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Fridays on Ice
Hosted by Katie Hartman
Friday, July 14, 2017 at 10:30PM
New Ohio Theatre
154 Christopher Street
Buzz 1 + 5 + Enter to enter from sidewalk
Between Greenwich and Washington Streets
1 to Christopher Street; A,C,E,B,D,F to West 4th Street, PATH to Christopher
Part of Ice Factory 2017
Katie Hartman has never seen The Bachelorette. She has never played Candy Crush. She can effortlessly eat over a dozen dumplings in one sitting and has never known love. She hates horror movies but prefers feeling fear to feeling bloated. She likes her shows like she likes her men: joyful, a little scared and maybe titties? Katie Hartman hates to learn knew things but demands that her friends take the time to teach her what they know because she understands it is good for her.
+ With guests Brett Davis, Clay McLeod Chapman, Laura Von Holt, Sapphire Jones, and animation by Angel Yau
Katie Hartman is an actor and comedian living in NYC. She was a staff writer and performer for Seriously.tv, Hearst Media's social justice comedy network. Her sketch duo, Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting, has been a critic’s picks in Time Out New York, Washington Post, and Charleston City Paper. Festivals include: New York Sketchfest, Charleston Comedy Festival, East to Edinburgh at 59E59, Edinburgh Fringe, Capital Fringe, FringeNYC, FRIGID New York and Out of Bounds. Their web series "Made To Order" (madetoorderseries.com) was listed as one of "6 Brilliant Web Series" by Marie Claire. Katie improvises Saturday nights at The Peoples Improv Theater with house team Gypsy Danger, is a regular on the Webby Award-winning channel The Key of Awesome and you can see her performing characters around NYC at venues like: The PIT, UCB, Union Hall, and a bunch of shitty bars. TV & Film: High Maintenance, Younger, Search Party, 3rd Street Blackout.
Fridays on Ice is Ice Factory's late night performance salon. Featuring artists creating work not usually seen in downtown theatre spaces, but more typically found in nightclubs, bars, and private apartments, each evening is individually hosted by an impresario of this alternative storytelling community, and features cutting-edge micro-works by some of NYC’s cagiest short-form theater-makers.