Event Details

TNM Fringe : Stupid Time Machine @ 8:00 pm

11.21.13 // 8:00 pm
Live Sketch Comedy
TNM Nola
1919 Burgundy

New Orleans, La 70116

Stupid Time Machine is back with a brand new sketch comedy show. Come check out what we have been working on. Each year we work hard on a new hour long show. We are excited to bring our newest batch of sketch comedy to Fringe and we’d love to see you there. Last year we sold out our Fringe Festival show. Make sure to get your tickets early.

Tickets are $8 w/ Fringe button. $11 without.

STM Bio : Hometown New Orleans comedy group Stupid Time Machine has been touring sell-out live sketch shows for four years now. STM is a collaboration of TNM veterans who have been featured at national festivals, created acclaimed podcasts and web series’, and been featured multiple times on websites like Funny or Die. This unapologetic group takes everything that makes us uncomfortable or afraid and shows us there is always a reason to laugh.

- “Energetic performers with can-do-anything-anywhere confidence…who are individually uproarious and a collective force to be reckoned with.” Nytheater.com

- “A comedy ensemble that mocks and makes fun of everything you always wanted to laugh at, but were afraid to start.” CurtainUp.com

- “Thoroughly entertaining…at its best, it was like Saturday Night Live at its finest.” Time Out New York

- One of Four “must-see shows” (out of 200) of 2010 Fringe Festival, Wall Street Journal

- “Sharp writing, pitch perfect performances, goofy, and unfiltered: Stupid Time Machine were rimming with ambitious, crass, tongue-in-cheek humor. Every character, while appropriately idiotic, was thoroughly three-dimensional, gliding through taboos without a clue or conscious.” Spinningplatters.com, SF Sketch Comedy Festival 2012

- “This was the third time back at SketchFest for this witty, New Orleans-based group, and without question they have earned their repeated berth. The best sketch and improv performers tend to be tremendously skilled actors, and Stupid Time Machine has a couple of charismatic aces up its sleeve…” Chicago Tribune, Chicago SketchFest 2013