Another Hallomeme in the books! Thanks to everyone who attended HALLOMEME 3: THIS AGAIN and helped us put on one of our weirdest, wildest, and most interactive shows yet. Special shouts go out to our performers Sarah Jean Anderson, Fictional Friends improv, The Big Icky, and of course, comedy icon "Phyllis Diller":
Speaking of Phyllis, thanks to the folks at Michigan Comedy Co-op for putting her on at their Hahalloween show at The Loft alongside her good friend "Janeane Garofalo," who looked an awful lot like our resident li'l prince, Emily Syrja.
Hallomeme 3 not only brought us one of our favorite audiences ever, but maybe our favorite poster in Comedy Coven history. Our good friend Casey, whom you may remember as the mind behind the music at Comedy Coven XXVIII: ARTISTIC DIFFERENCES, put up a cool blog post about his design process for the Hallomeme poster. Check it out here.
And in keeping with the Halloween spirit, we were lucky enough to sit down with our old buddy Krish Mohan after his most recent Comedy Coven Presents show to talk about comedy, community, and the occult for a special spooky two-part edition of his Taboo Table Talk podcast. We talk about early religious experiences, death, anxiety, death again, Hocus Pocus, and what turn out to be a set of wildly differing opinions about the existence of ghosts. Take a listen here: Part 1 | Part 2
Again, thanks to everyone who celebrated the most wonderful time of the year with us. We'll see you again in December for the third edition of our annual S.A.D. holiday spectacular!