A show that's equal measures hilarious, educational and deeply personal. NYC based scientist turned stand-up comedian Ben Miller takes you on a journey that explores everything from milk to thermodynamics with a wit and humor that makes these topics both approachable and delightful. And you probably like that sort of thing, nerd.
This show is part of Crossroads Comedy Theater's first ever Class Clowns Comedy Festival - a multi-day line-up of comedy shows that are as educational as they are funny. The festival runs 3/29 - 4/1 at Plays & Players Theatre. Come out to learn and laugh with us! For more information visit XroadsComedy.com.
Ben Miller is an NYC based comedian who has been working for the past 6 years. In that time, he has performed at all the top clubs in the city such as Broadway Comedy Club, Stand Up NY, Carolines, and The Stand. In addition, he has performed in the New York Comedy Festival and Boston Comedy Festival. He is currently ranked as the top roast battler in NYC. He has a degree in Materials Science and Engineering, worked on a science bus, 3D printed cookies and has diffused a few bar fights while on stage. In 2023, he was an Artist in Residence at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the first ever stand-up comedian selected by the National Parks Arts Foundation.
Comedy, Experimental, Philadelphia Premiere
Center City, Philadelphia
Philly Theatre Week:
Saturday, April 1, 7:00pm-7:55pm
Pay What You Can Availability:
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Health: Masks will be mandatory while in the building. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you. Artists are fully vaccinated and will be on stage performing without a mask. These policies may change if the guidance of the CDC, City of Philadelphia, or advice of other public health experts recommend.
Recommended Age: Parental discretion is advised.