Dumber Faster: A Benefit for Doctors Without Borders
Friday, March 1, 2013 at 10:00 PM (EST)
Cambridge, United States
Dumber Faster - A Benefit for Doctors Without Borders.
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
After its debut at FringeNYC (“Best of Fringe 2013” collection, IndieTheaterNow), Dumber Faster came to ImprovBoston in a new, expanded format with guest storytellers and surprising conversations. Now, ImprovBoston is proud to bring it back for a one-night encore to raise money for a fantastic organization: Doctors Without Borders.
In Dumber Faster, David Mogolov tries to reconcile the wonders of technology with his own rampant stupidity. How can a man with a smartphone be so consistently dumb? He'd blame the technology, but he can't. He's pretty sure his brain is at fault.
David will be joined on March 1st by two guest storytellers:
Veronica Ades, OB/GYN, NYU School of Medicine, Doctors Without Borders
Josh Gondelman, Comedian, Everything’s the Best!
“Mogolov’s strength is his slick wit combined with an effectively dry, rapid-fire delivery that gets the audience deep into a joke without their necessarily seeing it coming."
“Sometimes quiet, sometimes explosive, his voice draws the audience in and captivates them.”
"[Mogolov] has a born raconteur's gift of gab."
- Boston Magazine
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