Date: August 10, 2019 to August 10, 2019
Where: Art House Theater, 214 Commercial Street, Provincetown, Massachusetts, United States
Ticket Price: N/A
Mark Cortale Presents UNITARD: in Badassy for two shows only! The acclaimed comedy trio Unitard -- the combined talents of Mike Albo (former New York Times columnist and author of The Underminer as well as established solo performer), Nora Burns (of the comedy group The Nellie Olesons), and David Ilku (member of the Dueling Bankheads) -- is returning to provincetown with their acclaimed show HOUSE OF TARDS. HOUSE OF TARDS is directed by Paul Dobie (Assistant Director on Broadway productions, including Cabaret, Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me, Glengarry Glen Ross, Wicked, Thoroughly Modern Millie). The trio's newest show, HOUSE OF TARDS premiered at the Stonewall Inn, where it played an extended run and then travelled to the Cavern Club Theatre in Los Angeles and the Oasis in San Francisco before returning to the Stonewall Inn. Unitard is a wildly twisted, outspoken, fabulous, tested, ready now, comedy group from NYC. For over 15 years, they have performed from coast to coast and points in between as well as Canada. Collectively and individually they have performed in venues and festivals across the US including: We're Funny That Way: Toronto, Aspen Comedy festival, Toyota Comedy Festival, Joe's Pub: NYC, HBO Workspace: LA, PS122: NYC, Highways: LA, SF Sketchfest: San Francisco, Andy Warhol Museum: Pittsburgh, Theater Offensive: Boston, Oberon: Harvard Square Cambridge, The Maui Cultural Center, as well as Portland OR, Seattle WA, Provincetown MA and Columbus OH. Some of their work has been featured on, CNN, Bravo, VH1, Logo TV, and Comedy Central. Mike Albo is the author of the novels Hornito and The Underminer: The Best Friend Who Casually Destroys Your Life (co-written with Virginia Heffernan), as well as the novella, The Junket. His writing has appeared in numerous magazines, anthologies and web sites, including New York Magazine, GQ, Out, The New Yorker and The New York Times. As a solo artist, he's performed all over the US, Canada and in Europe.