High Voltage: The Simple Simples/Scot Nery/Kaytee Lynn

Comedy · electric lodge · Ages 10+ · United States of America

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The Electric Lodge presents…

THE SIMPLE SIMPLES
SCOT NERY
& KAYTEE LYNN

to our High Voltage series for a night of physical comedy!

February 5th, 2016 / 8:30 pm doors / 9pm show
$5 suggested donation

Arrive early! We are expecting a large audience for this event!

High Voltage is a montly performance/installation/happening late night series produced by the Electric Lodge. Now in its third year, High Voltage coincides with Venice’s “First Fridays” event on Abbot Kinney, and is free to the public. High Voltage offers new opportunities for both emerging and established L.A.-based artists to present developing work. An ideal series for artists/companies working within or across all disciplines – dance, performance, theatre, music, circus, spoken word. High Voltage seeks cutting-edge performers who are committed to pushing the boundaries and creating innovative work. The performances are minimal tech, in a “pop-up” fashion and take place in our large street-level dance studio/gallery space.
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February artists:

Wet the Hippo Collective Presents
The Simple Simples
Directed by John Gilkey
Starring: Max Baumgarten, Tim Reid, Gemma Soldati, Tyler Watson, Eli Weinberg and Michael Lieberman on Viola
http://www.wetthehippo.com/

Scot Nery
Scot Nery is a renowned juggler, comedian, contortionist, performance artist, and host of Boobie Trap. The great Robin Williams called Scot "splendidly surreal.” Scot has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and in the hit horror spoof Scary Movie 5. He is a featured performer for Cirque-a-Palooza, produced and directed by Stefan Haves, a director for seven Cirque du Soleil productions who calls Scot “sensational in every way.”
http://jugglegood.com/

Kaytee Lynn
Kaytee Lynn is a graduate of the Clown Conservatory at the Circus Center in San Francisco. She has also attended the American Institute of Comedy and Lili’s School for Wayward Girls. She’s performed in comedy clubs and variety shows all over the Midwest, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas. Currently she is working on completing an autobiographical performance art play called Letter’s to the Parole Board, a story of her struggle for freedom. Kaytee resides in Venice Beach and hopes to someday cohabitate with a West African river 55 gallon biotope fish tank.
http://www.facebook.com/HelloKayteeLynn

Email [email protected] for information on how to submit to High Voltage ~

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