Theater Tomorrow Night: A Very Weepy, Breast-Beaty Laff Hole
posted by March 25 at 12:42 PMon
Tomorrow, a little bit of Seattle comedy will die.
Scott Moran—one of the four founders of the People’s Republic of Komedy—will perform his final Laff Hole before moving to New York.
It’s the end of an era. Other promising young comedians have fled Seattle (godspeed, Hari Kondabolu), but PROK has been the center of gravity for the Seattle alternative comedy scene, which has given us Laff Hole and a bunch of other crap we like: Lo Ball, the Entertainment Show, Dartmondo, the Week of Fun, Get Lowded, and Blood Squad—which has the unprecedented distinction of being favorably reviewed by Lindy West, Cienna Madrid, Annie Wagner, and me. And we’re all bitches.
Anyway: Scott. He’s a charming, funny guy who looks good in a suit jacket and wears his age better than anybody else in the Seattle comedy scene—maybe anybody else in Seattle:
Laff Hole. Tomorrow night. Chop Suey. 8 pm. The end of an era.
And, finally, please enjoy this picture of the original “laff hole”: