Late-Night @ The Log

July 20 - August 5 | The Log (78 Spring St)

“WTF is happening at The Log tonight” is both the question AND the answer of the summer! After sold-out events last season featuring Jill Kargman, Tom Fontana, Susie Essman, and more, LATE-NIGHT @ THE LOG is back to serve up edgy “you-had-to-be-there” performances from Festival guest artists. Each night features someone new in an intimate, casual setting with access to wine, beer, and late-night snacks. Make a date for an unforgettable evening!

JULY 20


Enjoy Cristin Milioti (Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow at WTF, Once, “How I Met Your Mother”) live, in concert at The Log!

DOORS OPEN AT 10:30PM

JULY 21JULY 22


Baby Wants Candy, one of the best-known, longest-running, and most-celebrated improvisational shows in the world, is back at WTF! A roller coaster ride of spontaneously choreographed dance numbers, rhyming verses and witty, jaw-dropping comedy, this evening is sure to delight. Come yell out the title of a musical you’ve never seen but have always wanted to, and Baby Wants Candy will create it for you, on the spot!  Enjoy this entertainment phenomenon that The New York Times called “truly amazing!”

DOORS OPEN AT 10:30PM

AUGUST 4


Known for her unique ability to seamlessly blend sharp standup with powerful storytelling, Ophira Eisenberg’s new show talks about her hesitant entry into new parenthood and satirizes the trendy, artisanal techno-culture we live in. Welcome the edgy, witty, and self deprecating Ophira Eisenberg, host of NPR’s and WNYC’s Ask Me Another.

DOORS OPEN AT 10:30PM

AUGUST 5


Enjoy Alexandra Socha (Actually at WTF, Spring Awakening) live, in concert at The Log!

DOORS OPEN AT 10:30PM

AUGUST 6

Join us for a screening of “Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened” and a talkback with Lonny Price, director of the film and of WTF’s A Legendary Romance.

One of the truly legendary musicals in the history of Broadway, Merrily We Roll Along opened to enormous fanfare in 1981, and closed after sixteen performances. For the first time,”Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened” draws back the curtain on the extraordinary drama of the show’s creation – and tells the stories of the hopeful young performers whose lives were transformed by it. Directed by Lonny Price, a member of the original cast, the film is a bittersweet meditation on the choices we all make, and the often unexpected consequences of those choices – through success and failure. Featuring exclusive appearances by Stephen Sondheim, Hal Prince, Jason Alexander, Mandy Patinkin, Adam Guettel, Frank Rich and the original Broadway cast of Merrily We Roll Along.

DOORS OPEN AT 8:30PM

 

ALL TICKETS $30; RESERVATIONS REQUIRED


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