Spring Comedy Show
Vanessa Bayer & Alex Moffat
with Host Streeter Seidell
Date: Tuesday April 17th, 2018
Location: Grand Ballroom in Stamp
Show Starts: 7:00 PM
Doors Open: 6:00 PM
Doors Close: 8:00 PM
Who Can Go? UMD Community, UMD Alumni & Limited Quantity to the General Public
Where Do I Get Tickets? Unfortunately tickets are SOLD OUT
About the Artists
Cleveland native and University of Pennsylvania alum Vanessa Bayer recently wrapped her seventh and final season of "Saturday Night Live,” where she performed recurring characters such as Jacob the Bar Mitzvah Boy and weather women Dawn Lazurus. She is also known for her roles in films such as “Trainwreck,” “Carrie Pilby,” and “Office Christmas Party.” She will next appear in guest roles on NBC’s Will and Grace and the third season of Netflix’s “Love,” and you can also see her in the upcoming Netflix film, “Ibiza.”
Alex Moffat is a New York-based actor, stand-up, writer, and current cast member on Saturday Night Live. He hails from Chicago where he performed with The Second City's Bizco and Boatco, The Annoyance, iO, Zanies, The Comedy Bar, and The Public House Theater. He appeared in NBC’s sketch comedy pilot, and can be seen in the films "A Conspiracy On Jekyll Island" with Minnie Driver and Uncle John" with John Ashton. Alex was recently Natural Light Beer’s first spokesperson since Mickey Mantle and was an official acro-dunker with the Chicago Bulls.
Your Host: Streeter Seidell
Streeter Seidell is a comedian and writer for "Saturday Night Live." Some of the more notable sketches he is responsible for include "Close Encounter" (with Kate McKinnon), "FBI Simulator" (with Larry David), "Space Pants" (with Peter Dinklage) and "David Pumpkins" (with Tom Hanks). Prior to SNL, he spent eight years as a cast member and writer at CollegeHumor.com, acting in many of the site's sketches, including "Prank Wars" which was spun off by MTV into "Pranked," a show he co-hosted for six seasons with Amir Blumenfeld. Seidell was also a cast member on VH1's "Best Week Ever" and History Channel's "I Love the 1880's." He has written for the New York Times, ABC's "Trophy Wife," Mental Floss Magazine, McSweeney's, Wired and The Washington Post.