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Moby Alpha

06/09/18 | 6:30 PM

Caveat

21 A Clinton Street Map

212-228-2100

$15 and up


09-06-2018 12:00:00 09-06-2018 12:00:00 America/New_York Moby Alpha | 6:30 PM An homage to classic sci-fi and classical literature, Moby Alpha tells the story of a mad captain's quest for revenge on the amorphous energy cloud that temporarily took his leg. More simply put, Moby Alpha is Moby-Dick in space, but funny. The show is performed in an entirely dark theater, with the only light emanating from the duo's custom-built million-color LED space helmets, creating a unique, otherworldly aesthetic. Moby Alpha is written and performed by Charles, the award-winning comedy duo composed of Chuck Armstrong & Charlie Stockman. Heralded by Centerstage Chicago as "absolutely brilliant," Charles has performed throughout North America and the UK. Their sketch "This is Why Eating Healthy is Hard (Time Travel Dietician)" has amassed more than 85 million views online, was featured on Dr. Oz, and currently stands as the second-most viewed video of all time on FunnyOrDie. http://www.cityguideny.com/eventinfo.cfm?id=306998 Caveat Caveat

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An homage to classic sci-fi and classical literature, Moby Alpha tells the story of a mad captain's quest for revenge on the amorphous energy cloud that temporarily took his leg. More simply put, Moby Alpha is Moby-Dick in space, but funny.

The show is performed in an entirely dark theater, with the only light emanating from the duo's custom-built million-color LED space helmets, creating a unique, otherworldly aesthetic.

Moby Alpha is written and performed by Charles, the award-winning comedy duo composed of Chuck Armstrong & Charlie Stockman. Heralded by Centerstage Chicago as "absolutely brilliant," Charles has performed throughout North America and the UK. Their sketch "This is Why Eating Healthy is Hard (Time Travel Dietician)" has amassed more than 85 million views online, was featured on Dr. Oz, and currently stands as the second-most viewed video of all time on FunnyOrDie.

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