Sunday 4/21 12:00 pm

90 min

18+

The Peoples Improv Theater proudly announces the 10TH ANNUAL SOLOCOM!
SOLOCOM NYC has launched over 400 new solo comedies that have gone on to longer runs, tours and festivals around the world (including the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.) 
SOLOCOM NYC is a festival of new solo work. All shows presented are 75% – 100% new material, and are created specifically for the festival. SOLOCOM’s goal is to push artists to create a show that is meaningful, personal and to follow the fear.

 

FESTIVAL PASSES ARE AVAILABLE HERE!

 

Valarie Apperson/ Cults & Cyber Subversion – A Variety Show
A fluid mix of songs from my album Figurine by Fair Voyeur and jokes from my 5-6 years of standup comedy in between the jokes to symbolize my migration from a musician breaking out of a cult and marriage to her groomer…
…to the type of person who dares to infiltrate the top cybersecurity executives of the world and distribute a TOTALLY FICTIONAL 5 page script about a girl who leads the charge in an army that hacks a Presidential candidate’s hotel empire (which I would ask Shawn to read with me) and shits ALLL over her former groomer with tight punchlines.

 

Chere Krakovsky/ Artist
Somewhere between Art and Improve

 

James Crowley/ James Crowley: Almost Famous
James Crowley dreamed of being a music journalist from the age that he realized that he wasn’t talented enough to be in a band. During his years as a fan and writer, he had his fair share of crazy experiences covering the music world, specifically punk rock, where he felt most at home. Almost Famous is about the connection that you can have with a community, while experiencing hijinks along the way. From dealing with mean fellow concertgoers to almost falling in love in a moshpit, James shares hilarious concert stories from his journey.

 

Agustin Reyes/ Awake of Consciousness
Agustin bring to life the experience of an Alien who took the form of a human as exchange student from another planet. His character is about to go back to his planet but before leaving he is giving a speech about the reflection of living among humans and having to deal with being a human. What has he learned? Does he recommend to other aliens to come to earth? What advice does he give humans to live a better life in Earth?

 

Calendar for SOLOCOM NYC 2024: Apperson/Krakovsky/Crowley/Reyes

Location

The PIT Loft

154 W. 29th St., New York, NY, 10001