Performing in Asia is always an adventure. Escaping the authorities, alcohol-fueled amnesia, gigs gone sideways.
The comics I shared these adventures with had, until recently, all lived there. But now, we congregate back in America for a night of reunited regaling of recollected roguery!
My buddy Turner Sparks, who was once the ice cream king of Suzhou, and the co-founder of Kung Fu Komedy in China, now has a recurring KFK show in New York. Catch me on his Lost In America podcast this Wednesday, August 09, just before the show.
On the evening’s live show, you’ll be able to hear from all these crazy bastards who once lived in Asia: Turner, Gus Tate, Sean Hebert, Robert Andrew and Ryan Hynek. (Okay, Ryan still lives there.)
*Side note about Gus: I was walking around Beijing’s Forbidden City with him a few years ago when we were repeated stopped by Chinese people asking me for permission to photograph “my white guy.” Ha haaaaa good times.
Best of all, the show is free (1 drink minimum). But space is extremely limited, so HIT UP THIS LINK NOW TO RESERVE SEATS.
Trust me. We’ve all got some crazy stories to tell you.