These two comedians will do anything to make you laugh
The Pajama Men – Shenoah Allen and Mark Chavez – debuted ‘Just the Two of Each of Us’ in April at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival to sold out houses, followed by further sold-out runs at the Sydney and Perth Comedy Festivals, as well as sold-out shows at the world’s largest arts festival, the Edinburgh Fringe. Most recently, they sold-out The Arts Theatre in London and was ranked as Time Out London’s #1 critic’s comedy choice. Currently The Pajama Men are in the midst of a month long residence at the Woolly Mammoth Theatre in Washington DC.
‘Just the Two of Each of Us’ features a horde of new characters played by The Pajama Men: Joan (who would eat a spider to fit in with the cool kids); Nadine (whose arm is missing and she wants it back); Franz (whose biggest problem is life is too easy); and a procrastinating King (who has only 700 years to get himself together because if he doesn’t it’s certain death for everyone) - all whose seemingly unrelated storylines come crashing seamlessly together in a typically breathless Pajama Men fashion right at the very end. Adding to the performance is a musical accompaniment by Kevin Hume.
Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico The Pajama Men first came to NYC in 2010 performing five shows of their internationally renowned ‘The Last Stand To Reason’ at St. Ann’s Warehouse in DUMBO, Brooklyn. They went on that year to break box office records at London’s Soho Theatre and earned the title “Double Act of the Year” by The London Times.