Doug Moe is a Bad Dad Plays UCB Theater 1/4
Doug Moe is a Bad Dad, the new solo show from Doug Moe (30 Rock, Rescue Me), returns to the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre (307 W. 26th Street) at 8pm on Wednesday, December 28 and Wednesday, January 4.
Tickets are $5, which includes admission to Doug Moe is a Bad Dad and Commercial Interruption and can be reserved here.
About the show: "Remember how your dad totally screwed you up? Doug Moe is a Bad Dad is a one-man sketch show about what happens if you mess up the most important thing in life and how Cinderella is too, too sexy. It’s also about being a man and sticking up to Dr. Seuss."
Doug Moe is a Bad Dad was written by and stars Doug Moe, a veteran performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. He is a member of Mother (2008 ECNY Winner, Best Improv Group) and has appeared on 30 Rock, The Onion News Network, and Rescue Me. He’s also the father of a five-year old daughter who asked him at breakfast the other morning: “Why are you always wrong, Daddy?” The show was directed by Mike Still (Death by Roo Roo, Baby Wants Candy, Running Wilde).
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