MO WELCH'S MOLE - A UNIQUE AND HILARIOUS BLEND OF STAND-UP COMEDY AND ANIMATION
LIVE AT CHERRY LANE THEATRE, NYC AUGUST 3-4
WHO: Mo Welch is a nationally-headlining stand-up comedian, cartoonist and writer originally from Normal, Illinois currently living in Los Angeles. She has twice appeared on Conan, and authored the illustrated self-help guide “How to Die Alone: The Foolproof Guide to Not Helping Yourself”.
WHAT: Mole is a live stand-up comedy show that merges Mo Welch’s animated illustrations with comedy to explore her attachment issues enlisting the help of her animated friends and (formerly attached) mole. This show is a part of Cherry Lane Theatre’s A Summer of Comedy presented in part by actor and trans icon Elliot Page.
WHERE: Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce St., New York, NY 10014
WHEN: August 3 & 4, 2022 - 7pm
COST: $37 Premium seating $27 Regular seating
PHOTOS AND PRESS RESOURCES FOR LISTINGS: http://www.sharkpartymedia.com/mowelch
MORE ABOUT MOLE: In a very unique show, Cartoonist (The New Yorker, author of How to Die Alone) and comedian (Conan, Comedy Central) Mo Welch has merged her art and comedy into one show about attachment. In the summer of 2021, Mo traveled across the country to reunite with her estranged father of twenty years. This inspired her to tackle other issues in her life, like getting a precarious mole removed from her back for $200 and getting her tooth fixed. Mo continues to explore her attachment issues with the help of mole. ABOUT MO WELCH:
MO WELCH, called "Hysterically Brilliant" (The Chicago Reader) and a "twisted genius" (CultureTrip), is a stand-up comedian, writer and cartoonist originally from Normal, Illinois. She appeared on CONAN in January of 2018 and in February of 2019. Her ten part animated series BLAIR debuted on TBS Digital in January 2018. Her comics have been published in The New Yorker, Cosmopolitan Magazine, Vice, and more. Welch is the author of “How to Die Alone”, published in 2019 by Workman Publishing. Her podcast Come Out, Come Out, featuring guests like Roxane Gay and Mae Martin, debuted in 2020, and a new podcast Getting the Light will launch later this summer.