Dr. Gameshow LIVE w/ Daniel Kibblesmith

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Date: 
09/24/2019 - 19:00 - 21:00
Show: 
City: 
New York
Venue Name: 
Housing Works Bookstore Cafe & Bar

Jo Firestone & Manolo Moreno host a live edition of their cult-fave podcast Dr. Gameshow, with guest Daniel Kibblesmith!

Every other Wednesday, the totally delightful Firestone & Moreno play original listener-created games with their comedian friends and callers from all over the world.

At this special live show, Jo, Manolo and their guest Daniel Kibblesmith (writer, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert; Marvel's Loki) will struggle through outrageous family-friendly games, played regardless of quality or content. You, the audience, will get to play along in-person! GET TICKETS HERE

You can submit your game show ideas to drgameshow@gmail.com

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Jo Firestone is a Brooklyn-based comedian whose work can be seen on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Joe Pera Talks With You, The Chris Gethard Show, and heard on MaxFun, Earwolf, and WFMU. Her half hour special aired on Comedy Central in 2016, and her album, "The Hits" is available now on Comedy Central Records. If you like puns, check out her game, Punderdome: A Card Game for Pun Lovers.

Manolo Moreno is a Pennsylvania-born Filipino American comedian/animator/writer who has performed at places like Gotham Comedy Club, Union Hall, Littlefield, Triple Crown, and DaF Festival; and has had work featured in places like Vulture, Abrams, IFC, Comedy Central, New York Television Festival, Red Hot Video Funtime, and the Sundance Film Festival; and was written up in Karate Magazine's 2016 "A List Of 5 Comedians I Know Personally."

Daniel Kibblesmith is an Emmy-Nominated writer for The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, and the writer of "Loki" (2019) and other titles for Marvel Comics. He's also the author of picture books like "Santa's Husband" (2017) and the upcoming, "Princess Dinosaur" (2020), and the co-author of humor book, "How To Win At Everything," (2013). His humor writing can be seen in places like The New Yorker, ClickHole, and McSweeney's, or heard on APM's Marketplace. He works and lives in New York with his favorite author, Jennifer Wright. He does not have a podcast.