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The Virgil Exterior - NightAfter a sold-out performance at Westside Comedy last month, we’ve decided to bring back our Rebels & Outlaws show for one more night, this time on the Eastside in our first appearance at a fantastic comedy and music venue: The Virgil.

An hour of sketches and songs exploring the ne’er-do-wells and game changers that we love to misunderstand, Lost Moon Radio: Rebels & Outlaws features castmembers Frank Smith, Lauren Flans, Ryan Harrison, Dan Oster, and Jen Burton, with Will Greenberg as Jupiter Jack. Live rock n’roll by our house band, The Moon Units, featuring Dylan Ris, Brenton Kossak, Eric Kalver, and Dave Lang.

The Virgil
4519 Santa Monica Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90029

Saturday, May 30, 2015

$10 (+ $1.54 ticketing fee)

All event ticket holders are invited to stay after the show to enjoy The Virgil’s house DJ.
Parking in the area is metered.
Valet available.

The Lost Moon Rebel Video Contest

But hey, maybe you’re like, “This all sounds great, but can I see the show for free?” Okay, you’ve convinced us. Post a video of yourself doing something rebellious (10 seconds to 1 minute) on the Lost Moon Radio Facebook page with the hashtag #lostmoonrebels, and we’ll give you a FREE TICKET to our May 30th Rebels and Outlaws show. Whether you shoot it on an iPhone or an Arri Alexa, all videos are welcome. This rebellion display can be something small (like drinking white wine with steak) or significant (overthrowing a government). It can be funny or it can be brave. We leave it in your hands.

AND if your video gets the most likes by Thursday the 28th at midnight, Lost Moon will pay your bar tab for the evening (up to $50). So, share your video with your friends and we’ll see you at The Virgil on May 30th!

This is it, guys. The shocking Season Finale of DAN’S CAT VIDEOS. A new foe emerges, and DeNiro faces his greatest challenge yet – it’s the cliffhanger you’ll be talking about all summer! #danscats

Obviously, we’re sad to be leaving these lovable felines for the time being, but there’s more from Lost Moon Radio on the horizon. You can see the show live in LA on Saturday, May 30th. Click here for details.

We’re thrilled to announce the launch of our new series DAN’S CAT VIDEOS! The first two are live now. We’re releasing more every Wednesday for the next two months. Enjoy! #danscats

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Monday, March 30th, at 8pm

Live show update! We’re bringing one of our favorite episodes, “Rebels and Outlaws,” back to the stage for the first time in three years. It’s a full hour of some of our very best sketches and songs at our favorite venue west of the 405, Westside Comedy.

Westside Comedy
1323 3rd Street Promenade
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(Yes, that is in the alley between 3rd and 4th. This is cool and not sketchy.)

Monday, March 30th

On Monday, March 9th, at 8pm, Lost Moon Radio will perform a short set in one of Los Angeles’s most unique and inventive variety show events, campfireball. Built very loosely around a theme, in this case “the lonely rovers of Mars,” campfireball is a fully immersive, community experience where the audience has no idea what’s around the corner.

Past campfireballs have included musicians, comedians, storytellers, short films, online dating, ponies, the world’s largest deliverable pizza, haircuts, campfire flavored ice cream, school bus field trips and more. We don’t know anybody who’s seen it who didn’t find the whole thing magical. (Yes, we said magical. Don’t be a dick about it.) And the whole show is free.

Golden Road Brewing
5410 W. San Fernando Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90039
(The show is in the very cool back room that you probably didn’t even know was there, entered through the Pub.)

Monday, March 9th

(No reservation necessary. Awesome food and beer available on site.)


Lost Moon Radio: Journeys

Lost Moon Radio makes its first NYC appearance with an evening of its award-winning sketches and songs exploring the theme of “Journeys.” Three shows, three chances to see this “hilarious hour of sketch, music and a over arching story that plays throughout” (LAist). The Huffington Post calls Lost Moon Radio “rock and roll comedy that exceeds expectations … silly while avoiding stupid, edgy without being obnoxious and fresh without feeling forced. The ensemble is a seamless display of talents in absolute cohesion.”

The Duplex Cabaret Theatre

Friday, January 9th, at 9:30pm – SOLD OUT!
Saturday, January 10th, at 7:00pm – SOLD OUT!

61 Christopher Street (at the Corner of 7th Avenue)
New York, NY 10014 (map)
$15 (+ 2-Drink Minimum)
Cabaret seating.
21 and over. Doors open 30 minutes before show time.

Rockwood Music Hall

Sunday, January 11th, at 8:30pm – BUY SUNDAY TICKETS

196 Allen St.
New York, NY, 10002 (map)

$10 (+ 1-Drink Minimum)
Very limited cabaret seating. Abundant standing room.
21 and over. Doors 8:15 PM / Show 8:30 PM (Come early and hang out at the bar!)

In an age of political gridlock, we’re at least moving forward on one important front: Dan Oster is playing Bill Clinton, and you can see him do it every Thursday night in Hollywood.

President Hillarynow playing at Second City Hollywood, is set in January 2017, in the first 24 hours of Hillary Clinton’s presidency, as she takes on China, climate change, Bill, Chelsea, and the ghost of Eleanor Roosevelt! See these events now a full 27 months before they come to pass! 

The show is playing every Thursday at 8pm through December 18th (with the exception of Thanksgiving because America). Tickets are $10 and available on the Second City website. Also $5 discount tickets are available for many nights on Goldstar.

President Hillary stars the very talented Molly Erdman as Hillary with Josh Callahan, Julian Clark, Andy Cobb, Rachna Khatau, Jessie Sherman, Bobby Huynh and, as previously discussed, Lost Moon Radio’s own Dan Oster. It’s written by Marc Warzecha & Andy Cobb and directed by Marc Warzecha, with music by Michael Pollock. The musical director is Ben Bromfield and the assistant director and choreographer is Rani O’Brien.

There are a number of interests that unite Lost Moon Radio, but quite high on the list is a shared love of documentaries, sitting in front of bookcases pretending to be experts, and Ken Burns.

Clearly, we’re not alone in our feelings, as evidenced by the enthusiasm for this project from such diverse internet sources as Indiewire and Slate.

But there’s one endorsement that we will probably cherish above all others.

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