Saturday, March 2, 2013
Saturday, March 2 at 4pm in the ACT Theatre (700 Union Street), the Sarcastic Voyage podcast will host its fourth annual live comedy event. This show is free of charge. It will consist of about an hour of riffing, prepared sketches and an extended audience Q&A segment.
The Sarcastic Voyage podcast is a unique blend of casual comedic discussion, sketches and audience interaction. Based in Seattle, Sarcastic Voyage has produced over 150 episodes, acclaimed viral YouTube videos (racking up 12,000 hits in under a week) and has built a gradually increasing audience of devoted listeners.
It follows in the comedic traditions and sensibilities of the BBC's QI, early David Letterman, Arrested Development, John Hodgman, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Whose Line is it Anyway?, Paul F. Tompkins and Mitchell & Webb.
Its hosts, Ron "AAlgar" Watt and Matt Rowbotham, are unapologetic nerds, but have worked hard to maintain a show that is accessible to audiences beyond their sometimes non-inclusive subculture. May contain adult language and themes.
More information (and the podcast itself) can be found at sarcasticvoyage.com.