Guest event: Deep Night with Dale

Guest event: Deep Night with Dale

Wed, March 14, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

The Slipper Room

New York, NY

$10 (advance online) / $12 (door) / $25 (reserved seating)

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Guest event: Deep Night with Dale
Guest event: Deep Night with Dale
Deep Night with Dale Live

Dolly Wells, Joan As Police Woman, Adina Verson, Courtney Fearrington, and Emily Panic

A talk show about the dark art of comedy hosted by otherworldly comedian and mystic, Dale Seever (aka James Bewley). On this live episode, Dale marks the end of his tenth season with an all-star roster of guests including Dolly Wells (Doll & Em, Portlandia); Joan As Police Woman (Damned Devotion); Adina Verson (Mozart in the Jungle, Indecent); Courtney Fearrington (The New Yorker, MTV2); and Emily Panic (Funny Or Die, Pitchfork). With music throughout by Ben Kling.
More info: www.deepnightshow.com

Deep Night Host:

Your guide through the Deep Night is the Dale Seever. Sporting a tight turtleneck and an owl-shaped amulet, Dale opens up a portal to an hour of regrets, revelations, and rising stars. Dale has performed across the country to sold-out halls and enthusiastic crowds in bars, basements, and theaters of every size. He also sells essential oils from the home. He's not real. James Bewley is real. He is a Brooklyn-based performer whose work has been presented as part of numerous comedy and storytelling shows across the country. Bewley trained at Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles and has made regular appearances at Joe’s Pub, Ars Nova, NYC Podfest, Hell Yes Fest, SF Sketchfest, Union Hall, Littlefield, and UCB NY among other fine venues.

Deep Night Guests:

DOLLY WELLS is an actor and writer who has appeared in numerous films and television projects. She co-wrote and starred in the critically-acclaimed HBO series Doll & Em (2014–15) with Emily Mortimer. Her other television roles include Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy (2012–14) and Blunt Talk (2015–16). She had memorable roles in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Bridget Jones Diary, and the sensational Alan Partridge: Welcome to the Places of My Life.

JOAN AS POLICE WOMAN is a singer-songwriter, musician, and producer. Over the last decade, she has released five acclaimed studio albums, one EP, a number of singles and a collection of covers. Throughout her career, she has pursued collaborations with other artists as a writer, performer and arranger including recent projects with Sufjan Stevens, John Cale, Justin Vivian Bond, RZA, Norah Jones and Daniel Johnston, and Domino Kirke. Her latest album, Damned Devotion has been called “edgily lascivious” by The Guardian and described by reviewers at Record Collector as “exquisite, tenderly fraught torch-soul songs of compulsion and regret.”

ADINA VERSON is a theatre artist based in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from the suburbs of Chicago and Kansas City, she moved east after high school to study musical theatre at the Boston Conservatory. After receiving her BFA, moving to New York City, and having a brief love affair with holistic medicine, Adina attended the Yale School of Drama's acting MFA program. Recently she appeared in the Tony-nominated production of Indecent by Paula Vogel. She portrays Maria Anna Mozart in the Amazon series Mozart in the Jungle and has also appeared on episodes of The Strain and Wormwood.

COURTNEY FEARRINGTON is a New York based comedian that has quickly become a fixture on the comedy scene with his likable personality and quick wit. He is the co-host of the popular series, Thug Passion Presents and Butterscotch Comedy. His work was recently featured in The New Yorker and he has appeared at comedy clubs and festivals all over the country, including the Bentzen Ball festival in Washington, DC. Along with touring, he has been heard on Sirius XM, syndicated radio, and has worked with comics from HBO, The Daily Show, Comedy Central, MTV, SNL, and many more.

EMILY PANIC is a writer, comedian, and musician whose work covering fashion, thrift stores, music festivals, and Beyoncé concerts has been featured on Funny or Die, Jezebel, Pitchfork, and other media outlets. She can be seen as the recurring character, Hard Melissa on Two Minutes to Late Night, the world’s first (and probably only) Heavy Metal late night talk show. She regularly performs stand up at top comedy shows throughout New York and Brooklyn.

BEN KLING is a Brooklyn-based musician, writer, animator, and performer whose work has been featured by Frederator Studios (Adventure Time, Fairly Odd Parents), CollegeHumor, and BustedTees. He is also a contributor to SparkNotes, TL;DR Wikipedia, and ClickHole.
Venue Information:
The Slipper Room
167 Orchard St
New York, NY, 10002
http://slipperroom.com