Andy Peters is the host of the mobile man-on-the-street podcast Wandertown and has fearlessly toured the country with his “loud, silly, spontaneous”
“The album recording show is a chance to see a long form version of my act,” Peters says. “If you have ever seen me do seven minutes and thought, ‘There is no way he can do that for an hour,’ come to the show. You will see!”
A mainstay of the Los Angeles comedy scene, Peters enjoys getting to the audience like no other. Along with his typically irreverent topics, Peters has the skills to go off script and still get the laughs.
“I just always had a natural penchant for making up a lot of my act,” says Peters. “The funnest part of performing for me is creating those moments that neither myself or the audience saw coming.”
Peters looks forward to recording his album at The Virgil. “It is just a great, intimate space,” he says. “I really like to be able to see and interact with the first couple of rows of a theatre. The Virgil is perfect for that.”
The team that brings you The Super Serious Show, LA’s favorite live comedy mash-up, is excited to present Andy Peters’ album recording. "Andy Peters is one of our favorite comedians and regular performers both locally and at festivals,” say The Super Serious Show producers. “We are excited to try and document his so-called ‘act’ on this album and spread his comedic stupidity with the masses.”
About Andy Peters’ Album Recording Show:
Presented by the team that brings you The Super Serious Show, the recording show for the album Andy Peters: Is This How You Do This? will take place on May 7, 2014 at The Virgil 4519 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90029. Happy hour kicks off at 7 p.m. with music by King Cyrus King, Taqueria El Huracan Food Truck, $15 whiskey flights and drink specials. Live comedy starts at 8 p.m. with openers Karen Kilgariff (Mr. Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show) and Eddie Pepitone (Conan, Edinburgh Fringe Festival). Tickets are free with RSVP at andypeters.nightout.com (https://nightout.com/