Tuesday March 19 5:59 am

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Two Performances Only! The Den Theatre Presents Comedian BETH STELLING Saturday, March 23, 2019 in The Bookspan Theatre

03/23/2019 - 19:30
03/23/2019 - 23:30
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Beth Stelling is a stand-up comedian, writer and actress. You may have seen her latest Netflix special The Standups (season 1, episode 5 of the series) currently streaming. She is a writer for I Love You America with Sarah Silverman on Hulu and before that wrote for seasons one and two of Judd Apatow's series Crashing on HBO, as well as Another Period on Comedy Central. She's a product of the Chicago stand-up scene and was named “Best Stand- Up Comedian in Chicago” by the Chicago reader in 2010. After moving to Los Angeles, Beth made her late night debut on Conan and returned in 2017. She appeared on Comedy Central’s @midnight, Chelsea Lately and The Pete Holmes Show. Beth was asked to perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live after Jimmy saw her perform at Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles. She has a Comedy Central half hour special that Vulture named “One of the Best Stand-Up specials of 2015." She guest starred on season 2 of the Amazon series Red Oaks opposite Jennifer Grey and can be seen in Comedy Central's Corporate and The High Court.

About The Den Theatre

Artistic Director Ryan Martin opened The Den in 2010 with a single theatre space. Seven years later, The Den boasts five intimate and unique theaters on two floors ranging from 50 – 200 seats, as well as two additional spaces primarily used for classes and rehearsals. The Den is also equipped with two bars enveloped by a never-ending field of lounge space for audiences and like-minded culture hounds to drink, talk, read, watch, think, listen and live. The Den is home to seven resident theatre companies including First Floor Theater, Haven Theatre Company, Griffin Theatre, The New Colony, Broken Nose Theatre, WildClaw Theatre and Firebrand Theatre. Hundreds of other companies from Chicago and beyond have also called The Den home, utilizing its theaters, studio space and easily convertible cabaret space to accommodate a stream of programming, including plays, musicals, film screenings, classical and jazz performances, dance, improv and stand-up, seminars and speaking engagements. For additional information, visit www.thedentheatre.com.