Straight from the world of almost-Best Picture winner “La La Land” comes So Long Boulder City, Jimmy Fowlie and Jordan Black’s take on Emma Stone’s character’s ill-fated, never-before-seen, one-woman show. What was it about this poorly produced, shoddily designed and sparsely attended production that was supposed to launch this struggling actress into super stardom? So Long Boulder City is a life-affirming tale of determination, ambition, crushed hopes and Hollywood triumph.

Straight from the world of almost-Best Picture winner “La La Land” comes So Long Boulder City, Jimmy Fowlie and Jordan Black’s take on Emma Stone’s character’s ill-fated, never-before-seen, one-woman show. What was it about this poorly produced, shoddily designed and sparsely attended production that was supposed to launch this struggling actress into super stardom? So Long Boulder City is a life-affirming tale of determination, ambition, crushed hopes and Hollywood triumph.

So Long Boulder City

So Long Boulder City is a gift for every actor/singer/waiter who dreams of becoming a star, but is met with the harsh reality that they drive for Uber.

I’m thrilled to be making my New York theater debut,” said Jimmy Fowlie. “All I know about theater is that when I studied it in college, my professors were like, ‘Please don’t pursue this!”

Of the comedy’s Los Angeles engagement, Variety cheered, “Genius! Fowlie’s comic timing is impeccable,” LA Weekly raved that the play is a “laugh packed, take no prisoners drag riposte” and LAist applauded “hilarious and devastating!”

Hollywood stars are also getting into the act. Wendi McLendon Covey said “See this show! I can’t recommend it enough. I’m never wrong,” Fortune Feimster praised the production, “Nothing gave me greater joy than watching the brilliant mind of Jimmy Fowlie in So Long Boulder City. This show is such a treat!” and Jillian Bell summed it up, “Hands down one of the funniest shows I’ve ever seen!”

Tickets for So Long Boulder City are $36-$46 with premium seating available. So Long Boulder City plays Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays at 7:30pm and 10pm, Saturdays at 2pm, 7:30pm and 10pm and Sundays at 2pm and 7pm. Please check the show calendar for holiday schedule and additional performances. Tickets can be purchased online here or calling OvationTix at (866) 811-4111.

JIMMY FOWLIE (Co-writer/Star)
Jimmy has appeared in CBS’s 2 Broke Girls, HBO’s The Comeback, Teachers, The Joe Schmo Show, CollegeHumor Originals, and Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Most recently he played “Angelo” on the Disney show BizAardvark. His theater credits include the world premier of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson at The Kirk Douglas Theatre, directed by Alex Timbers. As a writer Jimmy has worked for MTV, Maker Studios, and ABC Family. He was also selected for the 2014 CBS Diversity Showcase and he can be seen performing live sketch and improve at The Groundlings. Jimmy is best known for writing and starring in his own show, “Go-Go Boy Interrupted” –an award-winning comedy that follows Danny Carter, a 30-year-old go-go boy who ages out of his “career.”

Jimmy Fowlie
jimmy Fowlie

JIMMY FOWLIE (Co-writer/Star)
Jimmy has appeared in CBS’s 2 Broke Girls, HBO’s The Comeback, Teachers, The Joe Schmo Show, CollegeHumor Originals, and Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Most recently he played “Angelo” on the Disney show BizAardvark. His theater credits include the world premier of Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson at The Kirk Douglas Theatre, directed by Alex Timbers. As a writer Jimmy has worked for MTV, Maker Studios, and ABC Family. He was also selected for the 2014 CBS Diversity Showcase and he can be seen performing live sketch and improve at The Groundlings. Jimmy is best known for writing and starring in his own show, “Go-Go Boy Interrupted” –an award-winning comedy that follows Danny Carter, a 30-year-old go-go boy who ages out of his “career.”

Jordan Black

JORDAN BLACK (Co-writer/Director)
Jordan is an alum of The Groundlings Theatre Company and the creator of the hit improv show The Black Version. He’s also a former writer for Saturday Night Live on NBC, Uncle Buck on ABC, and Stacked on FOX. He directed two viral webseries, “Ask A Slave” starring Azie Dungey (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt) and “Go Go Boy Interrupted” starring Jimmy Fowlie and was also showrunner/director for the webseries “Casual Sketch” by Maker Studios. As an actor, he can be seen in the current seasons of CBS’ 9JKL, HBO’s Ballers and HBO’s Curb Your Enthusiasm. He’s also appeared in such shows as The Mindy Project, 2 Broke Girls, and Key and Peele among many others including several appearances as “Dean Spreck” on NBC’s Community. As a voice actor, he’s worked on many shows including South Park, American Dad and The Cleveland Show.

Originally produced and developed for Celebration Theatre by Nathan Frizzell, Jay Marcus and Tom DeTrinis.

Subculture

Subculture Theater
45 Bleecker Street
Downstairs
New York, NY 10012

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