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Inspired by the highly unsuccessful experimental Broadway shows of the 1970s, Julian Velard examines the minutia of his everyday life as a musician, husband, father, and native New Yorker, in a deconstruction of the American Musical that no one asked for. Against the advice of everyone in his life, Velard will perform brand new original songs combined with interactive comedic bits that will leave you with hundreds of questions, none greater than, “What am I doing here?”
Velard’s musical stylings and comedic timing have made him a regular on The Howard Stern Show and NPR’s Ask Me Another, and have won acclaim in The Guardian, Time Out London, The Sunday Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Written by Julian Velard and Joe Schiappa.