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Tuesday, July 26: Last Show of the Year

July 22, 2011

From Eve to Oprah, from Cleopatra to Sarah Palin — with Harriet Tubman and Virginia Woolf in between — women’s history gets the mile-a-minute treatment in a show that won’t make you say the c-word.

Last show of 2011!

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Bullish: How to Avoid Burnout and Not Become a Brain-Eating Zombie

July 22, 2011

How Things Work

July 22, 2011

I got up early today to meet a deadline and all the sudden someone was shining an orange light at me from between two buildings. I live on the 25th floor and sometimes wonder if other tower-dwellers are looking at me with binoculars, which actually would probably be really boring for them.

I got up all like “WTF is that?” Yes, that would be THE SUN.

That is all.

Bullish: Responding to Disappointment with Awesomeness

July 20, 2011

Up Late Signing Certificates in Nerdery for Tomorrow’s !The Punctuation Show!

July 19, 2011

New Video: How Spinoza Solved Religion, from “What Philosophy Majors Do After College”

July 18, 2011

Jennifer Dziura on How Spinoza Solved Religion in “What Philosophy Majors Do After College” from Jennifer Dziura on Vimeo.

B*tch Magazine recommends ¡The Punctuation Show!

July 18, 2011

Tuesday, July 19
8pm
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Tuesday, July 19: ¡The Punctuation Show! (How to Use Tiny Symbols to Make Meaning Without %$^&#* Up)

July 15, 2011

Here are some photos from the last instance of ¡The Punctuation Show!, at Palm Beach State College:


 

Want to see this m*ther%#&%$ in NYC?

¡The Punctuation Show! (How to Use Tiny Symbols to Make Meaning Without %$^&#* Up)
Do you know your colon from your semicolon? Enjoy a fun-filled (and pun-filled) romp through the major punctuation marks, those that never quite took off, and some unorthodox uses of punctuation. Comedian Jennifer Dziura makes those tiny symbols on the printed page mean more than you ever imagined. Also, if you’ve ever wanted to volunteer to come on stage and punctuate something, this is your chance!

This is the New York premiere of a new show from pedantic humorist Jennifer Dziura, best known as co-host of the Williamsburg Spelling Bee.

“This actor/comedian takes lazy lexicographers to task. Better spell-check that love letter.” – TimeOut New York

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Bullish: Doing Business With Friends (And Still Having Friends, And A Business)

July 15, 2011

Bullish Life: Sometimes It’s Best Just to Not Think About It

July 12, 2011

Video: Jen Dziura on Machiavelli and Lady-Power in “What Philosophy Majors Do After College”

July 12, 2011

From the Women in Comedy Festival, Boston.

Jennifer Dziura on Machiavelli and Lady-Power in “What Philosophy Majors Do After College” from Jennifer Dziura on Vimeo.

The 2011 Shows: Socrates! Semicolons! Seneca Falls!

July 10, 2011

Finally! Here are the (only) shows I will be doing in NYC in 2011!

Attend the first two shows to receive free admission to the third. (At “What Philosophy Majors Do After College” and “The Punctuation Show,” attendees will each be awarded three credits towards a Masters in Nerdery. Present six credits at “The History of Women” to get in free and receive a Masters in Nerdery! Feel free to wear a cap and gown.)


 

Comedian Jennifer Dziura’s one-woman show of hilarity and the greats of Western thought. After graduating from Dartmouth with a degree in philosophy, Jennifer held job titles including office drone, nude art model, egg donor, subject of medical studies, and finally, comedian. The show includes a humorous overview of the work of nearly twenty philosophers, from Thales to Foucault, accompanied by an aptly collegiate slideshow.

“Dziura’s topic is relatable to most floundering twenty-somethings, especially those of us who decided not to be brokers. Her show has substance, heart, and rapid-fire laughs. It’s a gripping college lecture without a windbag professor.” – Abbi Crutchfield for TheApiary

Jennifer will also be performing “The Punctuation Show” on July 19 and “The History of Women in 60 Minutes” on July 26. Attend the first two shows and receive free admission to the third!

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¡The Punctuation Show! (How to Use Tiny Symbols to Make Meaning Without %$^&#* Up)
Do you know your colon from your semicolon? Enjoy a fun-filled (and pun-filled) romp through the major punctuation marks, those that never quite took off, and some unorthodox uses of punctuation. Comedian Jennifer Dziura makes those tiny symbols on the printed page mean more than you ever imagined. Also, if you’ve ever wanted to volunteer to come on stage and punctuate something, this is your chance!

This is the New York premiere of a new show from pedantic humorist Jennifer Dziura, best known as co-host of the Williamsburg Spelling Bee.

“This actor/comedian takes lazy lexicographers to task. Better spell-check that love letter.” – TimeOut New York

TICKETS


 

From Eve to Oprah, from Cleopatra to Sarah Palin — with Harriet Tubman and Virginia Woolf in between — women’s history gets the mile-a-minute treatment in a show that won’t make you say the c-word.
This is the New York premiere of a new show from pedantic humorist Jennifer Dziura, best known as co-host of the Williamsburg Spelling Bee and career columnist for women’s blog TheGrindstone.com.

TICKETS

I’ve been drawn by the great Molly Crabapple

July 10, 2011

Molly Crabapple is drawing portraits of “Sixty Six Friends Who Awe Me“. Here’s me!

Bullish: You Can Start a Business by Tuesday

July 8, 2011

Bullish Life: Getting Bullish in Practice as Well as in Theory

July 6, 2011

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