Our Reservoir Hour Variety Show w/Beth Lisick & Jodi Lennon

Orpheum Tickets

Orpheum · Saugerties

LISICK & LENNON’S MORE THAN A FEELING Comedy Fest and a LIVE from Upstate event

Sunday, June 9 1:00p

Just like the Jolly Cow parking lot on a sweltering afternoon, you can run into just about anyone at Our Reservoir Hour. This freewheeling, hyperlocal variety show was born in the carpeted back room of the Reservoir Inn in West Hurley and became an instant hit. Come join officious hosts Beth and Jodi, their adventurous roster of guests, and the electrospasmodic house band comprised of Eli and Stoley, who each share a bed and a Central Hudson bill with one of the hosts. You guess which. If the NextDoor app met a downtown alt-comedian at the avocado kiosk at Hannaford and wrote a one-act play about showbiz, it just might be Our Reservoir Hour. 

This show includes special performances by; Chris Maxwell, The Mad Flautist, Paul Gutkowski, Jacinta Bunnell and more surprises!

Beth Lisick is a writer, actor and dementia caregiver who lives in West Hurley. As an author, she has published six books including the novel Edie on the Green Screen and the New York Times bestselling comic memoir Everybody Into the Pool. Beth’s acting credits include a role on the Emmy-winning Amazon series Transparent and lead roles in numerous independent films screened at Cannes, Sundance, Tribeca, and the San Francisco International Film Festival. She does voiceover work for museums, including the Smithsonian, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, and SFMOMA.  She has been running the San Francisco-based storytelling series Porchlight since 2002. 

 

Jodi Lennon is an Emmy nominated comedy writer/producer/director.
Her credits include At Home with Amy Sedaris, Indefensible with Jena Friedman, It’s Personal with Amy Hoggart, Difficult People, Billy on the Street, Impractical Jokers and Would I Lie To You?, to name a few. Her work has appeared on Comedy Central, Hulu, Max, TruTV, TBS, MTV, IFC, The CW, Sundance and more.
Jodi directed and produced the documentary short Marc Maron: The Voice of Something featured in the Vice feature, Too Soon Comedy. Lennon has directed tv, short films, commercials and one-person shows. 

Jodi is an alumnae of Chicago’s Second City, The Annoyance Theatre and I.O.