Hey We're Back with Jonathan Katz
End the month with a great night of comedy as veteran comedian Jonathan Katz (Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist) begins monthly Sunday residency at ImprovBoston in Cambridge, MA with his one man show Hey We’re Back with Jonathan Katz featuring special guests, beginning Sunday, November 2 at 8:00 p.m.
Katz’ show will feature standup, live music, animated clips and special high profile guests from the worlds of comedy and music.
GUESTS ON NOVEMBER 2:
Anthony Scibelli (Standup)
Willa Mamet and Paul Miller (Musical Guest)
Perhaps best known for his work on Comedy Central’s Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist, actor, writer, producer, Katz’s career in comedy began years before the inception of Dr. Katz. As the front man and composer of the band Katz and Jammers (1980-1981), Katz noticed that when he sang people talked but when he talked the audience tuned in and would occasionally laugh at the things he said. In 1984, the producer of The Late Show with David Letterman asked Katz if he would be willing to put his guitar aside and make an appearance on the show. Subsequently, he has made nine appearances with Letterman, two with Johnny Carson, seven with Conan O’Brien and has headlined clubs all over the country.
Katz still works as a standup, but even more often he lends his voice to animated projects. He continues working with his longtime friend and collaborator Tom Snyder and his friend and first “patient,” Bill Braudis. Later this year, he will be publishing a book titled “The Home For Unfortunate Animals,” written by Katz and friend and collaborator since college, playwright David Mamet.
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