featuring Tony Camin, Rob Cantrell and Bruce Cherry
Friday, Jan 20, 2012 8:00 PM EST
The Bell House, Brooklyn, NY
21 years and over
The Marijuana-Logues played Off-Broadway from March 18, 2004, through March 27th, 2005 at the legendary Actors' Playhouse in the West Village. written by Arj Barker, Doug Benson and Tony Camin, directed by Jim Millan. This version of the show featuring Tony Camin, Rob Cantrell and Bruce Cherry, has been touring since 2008 to "high" praise.
Told from all points of view from hazy to highbrow, THE MARIJUANA-LOGUES never loses the pot...er point, demonstrating that the stories surrounding the bud are as varied as those who indulge. THE MARIJUANA-LOGUES sets herb centerstage, delving into fact and fiction, myths and misnomers alike. Not since the 60s has there been such an exploration of this oft-taboo but totally titillating topic. The Marijuana-Logues is available on Comdy Central records and Crown paperback books.
"Premium quality nuggets." – Entertainment Weekly
"A good time, man…consistently funny" – Newsday
"It's a rare example of hipster comedy that truly gets the last laugh." – New York Press
"The Marijuana-Logues is sweeping America off its couch…is guaranteed to be a hit. The very existence of this show is a promising sign." – High Times
TONY CAMIN: Tony has appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Real Time with Bill Maher, and lots of others that have been cancelled. He's has performed at The Just For Laughs festival in Montreal as well as The HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, as well as the Melbourne Comedy festival in Australia. Tony has written for programs on NBC, VH1, and Comedy Central. In addition to being co-creator/ performer of "The Marijuana-Logues", he can also be seen as a correspondent for "The Media Project", on IFC.
ROB CANTRELL: Rob Cantrell has appeared on CBS, NBC, VH1 and Comedy Central. His 2005 documentary/performance "Metaphysical Graffiti - A Road Movie" was screened at the Cannes Film Festival. His cannabis cult-like following has lead him blog for "High Times Magazine". Rob was also a top 10 finalist on the the first season of NBC's Last Comic Standing. When not on the road, Rob can be found in New York City performing at clubs, theaters, and improv venues.
BRUCE CHERRY: Bruce Cherry was a staff writer for Air America radio network starting from its launch in 2003, and currently writes for Air American alumni Randi Rhodes on Premiere Radio Network. He has also been a staff writer for Comedy Central’s “Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn,” Court TV’s “Snap Judgment,” “The Durst Amendment” on PBS, and a contributing writer to “The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn.” He has appeared on Comedy Central, and on the VH1 series “My Coolest Year: The Dirty Hippies” and “Awesomely Bad Songs.” He has also appeared as an actor in roles ranging from “Man at Bus Stop” to “Man at Subway Stop.” And millions of South Koreans know him as “the guy in the BBQ ads.” He also won the New Yorker’s cartoon caption contest, so he’s not just a dumb stoner.
** Please note this event will be mixed seated & standing. Please arrive early for best seat selection.