“Without a live audience to give us self-worth we must find it ourselves now in meditation, exercise, and self-reflection. It’s goddamn awful, and I miss chicken tenders.”
With Will Noonan and Dan Boulger. Starting at 8pm at twitch.tv/dmgboston and right here at digboston.com.
“The managers don't even show up on site anymore because they don’t want to get the virus, leaving the kids who work there to slack off. People like me, the possums, have to survive by doubling up on our orders so we don’t get fired.”
Boston comedians Andrew Mayer and Dan Martin had big album releases planned. Now they’re contemplating what comedy might look like after the pandemic.
You have seen your favorite local musician perform in their shower. You have seen icons fail to figure out how to stream online. But you haven't seen this. Join Improv Asylum and the Dig for a virtual participatory hangout from now through 10pm.
DigBoston will announce some of our own virtual events shortly. In the meantime, we encourage artists to use our online calendar to spread the word about their studio and living room livecasts.
I started in New York. About six weeks later, I was back in Boston, did shows here, then moved to LA and hated it and moved back. It’s been a steady stream; you look up, and you’re like, Damn, eight years.
Consider this your insider guide to surviving the music festival without breaking a sweat.