Question: What are you doing this Friday night? Answer: Going to see Martin Starr’s live Comedy Western radio play, The Bad, the Sad, and the Broken-Hearted! If you enjoyed Starr’s work on screen in anything from Freaks and Geeks to Silicon Valley, then do yourself a favor and show your support as Starr directs this play written by Elena Pavli.
Produced by Tamar Teifeld with live music by Jordan Katz, The Bad, the Sad, and the Broken-Hearted is described as “Greek tragedy meets slapstick comedy when Missy and her Chorus of Prostitutes spout wisdoms old and new as they battle love, loss and loneliness in the Wild West.”
If the above-mentioned talents aren’t enough to get you interested, then you might be motivated by the cast, which includes Paul Scheer, Kumail Nanjiani, Joe Lo Truglio, Beth Dover, Jocelyn DoBoer, Dina Shihabi, Spencer Treat Clark, Noah Segan, David Menkin, Alexia Pavli, and other surprise guests you won’t want to miss! We can’t share with you just who those guests might be, but let’s just say we’re confident they won’t disappoint.
The Bad, the Sad, and the Broken-Hearted plays this Friday, October 23rd at 8pm at the Steve Allen Theater (4773 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90027) in a one-night-only benefit show! Get your tickets here!