Atsuko Okatsuka – Tickets – Space Ballroom. – Hamden, CT – September 24th, 2021
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General Admission Seated With Limited Standing Room In The Back
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Atsuko Okatsuka says "hi" in her first solo tour where she's really figured this whole life thing out. A late bloomer and a self-claimed adult baby, her Grandmother and husband are very worried for her and will keep an eye out for her along the way.
Atsuko Okatsuka is a comedian, writer, and actor who Vulture and TimeOut LA have called a comic to watch. On top of creating and hosting her hit game show Let’s Go, Atsuko! which Vulture called a “blend of the physical silliness of Japanese game shows with the dry, matter-of-fact fatuities of Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me!,” she has written for various Adult Swim shows such as Soft Focus with Jena Friedman and The Eric Andre Show. Watch her in Hulu’s latest project with ATTN “Mom & Pop,” catch her in Roku’s “The Show Nextdoor” with Randall Park, or listen to her debut album called “But I Control Me” distributed by Comedy Dynamics.
Dylan Adler is a comedian, actor, and musician based in NYC. He’s performed musical comedy at the New York Comedy Festival and was featured in the New York Times for his show "Rape Victims are Horny Too" with Kelly Bachman. He performs sketch on Maude Night at UCB on his team “Young Douglas”. He performs musical improv on People’s Improv Theatre house team “Punch Funk” and has been featured in the NY Post and Elite Daily.
He is also the co-composer of the musical Goodmorning New York that played at NYMF and also Off-Broadway at the Players theatre in 2020. He studied music composition at NYU Steinhardt where he was awarded the Alan Menken Scholarship.
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