Guest event: Deep Night with Dale

Guest event: Deep Night with Dale

Wed, January 16, 2019

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

The Slipper Room

New York, NY

$10 (online advance) / $12 (at the 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

On Wednesday, January 16th, Deep Night with Dale returns to The Slipper Room for another live episode of the acclaimed talk show. “Completely unlike any other show taping today.”–AV CLUB. On this night, Dale welcomes actor Maria Dizzia (13 Reasons Why, Orange is the New Black); Katie Hannigan (The Late Show with Stephen Colbert); X Mayo (The Daily Show with Trevor Noah); and musician Vera Sola (Shades). With guest house band, CUSHIONS and movement from The Deep Night Dancers (96B Dance Theatre). Tickets $10/12.

About the Host
Your guide through the Deep Night is Dale Seever. In his black turtleneck and magical owl-shaped amulet, Dale invites audiences to join him in exploring the strange comedic energies of the cosmos. Dale has appeared across the country before enthusiastic crowds in bars, basements, and comedy festivals of every size. He is portrayed by Brooklyn-based comedian and writer, James Bewley who began his career in sketch comedy in San Francisco, trained at Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles, and has been a fixture of the New York scene for the last ten years. He is a recurring performer on Running Late with Scott Rogowsky and can be seen leading misguided meditations on the current season of The Special Without Brett Davis on cable access. As Dale he has performed at SF Sketchfest, Hell Yes Fest, RSVP at ARLO, Showgasm, Joe’s Pub, and ANT Fest at Ars Nova.

About the Guests
MARIA DIZZIA is an accomplished, award-winning actor. Her Broadway credits include In The Next Room by Sarah Ruhl (Tony nomination Featured Actress; Lincoln Center). Recent theater credits include If I Forget by Steven Levenson (Roundabount Theater Company), Belleville by Amy Herzog (Drama Desk Nomination; New York Theater Workshop, Yale Rep), Annie Baker's Uncle Vanya (Soho Rep), Drunken City by Adam Bock (Playwrights Horizons), and Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl (Second Stage, Yale Rep, Berkeley Rep). Outside of the United States, Maria has performed at The Gate Theater in London with The Civilians and at the Garasjen theater in Norway with Young Jean Lee's Theater Company. Maria’s television credits include: a recurring role on "Orange Is the New Black" (SAG Award, Outstanding Ensemble), "Newsroom," "Elementary," and "The Blacklist." Among her film roles are: Christine, Martha Marcy May Marlene (Gotham Film Award nomination, Best Ensemble), While We're Young, and Margin Call.

KATIE HANNIGAN is a New York City-based comedian who has appeared on The Travel Channel, Oxygen Network, and MTV. She made her late night television debut in 2018 on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Katie is a paid regular at New York Comedy Club, The Stand, Stand Up New York, Westside Comedy Club and Caroline’s, as well as some of NYC’s most popular alternative venues, such as The Knitting Factory and Littlefield. She’s written and produced original content for the History Channel, including a man on the street game show called Miss Information. Currently Katie hosts “Apocalypse” an apocalypse themed podcast covering historical cataclysmic scenarios, such as Chernobyl and the Tunguska Event, as well as the threat of “End Times” and its influence in pop culture. Katie has been featured at comedy festivals nationally including, The Laughing Skull Festival, Women in Comedy Festival, Woodstock Comedy Festival, The All Jane Comedy Festival, The Brooklyn Comedy Festival, The New York Comedy Festival, and the Red Clay Comedy Festival.

X MAYO is a performer and writer, who recently joined the writing staff of The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. She is originally from Los Angeles but now lives in New York City. She has studied at UCB since 2015. X is the creator and host of "Who Made The Potato Salad?, where a comedy show made in 24 hours, happens at a popping a** party. Known to sell-out, Who Made The Potato Salad only stars people of color and always includes a DJ, twerking and amazing comedy! You can also catch X on the Facebook Series "Strangers." X loves improvising with her team "Take It Personal" lead by Cipha Soundz. X is also on Harold Night with her house team "Too Damn Much" X is obsessed with 90's black sitcoms and in her mind she is Khadijah James.

VERA SOLA is a poet, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist. A drifter performing her own songs alone in and out of dark bars under various pseudonyms, Vera Sola toured and recorded with a variety of artists, for a long while accompanying singer-songwriter Elvis Perkins on the road. She has in turn collaborated on film scores and provided original music for theater and performance art. In early 2017, she experienced a total shift in relation to her voice and musicianship, and only then was she finally compelled to record and release her own songs. In the days following, hiding out in a studio in St. Louis, she wrote, arranged and performed all the parts on her upcoming LP 'Shades.' Sound making, for her, has always been like mediumship. A channeling. There is no template for what it should genre other than the strange night music within her, born more from intuition and surrender rather than any formal construction.

CUSHIONS is the wobbly bump'n grind art-ska music songs played by Kristin Worrall and Rob Erickson. Kristin Worrall is a performer, sound designer and pastry artist. She is a founding member of Nature Theater of Oklahoma and has performed in over 20 festivals around the world with them since 2003. Her sound work has been seen and heard at The Public Theater, Classic Stage Company, PS 122, The Wexner Center, New Ohio Theater, Incubator Arts, HERE, La Mama, 3LD, The Knitting Factory, The Conan O’Brien Show, the Food Network, and many others. Ms. Worrall is a Henry Hewes Design Nominee, a recipient of the A.R.T. New York Theater Grant for Sound Design, and is an alumni of the Lincoln Center’s Director’s Lab and the Watermill Center. Rob Erickson (lumberob) is a writer and a performer and a musician. He wrote and performed his first long-format solo piece, OFF THE HOZZLE, in residency at Dixon Place in 2008. He made music for Nature Theater of Oklahoma's obie-winning NO DICE ... and CHOREGRAPHIE as well. He designed sound for Laura Peterson Choreography's show, FOREVER, presented at DNA in 2009. In the past present future he has collaborated with Jad Fair, Kevin Blechdom, Blectum from Blechdom, PFFR, misnomer, Kramer, and Half Japanese. His old druggy punky twangy band was called Adult Rodeo which he founded with his wife, Stephanie Mankins in 1998. They made four full-length albums: the kissyface, TEXXXAS, long-range rapid-fire, and Tough Titty.

96B DANCE THEATRE embodies elements of surrealist movement, absurd humor, and contemporary dance forms. With roots in acting and movement improvisation, the work intends to dissolve barriers between audience and performer in order to create space for collective experience. The mission of the company's creative process is to engage in honest collaboration and conversation. 96B creates visceral works that are unique to various performance platforms, such as theater, film, gallery, and event spaces.
Venue Information:
The Slipper Room
167 Orchard St
New York, NY, 10002