In “Regression,” comedian and former data scientist Ginny Hogan takes you on a years-long drunken road trip as she attempts to "get her life together" by the time she's 30. She's got an idea of what a real adult looks like, and she believes if she carefully analyzes her choices with the right data, she can’t go wrong. With detours into Silicon Valley, her childhood bedroom, AA meetings full of unnecessarily beautiful people, too many doctors' offices, and just the right number of beds, Ginny literally charts her way to conventional success. She finds herself somewhere else entirely, of course, and it turns out, she may have been looking at the wrong data all along. For anyone who's ever wanted to take a peek under the hood and ask themselves what it is they actually want, Ginny invites you to laugh along with her as she crunches some numbers & barely gets her act together. Directed by Hanna Dickinson, this hour-long stand up show is funny & poignant, with just the right amount of math (aka - not much). About Ginny: Ginny Hogan is a contributor to the New Yorker, the New York Times, Comedy Central, and The Atlantic. Her second humor collection, I'm More Dateable than a Plate of Refried Beans, was published by Chronicle Books in May 2022. Doors 6:30 PM, show 7:00 PM Tickets $18 advance, $22 at the door 21+ No outside food or drink allowed. Tickets may be refunded up to 24 hours before the event.
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