Michael Showalter


Michael Showalter is a writer, director, actor and teacher, living with his wife Kalin in Los Angeles.  Michael is an original founding member “The State,” a sketch comedy troupe best known for their MTV series in the 90′s. He co-wrote and starred in the cult film “Wet Hot American Summer.” He is also one third (along with Michael Ian Black and David Wain) of the comedy trio “STELLA” which began as long running weekly nightclub show in Manhattan, and then became a TV series on Comedy Central. He wrote, directed and co-starred with Michelle Williams, Justin Theroux, and Elizabeth Banks in the romantic comedy “The Baxter.” Showalter also created and starred in the Comedy Central series Michael & Michael Have Issues with collaborator Michael Ian Black with whom he also shares a popular weekly podcast called “Topics.” Most recently Michael again collaborated on a feature film starring Paul Rudd and Amy Poehler “They Came Together” that will premiere this year at Sundance. He is currently a producer on the upcoming ABC show “Super Fun Night” starring Rebel Wilson and has a new book of humor out called, “Guys Can Be Cat Ladies Too”.

PERFORMANCE INFO:

RISK! with Kevin Allison / You’re Whole
Friday, January 31st, 7pm, Brava Theatre BUY TICKETS

Stella and Friends
Friday, January 31st, 10pm, Marines’ Memorial Theatre BUY TICKETS

Topics Podcast Live
Saturday, February 1st, 1pm, Brava Theatre BUY TICKETS

Wainy Days Live
Saturday February 1st, 7pm, Marines’ Memorial Theatre BUY TICKETS

Uptown Showdown Debate
Saturday, February 1st, 10pm, Marines’ Memorial Theatre BUY TICKETS