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Being on Your Phone: Live! + Haley Hepworth Saw the Beatles

May 31 | Fri | 7PM | $18.76
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Being on Your Phone: Live! + Haley Hepworth Saw the Beatles at Caveat
These shows are presented as a part of Projectorfest 2024, a four-night showcase of ambitious multimedia-driven comedy projects. More at This performance includes two 30-minute shows.


The thrilling experience of being on your phone is brought to the stage as Online and Real Life comedian Kylie Brakeman explores the absurd, exciting world that exists within our devices-and our hearts.


In 1964, The Beatles debuted in America to an audience of rabid, screaming teenage girls. 60 years after that historic performance, one of those screaming girls is ready to reveal the shocking truth behind what really happened at the The Ed Sullivan Show that day and to finally seek her revenge.


Kylie Brakeman (Performer/Writer, Being on Your Phone: LIVE!) is a comedian, actor, and former Tonight Show writer known for her viral comedy videos, which earned her millions of views and a spot on the "Great Performers" issue for the New York Times, as well as features on Vulture, The Atlantic, Guardian, LA Times, Funny or Die, the Washington Post, and many more. Acting credits include The Tonight Show, Adult Swim, G4, and an American Airlines commercial that aired from March 1st, 2020 to March 11th, 2020.

Haley Hepworth (Performer/Writer, Haley Hepworth Saw The Beatles) was showcased as one of the New Faces of Character Comedy at the Just For Laughs festival, has appeared in sketches on The Daily Show and Jimmy Kimmel Live, recently voiced Daphne in the viral hit “Our Frasier Remake” and is a house character performer at the UCB theater in NY.

DC Pierson (Director, Haley Hepworth Saw The Beatles) is a co-founder of DERRICK Comedy, whose sketch videos have been viewed over a billion times online and whose feature film Mystery Team debuted at Sundance. He also wrote the novels The Boy Who Couldn’t Sleep and Never Had To and Crap Kingdom, and has appeared in TV and film projects such as Captain America: Winter Soldier, Key & Peele and Community.

Venue: Caveat

21A Clinton Street Map