The Bentzen Ball presents
How Did This Get Made? Live
featuring Paul Scheer / June Diane Raphael / Jason Mantzoukas
Fri, October 27, 2017
Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 6:00 pm
The Lincoln Theatre
$35.00 - $40.00
Doors for the Howling 2 screening bundle open at 6PM. If you're only attending the show, doors will open at 8PM
BYT invites you to The 9th Annual Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival, curated by Tig Notaro! Join us for a special edition of How Did This Get Made Live! where Paul, June, and Jason will give us an in-depth analysis of the cinematic gem Howling II: ...You Sister Is a Werewolf. Upgrade your show ticket for $5 to get access to a pre-show screening of the film, plus get first dibs on seats. Check out more Bentzen Ball shows at http://www.bentzenball.comhttp://www.impconcerts.com/event/1544330/
With over 160 episodes, past guests have included Adam Scott, Amy Schumer, Nick Kroll, Patton Oswalt, Whitney Cummings, Illana Glazer, Abbi Jacobson, Gillian Jacobs, Vanilla Ice, Chris Hardwick, Chelsea Peretti, Pete Davidson, Kumail Nanjani, Scott Aukerman and many more.
Every episode features the deconstruction and mockery of one particular film such as ‘Surf Ninjas’, ‘XXX: Return of Xander Cage’, ’The Room’, and the entire ’Fast and Furious’ franchise.
With sold out shows across the country, each live episode is truly unique as the audience gets to play a part in the show by asking questions of the hosts and coming up with impromptu songs for segments of the show and seeing one of a kind clips.
HOW DID THIS GET MADE? has been voted "The Best Comedy Podcast" by LA Weekly, one of Vogue's 'Best Podcasts to Listen to Now’, one of TIME Magazine’s ’50 Best Podcasts’, one of Entertainment Weekly's '15 Podcasts That Will Give You A Break From Reality’, one of Vulture's 'Funny and Fascinating Podcasts”, one of Backstage's 'Podcasts to Inspire and Entertain You’, as well as being listed as one of the Top Film podcast’s in The Washington Post and is also consistently one of the Top 10 most downloaded comedy podcasts.
The Lincoln Theatre
1215 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009