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Run at UCB, NY starting in June!

Doghouse is thrilled to report we will be performing a run of shows at the Upright Citizens Brigade in NY starting very soon! Our first show is Thursday, June 2nd, 2011 at 8pm. Make Reservations.

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New videos

We just finished filming a few of our new sketches. Stay tuned…

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Doghouse SPANKs UCB NY!

On Thursday, May 5, at 6:30 pm we will be unleashing our new sketches on Manhattan at our UCB SPANK show. Come and join us!

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Women in Comedy Festival Redux

Leah wrote a sum up of the Women in Comedy Festival for G.L.O.C. (Gorgeous Ladies of Comedy). Check it out unless you are too old to do stuff like that.

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Props from TimeoutNY for SintheD and the WiCF!

Jane Borden, comedy editor at Time Out New York, was at the Women in Comedy Festival and did a great sum up of the WiCF and included us in the list of performers she’d like to see more of. Thanks Jane! Good thing we’ve got an NYC show in the works…

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Great shoutout from man about the comedy town Zach Ward!

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.

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Marty says SH*T on the Boston Comedy Blog!

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.

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