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Tickets to our all-new live show go on sale today!

From our first paper route to our last retirement party, we humans love to work. Also, we have to for sustenance. Come join Jupiter Jack and Lost Moon Radio’s joke-filled exploration of the rat race in Lost Moon Radio Gets a Job.

This new full-length episode runs Fridays & Saturdays, March 21 - April 12 at The Hudson Backstage (home of the Comedy Central stage) in Hollywood, 6539 Santa Monica Blvd. LA, CA 90038. We're also taking the show west of the 405 for a special, one-night-only performance at the Westside Comedy Theater in Santa Monica on Sunday, April 6th. And we'll be joined each night by an opening comic, with an amazing line-up that includes Ahmed Bharoocha, Rob Gleeson, Paul Cibis, Ryan O'Flanagan, Galloway Allbright, Benji Aflalo, and Richard Bain.

Sketches! Songs! Spreadsheets!

Lost Moon Radio Gets a Job. Cast: Jen Burton, Lauren Flans, Dan Oster, Frank Smith and Connor White. Band: Michael “Mikey” Wells, Brenton Kossak, David Richman, Dylan Ris, Matt Hayes, and Eric Kalver. Songs by Dylan Ris, Ryan Harrison, Frank Smith, Michael Wells, Dan Oster, Rich Ramberg, and Duke Doyle. Sketches and Jupiter Jack material by Martha Marion, Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Dan Oster, Dylan Ris, Paul Cibis, Jeff Stone, and Duke Doyle. Additional contributions by Isaac Laskin, Kat Vondy, Mason Flink, Leslie Korein and Galloway Allbright. Stage Manager: Hayley Waters. Lighting Designer: Brandon Baruch. Lighting Assistant: Ben Durham. Sound Designer & Engineer: David McKeever. Music Director: Dylan Ris. Vocal Director: Michael “Mikey” Wells. Produced by David McKeever & Monica Miklas. Directed by Lauren Ludwig.

Special Thanks to Brooke Seguin, Tom DeTrinis, and 30 Minute Musicals; Ken Wells & Chris Benson; Johnny Clark & VS. Theatre Company; Diavolo Dance Theatre; Sue Ellen & Loc Waters; James Asmus; Matt McKenna; John Miklas; Gianna Masi; Will Greenberg; Rich Ramberg; Hudson Theatres; Theatre Asylum; and Mackenzie Halfhide.

Hey! The San Francisco Chronicle listed Lost Moon Radio as one of their Top 5 contemporary ways to experience the magic of radio. Nice! We officially retract all the jokes we’ve ever made about the Hearst Corporation.

By the way, we’re kicking off our 2014 live performance schedule in the Chronicle's own backyard with an appearance at SF Sketchfest. More details soon!

This Thursday, Sept. 17th, we’re bringing a new show for one night only to the NerdMelt Showroom at Meltdown Comics in Hollywood. Catch our show in a brand-new format, enjoy an opening act from stand-up Paul Cibis, and watch the world premiere of our newest video, “From the Diary of Charles Darwin.” It’s going to be a full night of mind-expanding entertainment, and we couldn’t be more excited to be playing NerdMelt for the first time. See you there!

imageIf the summer has found you starved for great live sketch comedy events and for the incomparable comedic stylings of Jen Burton, we have great news. Jen Burton is in a new live sketch comedy show.

It’s called Kim Jong Fun and it’s running every Friday and Saturday this month at 10:30pm at LA’s Celebration Theatre. The show is directed by Todd Milliner and also features Mary Buckley, John Colella, Tamara Lynn Davis, Nathan Frizzell, Joey Honsa, Jon Klaft, Joanna Leeds, Maia Madison, Jason Moyer, Justin O’Connor, Bobby Quinn Rice, Kelly Schumann, and Michael Tauzin.

The performances have been selling out, so grab your tickets in advance! Here’s a poster:

Best of Craigslist Live

You can catch Lauren Flans rapping live this Saturday in a really funny show called The Best of Craigslist: Live! Created by the illustrious John Pick (whom you may recognize as a member of the Egg’s posse in LMR’s “Which Came First?” music video), the show features real-life Craigslist posts brought to life by some truly great performers. Saturday’s show is also Lauren’s rapping debut backed by amazingly talented beatboxer Joshua Silverstein.

MiMoDa Studio (behind Paper or Plastik Cafe)
5772 Pico Blvd.
Sat, July 13th
8:30 p.m.
Tickets $15.

FEATURING: John Pick, Hutchi Hancock, Rell Battle, Bob Kundrat, Levi Petree, Taylor Coffman, Alice Johnson Boher, Johnny Dinan, and Lauren Flans. Directed and Produced by John Pick, with Rory Mitchell, Ian Forester, and Tiffany Moon.

Today’s LA Weekly says “GO” to ROGER WODEHOUSE’S ANDROGYMNASIUM, calling it a “spoof children’s TV program that you can only pray no child ever sees” and “a show that flawlessly walks the funny/offensive line. Better yet, you’ll be so busy laughing that you’ll hardly notice that the show is knitting in hot-topic social issues of sexuality.” They also give a shout-out to the show’s frequent partial nudity, which we appreciate.

You can read the full review on p.48 of the current issue, or find it online here (just scroll down to the photo of Roger). And of course, you can get tickets to our 3 remaining performances, this weekend and next, here:


Audiences react to Roger Wodehouse’s Androgymnasium at last Saturday’s sold-out opening.

Reviews from the show:

"It’s Glamtastic!"

“Bawdy, witty and inspired humor."

“Just when you think it can’t get any funnier, it does."

consistently one of the best acts at the Hollywood Fringe. If you
want to laugh till it hurts, SEE THIS SHOW."

Our next performance is tomorrow night! You can read more reviews (and get tickets) here.

The latest episode of comedian Brock Wilbur’s podcast Brock Party features a rare interview with glam rock provocateur (and popular Lost Moon Radio character) Roger Wodehouse.  Roger discusses his controversial children’s program Roger Wodehouse’s Androgymnasium, currently playing at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

Saturday night was the opening of Roger Wodehouse’s Androgymnasium (part of Hollywood Fringe Preview Week) and we had a blast playing to a sold-out crowd.  Here they are gathered outside the theater beforehand.

You can read audience reviews of the performance here and get tickets to our five remaining performances here. The next one is this Friday night!

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