The Bentzen Ball presents
featuring Jenny Slate, Max Silvestri, and Gabe Liedman
Sat, October 28, 2017
Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm
The Lincoln Theatre
BYT invites you to The 9th Annual Bentzen Ball Comedy Festival, curated by Tig Notaro! Join us for a special edition of Big Terrific! In 2008, Gabe Liedman, Jenny Slate, and Max Silvestri started a weekly comedy show in Brooklyn that was eventually declared the city’s best by the likes of New York Magazine and Time Out. Last year, Big Terrific sold out back to back shows at the New York Comedy Festival. In addition to bringing other comics to new light, the trio have crafted big careers of their own. Check out more Bentzen Ball shows at http://www.bentzenball.com
Show starts at 10:00 PM
Jenny Slate is an acclaimed actress, writer, and stand-up comedian best known for her Critics Choice Award winning performance in Obvious Child. Jenny has also appeared on SNL, Parks and Rec, Bob’s Burgers, The Kroll Show, House of Lies and Hello Ladies. Jenny is the writer and star of the children’s book and films; Marcel The Shell. Jenny was also in two major films this year, Landline and Despicable Me 3, and is currently filming another movie.
Max is a writer / actor / comedian / host who tours regularly with John Mulaney. As an actor he has appeared in The Good Place, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Broad City, Table 19 with Anna Kendrick, and The Divorce Party. Max was the host of Bravo’s comedic cooking competition ‘Recipe for Deception,’ his third straight-to-series television show and released his debut album King Piglet to critical acclaim at the end of 2014. Max has a pilot at NBC and another pilot at Amazon, both of which he will executive produce and write, and he will star in the program for Amazon.
Gabe Liedman is a comedian whom you've seen on Comedy Central, or heard on 'Bob's Burgers,' as well as various great podcasts. He's also a writer, whose jokes have been seen or heard on 'Inside Amy Schumer,' 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine,' and 'Broad City.' He's a ton of fun and you're going to love him.
The Lincoln Theatre
1215 U Street NW
Washington, DC, 20009