Blog Archive

La Weekly has named And the Drum — the immersive, experimental theater and dance production co-written by Lost Moon Radio’s own Lauren Ludwig and Martha Marion, produced by Monica Miklas, and based on Martha’s poetry — as one of the five “coolest and most creative experimental” works produced in Los Angeles in 2016. Nice! So let the record show, it’s not all novelty songs and yuk-’em-ups from Lost Moon company members. Sometimes they also make avant-garde theater, and when they do, it is ACCLAIMED.

You can read the full write-up here.

Lost Moon Radio is proud to return to the stage with one of our most acclaimed episodes: NIGHT.

For two consecutive nights, we will be reprising our live show NIGHT, a crowd favorite named ‘Best in Comedy’ and ‘Top of the Fringe’ at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2012. Whether you’re catching this installment for the very first time, or enjoying it again for the first time in years, this is one you won’t want to miss. Join us at The Lyric-Hyperion on July 8th & 9th at 8:00pm for the show, featuring an assortment of our most celebrated, moonlight-appropriate songs and sketches along with some brand-new material!

Limited seating! Get your seats, grab a drink, and let’s dig into all things nocturnal.

lostmoonradionight

DETAILS:

The Lyric-Hyperion Theatre
2106 Hyperion Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Friday, July 8th, and Saturday, July 9th

8:00pm (Doors open at 7:45pm)

$15 – GET TICKETS
(EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: Buy your tickets by 6/21 at midnight and get $5 off.)

Lost Moon Radio: Night

Starring Lauren Flans, Ryan Harrison, Martha Marion, Frank Smith, Brenton Kossak, Dylan Ris, Michael Wells, and Matt McKenna as Jupiter Jack.

Written by Ryan Harrison, Frank Smith, Dylan Ris, Dan Oster, and Lauren Flans.

Music & Lyrics by Dylan Ris, Michael Wells, Ryan Harrison, Frank Smith, Rich Ramberg, and Lauren Flans.

Directed by Duke Doyle

Producer: Monica Miklas

Assistant Producer: Nicole Blum

Poster Design by Lindsay Hollinger

MDH Temp Logo
We’re headed to the always fabulous Hollywood Fringe Festival for our fourth year, and we’re bringing a brand-new show: Million Dollar Hair. Come celebrate the life and death of fictional music icon Bernie Schonfeld in this unforgettable tribute concert. Over five decades in the industry, the groundbreaking music producer, record label owner, and amateur homeopath made history with his nontraditional taste and unforgettable haircut. Learn of his adventures (and scandals!) from the rock stars, legends, and family members who knew Bernie best in this song (and joke!) filled evening. If you combined Dylan going electric with the premiere of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring and poured it over the Beatles at Shea Stadium, that event wouldn’t be half as big as Million Dollar Hair.

Needless to say, we’re super excited to be returning to the festival where we nabbed two “Best of Comedy” awards and the 2012 “Top of the Fringe” prize. Get your tickets now for one of our nine performances!

Fringe Freak AwardSaturday June 7 2014, 8:00 PM
Sunday June 08 2014, 6:00 PM
Friday June 13 2014, 8:00 PM
Saturday June 14 2014, 9:45 PM
Friday June 20 2014, 8:00 PM
Saturday June 21 2014, 9:45 PM
Sunday June 22 2014, 5:30 PM
Friday June 27 2014, 8:00 PM
Saturday June 28 2014, 5:30 PM

All performances are at the Hudson Backstage, 6539 Santa Monica Boulevard.

Tickets are $18. (Discounts available for Fringe participants and anybody with a Fringe button. See details on the Hollywood Fringe website.)



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.

Click Here to Download This and Other LMR Podcasts from iTunes

In which you take a terrifying journey to the Other Side on your favorite theme park ride.

Featuring the performances of Dan Oster, Jen Burton, Martha Marion, Lauren Flans, Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Monica Miklas, Mikey Wells, Dylan Ris, Rich Ramberg, and Brenton Kossak. Produced by Dave McKeever. Directed by Lauren Ludwig. Music Direction by Dylan Ris. Words and music by Frank Smith, Ryan Harrison, Lauren Ludwig, Dan Oster, Rich Ramberg, Mikey Wells, and Dylan Ris.


Guys, making a musical sketch comedy show involves more than just writing sessions, rehearsals, and performances. It also involves post-show debriefs and brunches. Yes, there are suits of armor there.

Photo by Mikey Wells.

All material © 2009-2017, Lost Moon Radio | Site design by Lindsay Hollinger | Site built by Becky Nelson | Proudly powered by Wordpress