In an age when many of us, if not most of us, are constantly struggling to accomplish everything, we’re often faced with the great challenge of what to do. Technological advances have, at first glance, made things easier but what if I told you they’ve also made things harder (Remember when we used to smile but now we plug our phone in)? Between modern challenges and basic needs it seems like we’re more weighed down than ever. Then this is the part where I state my inflammatory view that will make people mad, unless they agree in which case they can post this as evidence in support of their hard-to-support view (maybe it’s something about how I got off facebook and now my life is better than yours, or maybe it’s something racist or transphobic. I can’t decide yet but I’ll come back and fill that in later). So there you have it. I’ve come to this realization and I think the sooner everyone else does, we’ll all be a lot better off. Sure, it won’t end death, but it’s a start.
I'm a comedy writer/performer except I also happen to be a major talent. I've done some TV including, "Nurse Jackie," "Law & Order," and "Smash." I also co-created, wrote, and starred in my own lo-fi, cult-hit TV show "Jeffery & Cole Casserole" for two seasons. I'm currently appearing in Bridget Everett's show "Rock Bottom" at Joe's Pub as well as performing my monthly solo comedy show at the Duplex. I write all new material monthly. The show has been selling out every performance since last November and has been generating buzz and praise from a full-page spread in TimeOut New York" to a tweet from Lena Dunham. But don't let an uber successful, modern taste-maker decide that for you, COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
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