Wham City Comedy Tour
285 Kent (285 Kent Ave., Brooklyn)
$8, all ages
Having made their mark on the DIY music and art scene, Baltimore’s Wham City collective is heading back out on the road this fall to change the face of comedy. Their two-hour bat-shit variety show covers experimental theater, performance art, video, and stand-up.
Since their inception in 2004, a sense of humor has always been important to the art of Wham City. But they only began tackling comedy head-on in 2010 when they mounted the first ever Wham City Comedy Tour which earned coverage in Spin Magazine, and it got them an invitation to perform on stage with Second City in October. It also spawned the immensely popular Wham City Comedy Night, an off-the-wall amateur comedy night hosted each month by Ben O’Brien and Mason Ross at the Zodiac in Baltimore.