Deep Night Season 10: Sudi Green

Dale discovers that a tiny nearby state holds some big scary secrets. He shudders with every revelation in this conversation with comedian and SNL writer, Sudi Green. Sudi talks about growing up in Newark, Delaware where tax-free shopping and murderous intentions go hand-in-hand. Sudi shares some stories about taunting teens on the dance floor, being drawn to characters that are a lot like her, and what not to wear for Halloween. There’s a lot of great comedy wisdom in this episode as Sudi talks about observing behaviors that make it into sketches and what happens when a performer breaks on stage. The two also spill the beans on the sexiest animals of all time and Dale invites you to try some of his home-made essential oils.

Sudi Green is a comedian living in Brooklyn and writer for Saturday Night Live. You can see her as the co-host of her sketch/variety show Theme Party. In 2015, Sudi was selected as a Just For Laughs New Face for characters. She is a proud member of sketch groups Pop Roulette, O.S.F.U.G. and alumni of HammerkatzNYU.

The next Deep Night with Dale Live is happening on Weds, November 15 when Dale will be joined by his guests, Lola Kirke, Kiley Lotz, Wanjiko Eke, and Sarah Lazarus. With music by Cornelius Loy. For tickets visit the Slipper Room website: http://www.slipperroom.com/event/1519644-guest-event-deep-night-dale-new-york/.

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Dale Radio Season 7: Josh Gondelman, Janelle James, Amber Nelson & Leslie Goshko

A good looking group! Photo by Rebecca Smeyne.

A good looking group! Photo by Rebecca Smeyne.

Dale illuminates some dark corners in this live episode featuring a dazzling lineup of comedians and storytellers. With the fine and funny group of Leslie Goshko, Amber Nelson, Janelle James, and Josh Gondelman, Dale discusses Methodist sex cults, life in the swamps, kitchen supply costumes for kids, depressing television updates, and we find out about everyone’s favorite cheeses. The show also features a Diff’rent Strokes duet and various takes on life lessons and obsessions. Music by Steve O’Reilly.

Next up Dale can be spotted filling in as a sidekick on the Running Late with Scott Rogowsky program, Thursday, October 30th at Littlefield along the Gowanus. Then he’s hosting a night of character work and doing his own solo show as part of the 2014 SOLOCOM solo comedy festival at The PIT. As usual, be sure and rate or review Dale on itunes or listen in on Stitcher Radio. Lots of great ways to get your weekly Dale fix! We’ll be back in January with full live shows as part of the NYC Podfest and more!