Archive for March, 2019

Phil gives you your Marching orders

Thursday, March 21st, 2019

So many performances happening in March!

Let’s start with Escape From Godot.

“Both audacious and irreverent at the same time…their piece works on so many levels…one experience you won’t to wait on.” –noproscenium.com
Hold on to your bowler hats–it’s back! The hit escape room / immersive theatre piece that wowed the Hollywood Fringe Festival last summer returns for a full month of performances. Now thru Mar 24 on Fri-Sat-Sun nights, at the Yard Theatre in the LA City College neighborhood (kinda East Hollywood). I’m generally in the Friday shows at 6 and 9 (along with my hilarious wife Silvie); shoot me an email if you want to check on specific shows.

For tickets and info, go here. (For a $5 discount, use the code ENDGAME.) To read a great review, go here.

 

 

Give Peace a Chance


My first YouTube video in years!
I joined many other folk musicians across the country in singing “Give Peace a Chance” simultaneously from our beds, to honor the 50th anniversary of John and Yoko doing exactly that.
To see the video, go here, or search for “PhilWardComedy” on YouTube.
#givefolkachance

 

Up Late with Adam Fisher


(the completely improvised late-night-TV-style-talk-show-on-a-stage)
is back, and Silvie and I are gonna be musical guest stars on March 30 at 10:30pm, at Impro in Los Feliz.
For info, the show’s Facebook page is here. For tickets, go here.
@UpLateWithAdam

 

The Alita Experience


(a live immersive experience based on the hit movie)
is still running and I’m still in it. Great fun if you like running around playing games in the year 2563. I’m typically there Saturday and Sunday afternoons.
To read all about it, click on the artwork above. For tickets, click here.