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Missing Kitten presents Sam Tallent - TWO SHOWS

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Missing Kitten Comedy Show
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The Missing Kitten Comedy Show is Omaha's longest running monthly standup comedy show. It's the 2nd Saturday of every month at The Backline theater in Omaha and features nationally touring comedians from Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, and New York City, as well as local comedians on the rise. Hosted/produced by Dusty Stehl and Jimmy Putnam.

TWO SHOWS | 9:00PM & 10:30PM | 18+ | $5

Presenting:
Sam Tallent
Known for whip-quick wit and rollicking improvisations, Sam Tallent is one of the sharpest, most original rising talents in comedy today. He has been called "the absurd voice of a surreal generation" by the Denver Post, and, when not maintaining a "Black Flag esque tour schedule" (Savage Henry Magazine), Sam has worked alongside many of the biggest names in comedy, including Louis CK, Dave Chappelle, Doug Stanhope, Dana Carvey, Hannibal Buress and TJ Miller. Sam has performed at the Oddball Comedy Festival, High Plains Comedy Festival, Hell Yes Fest, the Chicago Comedy Expo and the NY Film and Television Festival. Sam regularly headlines his hometown club, the legendary Denver Comedy Works. He recently won his battle on Comedy Central's "Roast Battle", and was seen on VICELAND's "Flophouse" as well as the "Chris Gethard Show". His writing has been published on VICE.com. He lives in Las Vegas with his wife and his dog.

Featuring:
Mallory Wallace
Mallory has been featured in SCENE magazine, 5280 Magazine, The Coloradoan and the Denver Post for stand-up and contributions to the Colorado comedy scene. She is constantly performing and has been lucky enough to take part in Crom Comedy Festival, High Plains Comedy Festival, the Idaho Women’s Exhibition, Lincoln Calling, and the Fort Collins Music Experience. Mallory’s style pulls heavily from the woman’s point of view on a wide range of topics. She believes steadfastly in love, but her comedic voice is “a very interesting mix of poetry and meanness."

Patrick Clark

Venue

The Backline