‘Little Clown’ Does Something More Sketches Should
Written by and starring Wes Haney, directed by Doron Max Hagay, and featuring Ana Fabrega in a silent but memorable role, Little Clown grabbed my intention because of the risks it takes. What begins as a straight ahead sketch setup–guy buys weird clown art–pivots to offer ... [Read More]
‘Little Clown’ Does Something More Sketches Should
Written by and starring Wes Haney, directed by Doron Max Hagay, and featuring Ana Fabrega in a silent but memorable role, Little Clown grabbed my intention because of the risks it takes. What begins as a straight ahead sketch setup–guy buys weird clown art–pivots to offer ... [Read More]
‘Little Clown’ Does Something More Sketches Should
Written by and starring Wes Haney, directed by Doron Max Hagay, and featuring Ana Fabrega in a silent but memorable role, Little Clown grabbed my intention because of the risks it takes. What begins as a straight ahead sketch setup–guy buys weird clown art–pivots to offer ... [Read More]
@AnaFabregaGood on Characters Without Context and Coping with Post-Election Sadness
Ana Fabrega is a comedian in New York City. She produces, hosts, and performs at comedy venues and art spaces around the city. She hosts a monthly show the first Sunday of every month at 8pm at Over the Eight, and performs weekly on The Holy Fuck Comedy Hour and Michael Jordan Steakhouse at The [&he... [Read More]
@AnaFabregaGood on Characters Without Context and Coping with Post-Election Sadness
Ana Fabrega is a comedian in New York City. She produces, hosts, and performs at comedy venues and art spaces around the city. She hosts a monthly show the first Sunday of every month at 8pm at Over the Eight, and performs weekly on The Holy Fuck Comedy Hour and Michael Jordan Steakhouse at The [&he... [Read More]
This Week in Web Videos: ‘Jana & Shasta’
The comedic timing allowed by mockumentaries is so addictive because it’s so natural. When the form is strong it, maybe more than any other comedy style, seems truly real. If you’re into squirm humor, as so many are now, consuming this kind of thing becomes the comedy... [Read More]
Brett Davis wins 2015 Andy Kaufman Award
Andy Kaufman never got to see Stanley Kubrick's Eyes Wide Shut, but if he had, perhaps the late great performer would have served up a tribute similar to what Brett Davis produced on Sunday night, when Davis won the 11th annual Andy Kaufman Award. Davis actually employed some of his competitors for ... [Read More]