the mary dolan show is 4th fridays in los angeles!
The Mary Dolan Show is at Open Space on Fairfax the 4th Friday of every month! We are very pleased with this residency and can't wait to almost burn it down on a regular basis!
Open Space is at 457 N. Fairfax and our next show is FRIDAY, MAY 27th! Doors at 7:30pm/show at 8pm. Tickets are $10 cash at the door, and parking is kind of a bitch, so get your life together and get over there early! This month's guests:
stand up by Riley Silverman
burlesque by Burgandy Kate
sick beats by Zach Sherwin
puppet co-hosting with REGGIE
and music by
The Mary Dolan Show, hosted by outrageous 86-year-old ex-vaudevillian Mary Dolan is an irreverent and surprising twist on the live comedy format. Combining top-notch stand-ups, music, surprise acts, and Johnny Carson style interviews, Mary brings the audience on a ride "if for nothing else than to get their money's worth!" Called "heroic defiance of good taste" by Boston's Weekly Dig, The Mary Dolan Show is now LA's weirdest, wildest live monthly show!
(Creator, Producer, Host) is "fearless onstage... subversive and versatile." (WBUR.org) and was recently named one of AfterEllen.com's 50 Hot Women in Comedy. As character Mary Dolan, Petey has toured festivals in London, Toronto, Boston, New York City, and co-produces, co-writes, and stars in Meals With Mary, a comedy cooking webseries. When not in character, you can catch Petey training at the Groundlings, improvising with Side Effects Improv, or teaching storywriting with the Story Pirates.
(Producer/Head Writer/Puppeteer) is a graduate of the University of Amherst with a degree in theater and film. After performing for years in the Boston music and comedy scene, Sean moved to LA where he trained at UCB, The Groundlings, and graduated from the Second City Conservatory. In addition to the Mary Dolan Show, he can be seen as half of the comedy duo George & Vallury or in the on-going web-series, Lovebirds: In Bed with Sean & Em.
our writing team
is amazing! They are Tim Vargulish, Maria Ciampa, Ahmed Bharoocha, Petey Gibson, and head writer Sean George. Music by Maxwell Butler.