Mike Birbiglia: "Thank God For Jokes" on March 16–April 7
The Lynn Redgrave Theater
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In a Nutshell
Friendly, honest, self-deprecating comic known for his storytelling style of comedy lights the stage with anecdotes from his new show
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Mike Birbiglia has been a storytelling fixture in the standup world since his Comedy Central specials and albums, such as Two Drink Mike and My Secret Public Journal Live, started earning critic’s reviews that just contained “Hahaha” over and over again. A medically diagnosed somnambulist who wears mittens to bed, Birbiglia wrote and starred in a one-man show called Sleepwalk with Me, which premiered off-Broadway in 2008. Those rolling in the aisles included one Ira Glass, who after featuring Birbiglia on multiple This American Life episodes co-produced a star-studded film adaptation of the work. Since then, Birbiglia has continued to release critically acclaimed comedy albums, begun serving as a panelist on Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!, and created his brand new one-man show, Thank God for Jokes.
Reviews and Acclaim
New York Times Critics’ Pick: “This isn’t just an enjoyable performance; it’s also an admirable piece of writing, so funny and yet so smart.”
Vulture: “… the funniest comedy of Birbiglia’s career.”
Gothamist: “… uproariously funny, marvelously absurd, and intellectually satisfying.”