Three of comedy’s reigning eccentrics are teaming up for a swift, six-city jawn they’re calling the Sandwich To Go Tour. Not sure who’s the bread or the meat or what. Eugene Mirman, possibly best known for voicing Gene on Bob’s Burgers, is an unstoppably weird standup who likes to recount his victories as an unstoppably weird purchaser of Facebook ads. Kristen Schaal (Louise on Bob’s Burgers, senior women’s issues correspondent on the Daily Show) does a wide-eyed/dirty mind thing that surprises every time. And John Hodgman (deranged millionaire on the Daily Show, though writing books is more his métier) gives sorta mock lectures that rearrange the facts into magical realist flights of fancy.
Tue., Oct. 15, 8 p.m., $25-$35, Keswick Theatre, 291 N. Keswick Ave., 215-572-7650, keswicktheatre.com.
UPDATE: This show was moved to the Trocadero. More info here.
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