Erin Dohony is a stand-up comedian and freelance writer. Her jokes cover growing up Irish Catholic, professional geese removal services, IUDs, and flaming rivers. You can follow her on Twitter at @ObiWanDohony.
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Good Good Comedy Theatre presents ‘Ur Mom Is Funny’
Pairing performers with parents
Good Good Comedy’s monthly variety show ‘Ur Mom Is Funny’ highlights family dysfunction, hysterical challenges, and heartfelt moments with hosts Pete Steele and Hannah Trav. Erin Dohony gets the story.
Jackson Moe presents its new album ‘Pure Gold’
The star-spangled cowboys of political comedy
‘Pure Gold,’ a new music album from comedian-songwriters Max Barth and Joe Messina of Jackson Moe, rocks and also rolls. It’s available on cassette (and digital platforms). Erin Dohony reviews.
South Street’s Tattooed Mom presents Michael Kelly’s ‘Tattooed Momedy’
A South Philly comedy quest
Monthly variety show 'Tattooed Momedy' has the comedy you can’t afford to miss. Erin Dohony chats with founder and host Michael Kelly.
SoLow Fest 2019: Neé Danse/Theatre presents ‘Holding One’s Own’
Stories of breast cancer
‘Holding One’s Own,’ a SoLow Fest devised theater piece based on stories from women living with breast cancer, brings us into their heartbreaking and uplifting world. Erin Dohony reviews.
Comedian Che Guerrero talks about his ‘American Immigrant’ podcast
Sharing an American dream
Che Guerrero’s latest live recording of his ‘American Immigrant’ podcast at Philly Improv Theater is a hilarious conversation on race, 2020 candidates, US history, and the upcoming Philadelphia election. Erin Dohony considers.
Nicole Phoenix presents the one-year anniversary of ‘The Comments Section’
Gather, grow, share
Monthly variety show 'The Comments Section' highlights Black women performers from Philly and beyond and celebrates community.
OperaDelaware presents ‘Trial by Jury’ and ‘Scalia/Ginsburg’
In opera we trust
Stellar visual effects paired with exceptional vocal talent take us on a double-feature journey, examining friendship and heartbreak through the lens of the court system. Erin Dohony reviews.
Philly’s Spanish-speaking improv troupe, ¿Qué?, speaks everyone's language
Meet ¿Qué?, the local Spanish-speaking improv team bringing you the cross-cultural variety show ‘¿Cómo Se Dice…?’ every month at Good Good Comedy Theatre.
Da Vinci Art Alliance presents ‘Civil Disobedience: Celebrating Queer Narratives’
Fifty years later
This multimedia exhibition of queer artists examines the past and future of the gay rights movement. Erin Dohony reviews.
Meet Katonya Mosley and her comedy game show ‘For My People’
Racial stamina onstage
Who’s qualified to speak for “their people”? What happens when others listen in — and vie for points? Philly comedian Katonya Mosley finds out with her monthly show at PHIT, ‘For My People.’