Meg Stalter, Patti Harrison & Sarah Sherman

The Wilbur Theatre Located at
246 Tremont St, Boston, MA.
Phone: 617-248-9700
Thu Oct 20th - 7:30PM
SEAT TYPE: Fully seated
$35 - $65


Megan Stalter is an LA based actress, comedian and writer. Originally from the Chicago comedy scene, Megan has been called “an oasis of invigorating silliness in feeds

Megan Stalter is an LA based actress, comedian and writer.

Originally from the Chicago comedy scene, Megan has been called “an oasis of invigorating silliness in feeds dominated by wearying tragedy” by the New York Times and “a soothing comedy balm for a scathing grease fire of a year” by Harper’s Bazaar. Her breakout role is in the HBO Max series HACKS.

Megan was listed by both Vulture and Variety as a 2020 Comic to Watch. Her satirical, often surrealist work has been described as 'essential escapist comedy,' and the New York Times' Jason Zinoman described her as 'the most vital voice to emerge during this anxious, isolating moment.' Meg can next be seen as the lead in Hannah Pearl Utt's indie feature CORA BORA, and a guest star on Peacock's QUEER AS FOLK.

Megan’s television vehicle CHURCH GIRLS is currently set up at HBO Max with A24 and Range Media Partners producing. Megan will star, write, Executive Produce, and co-showrun. She is currently set to appear in SNL comedy trio PLEASE DON’T DESTROY’s upcoming untitled feature from Universal, which is being produced by Apatow Productions and shoots through mid-September.

– “poised to become the most visible working trans comedian in America” (Rolling Stone) – recently completed production for the third season of Hulu’s SHRILL, on which she plays Aidy Bryant’s “sociopath-adjacent” coworker. She next appears in a lead role, opposite Ed Helms, in director Nikole Beckwith’s feature TOGETHER TOGETHER.

In the summer of 2019, she was honored as one of Variety’s 10 Comics to Watch at that year’s prestigious Just for Laughs festival in Montreal. She co-hosted the Forever Dog podcast “A Woman’s Smile” alongside Lorelai Ramirez, and previously hosted monthly shows “It’s a Guy Thing” at Union Hall in NY and “Died & Gone to Heaven” at the Largo in LA. Patti has been profiled by Rolling Stone, The New York Times, GQ, Interview, Time, Vulture, NYLON, and BUST magazines, among others. Her impressive list of TV writing credits include Netflix’s I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE WITH TIM ROBINSON and BIG MOUTH. She can be seen on screen in Paul Feig’s feature A SIMPLE FAVOR and television shows HIGH MAINTENANCE, SEARCH PARTY, THE TONIGHT SHOW, FULL FRONTAL, and Netflix’s I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE.

Sarah Sherman aka Sarah Squirm is currently a featured player on Saturday Night Live. Outside of the show, she is known for her unconventional and popular live show, Helltrap Nightmare. She was chosen to be a New Face at the 2021 Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. Sarah opened for Eric Andre’s national tour and wrote on THE ERIC ANDRE SHOW. She staffed on the Adult Swim series THREE BUSY DEBRAS and Netflix’s MAGIC FOR HUMANS. She was previously named one of Vulture's Comics to Watch for 2018 and one of TIME OUT Magazine’s Five Comics to Watch for 2017. Sarah recently wrote, directed, and starred in SARAH VACCINE [means.tv] , a short that Paper Mag described as a “maniacal, gross-out and overwhelming response to [our] lockdown hell”.

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    Why does it feel like every week is fashion week

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    RT @stephkondo: @megstalter is the funniest bitch. thanks for being the bi-icon that you are. if y’all ever get to see her live, go🫵🏻

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    ❤️TORONTO ❤️ did you get tickets yet to see this little bitch this weekend at @JFL_TORONTO ??? https://t.co/PlPyPSIa1Y

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