Tag Archives: Stand Up Comedy

Catch Me at the 208 Comedy Festival in September!!

24 Jun

208 Comedy Festival

From September 7-9, 2017, i will be making my return to Boise, Idaho for the first ever 208 Comedy Festival.  Some of my favorite LA heavy hitters will be there with me, including Danielle Perez (Twitter: @divadelux), Marcella Arguello (@marcellacomedy), and other comics I’ve met over the years, like Becky Braunstein from Portland (@BeckyfromAlaska).  Boise is an amazing comedy town.  Check out their comedy club, Liquid Laughs!

Advertisements

Cape Fear Comedy Festival This May!!!

15 Apr

I will be performing stand up at the Cape Fear Comedy Festival from May 17th through May 20th, in Wilmington, North Carolina.  Apparently this is where Dawson’s Creek used to be filmed, but I was too young to really care about James Van Der Beek, so that’s not what I will be thinking about while there.  Instead, I will be focused on brings some hot minutes to the south!  You can find more information about the festival here.

12489475_10154036833415730_2823881905595333631_o.jpg

I’m Making My Stand Up Comedy Debut in Portland Next Week

11 Feb

I’m going on a mini-tour of Portland next week.  Full information and dates can be found on my website at unrulymarulli.com.  Should I wear a wig on this tour?  I just might.  Who knows.

i-might-wear-a-wig-tour

Last Shows of 2016!!!

18 Dec

Wow, what a year it’s been.  I know that most people are over 2016, but I am cocky enough to say that I had a great year!  It’s still 2016, and I still have more shows.  Come out and support live comedy!

December 2016 Shows Poster.jpg

Special Announcement: Idaho Laugh Fest 2017

25 Sep

I have a fun announcement – I will be performing at the 4th Annual Idaho Laugh Fest from January 12th through January 15th, 2017!!!  The festival will take place in Boise and will feature a range of comedians from across the country.  A few friends I know from Los Angeles will also be there!  Show dates and further information is pending!

13177609_733110536831994_8919203070806398075_n

See Me Perform at the Hudson Valley Comedy Festival from June 30th to July 2nd

27 Jun

Heather Marulli at the Hudson Valley Comedy Festival.jpg

This weekend I will be performing in Kingston and Saugerties, New York as a part of the Hudson Valley Comedy Festival.  Here is where I will be:
Thursday, June 30th at 7:00 PM
Festival Kickoff Early Show
BSP Lounge, 323 Wall Street, Kingston, NY 12401
Friday, July 1st at 6:00 PM
Odd Comics at Odd Fellows
Odd Fellows Temple – Art & Theater Space
220 Main Street, Saugerties, NY 12477
Saturday, July 2nd at 7:30 PM
Jokes and a Movie Late Show
Movie at 7:30 PM, Comedy at 9:30 PM
Seven21 Media Center
721 Broadway, Kingston, NY 12401

 

I’m Making My Stand Up Comedy Debut in Colorado This Memorial Day Weekend

25 May

13240551_10104966840613399_8312279747089278381_n

We’re having dinner at the Hard Rock Cafe first.  Pray for me.

See Me Perform Live in Los Angeles at the Funny Women Festival

17 Nov

OFFICIAL PARTICIPANT IMAGE-01

On December 3rd at 11:55 PM, I will be partaking in the 3rd Annual Funny Women Festival at iOWest in Hollywood, California in the stand up competition.  Some of the other hilarious women performing in this festival include Mary Lynn Rajskub, Mo Collins, Kate Flannery, and Angela Kinsey!!!

Full details of the event can be found by clicking here.

Art Weingartner Lives On Forever: Rick Ducommun Dead at 62

20 Jun

Perhaps best known for playing nosy neighbor Art Wiengartner in the cult classic film The ‘Burbs, Rick Ducommun’s career started in stand up and lead to a string of supporting comedic roles in the 1980s and 1990s.  Rick Ducommun died on June 12, 2015 at the age of 62, due to complications from diabetes.  Ducommun’s performance as Art was a comedic triumph and a delight for anyone who saw The ‘Burbs.  Art Wiengartner was the perfect overzealous neighbor, inviting himself to eat at Ray Peterson’s house and sharing his theories on the new neighbors who move into the Klopeck house down the street.  Ducommun’s comedic timing was on point, especially with the delivery of his most quoted line: “Satan is good, Satan is our pal…”.

The Burbs - Art

Here is a best of compilation showing some of Art’s classic moments:

The ‘Burbs was a film favorite for me in my childhood, but Ducommun also appeared in movies like Little Monsters as the villain Snik, and as Gus, one of the bar patrons who spends his night with Phil Connors over and over again.  He also appeared as the limo driver in Blank Check.  Ducommun was also an accomplished stand up comedian, with an HBO special airing on HBO called “Rick Ducommun: Piece of Mind”.

Groundhog Day - Rick Ducommun

LITTLE MONSTERS, Rick Ducommun, Howie Mandel, 1989.

LITTLE MONSTERS, Rick Ducommun, Howie Mandel, 1989.

Rick Ducommun certainly had a huge stage presence, and he was a scene stealer in many of his roles.  His career never blew up like many of the stand-up comedians who went on to have their own sitcoms or starring film roles, but Ducommun is memorable, and I certainly count him among my comedic influences.

Pour one out for Rick Ducommun.

Watch Me Perform Stand Up at the Westside Comedy Theater

28 Feb