He caught our Thursday show at the Women in Comedy Festival and blogged:
I’ll go on record and say my entire trip was worth it just to see Somebody’s in the Doghouse. Leah Gotcsik and Marty Johnson are one of the most incredible female comedy duos I’ve ever seen perform — Smart, Twisted, and Extremely Committed — just a blast to watch. I was laughing (LOUDLY) for the entirety of their show.
Zach Ward is the founder of DSI Comedy Theater and the North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival so you know he’s fancy.
Thanks, Zach! You can share our doghouse anytime.
Nick Zaino, from the Boston Comedy Blog, and a comedy writer for the Boston Globe and others, sits down with Marty to get her behind the scenes take on Somebody’s in the Doghouse and the Women in Comedy Festival.
Cub reporter (read Ph.D. in Gender Studies) Sheila Moeschen interviews Marty about writing and private parts on the Women in Comedy Festival blog. Check it out!
We are headed to the Women in Comedy Festival for our third straight year! This festival has grown so much. It’s so cool to see the acts coming in from all over the country. We’ve got shows on March 10th and 13th. More info to come!
Glennis McMurray the glamorously hilarious lady behind the awesome Gorgeous Ladies of Comedy blog interviewed us before the Charleston Comedy Festival. We tell the story of how our name came to be and name-drop Simon & Garfunkel. Enjoy!
We were thrilled to be interviewed by the Charleston City Paper before our shows at the Charleston Comedy Festival. Do you want to know who wins the age ol’ fight between men and women? The Charleston City Paper did. And we gave them the answers.
It’s a new year, we are writing a new show, and we’ve got ourselves a new website. DECADENT!