I’m taking my startup-scene satire “Techlandia” to Portland and San Francisco this fall. I’m still working on finding a venue in Portland. I’ll be at The Costume Shop in San Fran every weekend of Oct. 6-22, 2016.
“Like the IFC television series Portlandia, “Techlandia” is a playful examination of a unique, modern culture through sketch comedy. Quigg addresses how the tech industry seems both ubiquitous and mysterious to outsiders with songs, videos, sketches and anecdotes that often have Seinfeld-esque, ‘what’s-up-with-that’ overtones without the crabbiness.” – Review in Broadway World
Interested in attending? Email me for updates.
Last week I popped by the KPLU FM studios in Seattle for a round of “Job Title Bingo” with radio host Gabriel Spitzer. In the game you pick a word out of each of four “buckets of words” and, when read in order, they give you a brand new, likely-outrageous, tech job title, like Supreme Commander of Cloud Innovation. Continue reading “My New Job Title, “Satirist””
Seattle, Wa. – Seattle comedienne Bridget Quigg has announced a new one-woman show, Techlandia, starting a three-week run at Theater Schmeater in Belltown on February 26, 2016. Quigg offers a humorous spin on 11 years working in Seattle’s tech startup scene. Continue reading ““Techlandia” Promises Big Laughs for Geek-Soaked Seattle”