Dead Meet (Live Show)

Dead Meet (Live Show)

Jaime Lutz, Maggie Widdoes, Nicole Silverberg, Keisha Zollar, James Dwyer

Sun · April 29, 2018

Doors: 7:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$6 Advance / $10 Day of Show

This event is 21 and over

**PLEASE NOTE: This event will be mixed seated/standing. Arrive early for best seat selection.

*Individual performer appearances subject to change without notice.

Dead Meet (Live Show)
Dead Meet (Live Show)
Dead Meet Live

Ruth Michaels Ginsberg (Maggie Widdoes, UCB) and Tonya Plank (Jaime Lutz, UCB, Bride of Murdery Heights) aren't just MILF-y suburban dog groomers: they are mediums who can, and will, talk to ghosts, played by your favorite comedians in this live version of the podcast Dead Meet.
Jaime Lutz
Jaime Lutz
Jaime Lutz is a writer and fact-checker for HQ Trivia, a comedic game show that attracts millions of viewers each episode. She is an improviser on Blush, formerly a house team at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. Her thirty minute sketch show "The Bride of Murdery Heights" ran for six months at UCB and is being adapted into a film. She also co-hosts the podcast Dead Meet as the character "Tonya Plank."

Her writing has appeared in outlets including Glamour, Above Average, Time Out New York, New York Magazine, Bustle, ABC News, The Boston Globe, Splitsider, Someecards, The Star-Ledger, Brooklyn Paper, WCVB-TV, and WBUR. She has a special love for obituaries, because life is a competition to be the last person standing!

She has performed sketch, improv and character comedy at the New York City Improv Festival, the Del Close Marathon, The Los Angeles Improv Comedy Festival, and in performance spaces all across the city.
Maggie Widdoes
Maggie Widdoes
Maggie is a comedian, actor, and writer based in Brooklyn. She is a member of former UCB house improv team Blush, and has traveled the country and greater NYC Metro area to perform as an improviser. On her improvised comedy podcast ‘Dead Meet’ she co-hosts as the character Ruth Michaels Ginsberg.

In the online world, she has been featured on The Scene, Funny or Die, Above Average, Reductress, Huffington Post, and more. In real life, she can be found regularly performing stand up and improv throughout the city. Some past shows include Sketch Cram!, The Kevin McDonald Show, A Big Dumb Thing, Drunk Science, SUP! Showcase, and several others, as well as co-host of the live variety show Max & Mag.
Nicole Silverberg
Nicole Silverberg
Nicole Silverberg is a comedian and writer for Full Frontal with Samantha Bee. She is editor-at-large at Reductress, where she also co-writes and co-hosts their podcast Mouth Time. Nicole was named one of the 50 Funniest People in Brooklyn by Brooklyn Magazine.
Keisha Zollar
Keisha Zollar
Keisha Zollar is an actress-comedienne who is currently a staff writer on The Opposition with Jordan Klepper and in 2017 wrapped on her third Comedy Central digital series as an actor and writer. She has been seen on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black, Comedy Central, Nightcap, Middle of the Night, The Today Show, CollegeHumor, TVLand, Funny or Die, IAF.tv, Above Average, MSNBC, MTV, and UCBComedy. As an actress Keisha played the role of Sarah in Believe Her, a short about the moments after sexual assault (wrapped Oct. 2017). In addition, her comedy group Astronomy Club has a web series with Comedy Central dropping in late 2017. She has been featured by Glamour magazine, Fast Company, Paste magazine, etc, and has written for Bitch Flicks, FemSplain, and more.
James Dwyer
James Dwyer
James Dwyer is a comedian, actor and writer who lives and performs in New York City.

James is a graduate of Rutgers University with a degree in Economics which he has put to good use in his career as a comedian.

James is a regular performer and teacher at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Chelsea. He performs there each Friday night with The Law Firm. Every third Wednesday he hosts A Big Dumb Thing with Jackie Jennings. Previous shows have included "Steve Harvey's Escape the Room", "A Live Staged Reading of the August 29th, 1998 Episode of MADtv" and "The Audit: An Improvised Experience starring L Ron Hubbard & David Miscavige". He has also performed in dozens of other shows around the city including Dorothy Goes To Hollywood, Theme Party, The Macaulay Culkin Show, and Jo Firestone's Unexpectashow among others.

You can also catch James on the recent Netflix comedy Master of None, Hulu's Difficult People, HBO's Vinyl and lurking around in national commercial campaigns.
Venue Information:
Union Hall - Brooklyn
702 Union Street
Brooklyn, NY, 11215
http://www.unionhallny.com/