorpark, California. Growing up in the shade of Hollywood, Spencer Crittenden toiled in the back rooms of an Apple Store until a freak podcast appearance transformed Crittenden from audience member to podcast regular on Harmontown, a liquor fuelled, rant... Read more
Jeff B. Davis is an actor and comedian from Los Angeles. His TV credits include Whose Line Is it, Anyway?, Happy Family, The Sarah Silverman Show and Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show . His career began at age four, starring as Linus in a terribly ill-advised, all-children pro... Read more
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