Jacqueline Novak (Monique Carboni)

Back for a six-week run beginning December 4

Written and Performed by Jacqueline Novak

Directed by John Early

Presented by Natasha Lyonne

DATES:

Opening Night: December 14, 2019
Final Performance: January 26, 2020


“Absurd, real and hilarious! Novak’s winning show does what the best comedy can do: It changes the conversation.”
– Time Out New York

“Critic’s Pick! Brilliant on the absurdity of having and being a thinking, feeling, desiring, body. Shrewd, explicit, though not exactly raunchy, this is the funniest show about Cartesian dualism you will see all year.” 
– New York Times

“A genius ode to fellatio. The seminal work on its subject, exploding with trenchant analysis and autobiographical experience with the act. The comedian deploys the kind of uproarious dexterous provocation seen in Hannah Gadsby’s Nanette or Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag.”
– Rolling Stone

“Clearly her masterwork.”
– New York Magazine

“An overthinker’s delight! A reminder that 
a woman’s humor can cut as deeply as her rage.”
-The New Yorker

“Damn funny with provocative and superbly
articulated material.”
– The Hollywood Reporter

  “Ladies and Gentlemen,
I have seen the Muhammed Ali of comedy.”
– John Mulaney

“Totally interesting and really funny
and just really like nothing else.”
– Ira Glass

“A staggering show,
the kind of thing that changed everyone in the room.”
– Miranda July