I’m very excited and grateful to be heading out to the Nantucket Screenwriters Colony for Episodic Comedy this month with my pilot Let’s Shop. If you’re going to the Nantucket Film Festival, come see a live reading of the Screenwriters Colony scripts on 6/22.
The lovely people of Chopping Block Comedy are performing a show full of my rejected sketches this weekend and interviewing me about writin’ stuff. I’m super excited; this is some wonderful weirdness from the past several years that I couldn’t convince anyone else to put on a stage.
Saturday, December 17 at 9:30 pm
The Pack Theater
6470 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA
Pay What You Can
I wrote a couple of sketches for this year’s LA Skins Fest Sketch Comedy Showcase. If you’re in LA, come check it out!
I have been doing several things! For example, building a cardboard town for this video I wrote for DJ Faucet:
Additionally, I have two new food articles up on Table Matters. One is on why you shouldn’t eat at Dunkin’ Donuts (with a recipe for the absolutely kick-ass homemade maple-frosted donuts you see above) and the other is about locally produced cookbooks from the 70s and 80s, with an awesome recipe for “The Ribsticker” and a terrifying recipe for Gumdrop Bread.
I’m premiering a solo sketch comedy show, All the Darkness in My Heart, on Monday, 1/16 at the Improv Comedy Lab (8162 Melrose Ave). Do not worry — this is not a “one person show,” even though it is technically performed by one person. I would not subject you to that crap. Rather, I will make you laugh with my comedy stylings.
The show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets are $5, and can be purchased online or at the door. Well, technically, at the box office around the corner from the door.
Still not convinced? Read this show description!
Open your heart to Meg Favreau, and she will fill it up with absurd, dark sketch comedy. Also, she will teach you the secrets to good health, (almost) eternal life, and other things that will currently remain secret but are totally worth learning. Warning: ONCE SHARED, THESE SECRETS CANNOT BE FORGOTTEN.
Meg’s work has been featured in the Chicago Sketchfest, Seattle Sketchfest, North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival, Boston Comedy Festival, and Boston Improv Festival, and her writing has appeared on publications including McSweeney’s, The Huffington Post, and The Big Jewel. One time she won an eating contest. This may or may not have anything to do with her show.
Directed by Brian James O’Connell.