He's BACK! and Makes Love On Stage
Veteran Actor-Comedian David Dean Bottrell (Modern Family, Boston Legal) returns to the Triad stage with the 10th Anniversary edition of his acclaimed storytelling show that the Los Angeles Times called “Hysterical” and SoCal Public Radio deemed “Hilarious and touching…A tour de force!” Don’t miss this fast-moving evening of totally true “love stories” including tales of bad choices, worse choices, and other things he probably shouldn’t be talking about.
DAVID DEAN BOTTRELL MAKES LOVE: A ONE-MAN SHOW has previously played to sold-out crowds at the Triad, Dixon Place, Comedy Central Stage and the Acme Comedy Theatre in Los Angeles. On TV, David has played various killers and nutjobs on shows like The Blacklist, FBI: Most Wanted, Law & Order: SVU, Rectify, Criminal Minds, NCIS, Mad Men, True Blood, Justified, Ugly Betty and iCarly to name just a few.
April 6, 13, 20, 27,
May 4, 11, 18, June 1!
158 W 72nd Street, New York NY 10023
Sunday, June 12th at 7 PM
Wednesday, June 15th at 8 PM
Sunday, June 19th at 7 PM
Tuesday, June 21st at 8 PM
13500 Ventura Blvd Sherman Oaks, CA 91243
Fans of the New York Times Modern Love column and The Moth podcast, will love Bottrell’s witty, observant stories of navigating love, from tragic internet dates, to ill-advised affairs, the world’s worst divorce, and a family that really knew how to put the “fun” back into “fundamentalism.” Running Time: 75 Minutes.
Veteran character actor & writer, David Dean Bottrell has played many recurring & guest stars roles on shows like Modern Family, Law & Order: SVU, The Blacklist, Criminal Minds, NCIS, Mad Men, Justified, True Blood, Boston Legal, Rectify and iCarly to name a few. He’s also an original cast member of Streep Tease: An Evening of Meryl Streep Monologues Performed by an All-Male Cast.
DAVID DEAN BOTTRELL MAKES LOVE: A ONE-MAN SHOW at the Triad in New York.
8 Shows Only! Wednesdays, April 6, 13, 20, 27, May 4, 11, 18, June 1!
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“HYSTERICAL…Bottrell’s acerbic writing is reminiscent of David Sedaris’, but the delivery is what makes it work... Although his comedy is self-deprecating, it is equally other-deprecating, giving it a nice edge... Even when he’s insulting everybody in the room, Bottrell’s take on the human condition as “funny, hopeless and sweet” is deeply consoling.
– Los Angeles Times