Knock! Knock! Who’s There? Zombie Apocalypse!
We hear, “Shut up! No you shut up!”, “I know you are, but what am I?” and “Ur a 10. Ur a 9. Ur an 8.” coming from President Peepee’s Playhouse. What’s a comic to do? Tweet? Improv? Crack? Wrong, wrong, wrong. Nothing but knock, knock jokes! They got people through the Great Depression; they’ll get us through the Zombie Apocalypse. They’re fun, fast and will make you laugh the whole show. Knock, knock. Who’s there? I hope you are.
Provincetown, MA – MORE INFO
10/23- Asbury Park, NJ: Asbury Hotel – LPAC Event- MORE INFO
10/27– Palm Springs, CA: Center Stage- More Info
11/15-18- San Diego, CA – Democracy Alliance- Private Event
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My new show, KNOCK! KNOCK! WHO’S THERE? ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE is going to be a blast. And you can be part of it.
Help me write some knock-knock jokes for the show. You be fully compensated: 10% of the scientifically proven health benefits of laughter.
Historically knock-knock jokes were huge – if you’ll pardon the expression – during the Great Depression of the 1930s. The craze intensified after the election of Franklin Delano Roosevelt whom people either loved or hated fiercely. There were knock-knock contests, strangers told them to each other on the street, knock-knock shows on Broadway, orchestras performed them, merchants and political campaigns used them to sell their wares. Read More
To quote Emily Dickinson: “Hope” is the thing with feathers.
If hope is the thing with feathers, I hope it’s not a Canada goose.
This winter Manhattan looks as if it’s been invaded by some rogue unit of the Royal Canadian Mounties. I think they come in peace. They wear fur-lined hooded puffer parkas of varying lengths and colors all with a distinctive blue, red and white insignia of Canada geese.