Saturday, January 26, 2013; 7:30 p.m.
Location: Camden Opera House, 29 Elm St, Camden, Maine
Contact: Camden Opera House; (207) 236-3353
The I’m Gonna Kill Him comedy show is an hour-and-a-half, multi-media production featuring the funniest of Erin Donovan’s work. Culling material from her days in NYC, her Match.com marriage, to her abrupt and shocking transplant to Maine, Erin Donovan finds humor in just about every aspect of middle-aged life. From having sex after children, to living in sweatpants, this performance is guaranteed to make you laugh not only at Erin but at your own plight as well.
Erin Donovan is the creator of the I’m Gonna Kill Him blog, video series, and comedy show. She writes a column for The Bangor Daily News whose readers weekly request that she no longer be paid and assert that God must have been drunk when he created her. She is regularly featured around the internet at sites like Errant Parent, Aiming Low, Scary Mommy, The Mouthy Housewives, and BaristaNet. Her blog was nominated by Nickelodeon for Best New Blog in 2010 and, most recently, Erin was named by BlogHer as a 2012 Voice of the Year and won the People’s Choice award in Humor for her outrageously funny piece, Dead Vagina Walking. Additionally, the editors from She Knows named her blog a 2012 funniest blog. Erin is currently working on a pilot for Nickelodeon.
“Erin has one of the most unique voices in the whole wide blogosphere.
She is laugh out loud, pee in your pants funny…”
-Jill Smokler, New York Times Bestselling author, Confessions of a Scary Mommy
“Erin’s writing astonishes with consistent hilarity and originality, especially considering the ease with which it seems to pour out of her. Reading her blog reminds me of watching performers–some have perfect technique, but the ones that captivate us have IT. Erin has IT.”
- Ann Imig, National Director of Listen To Your Mother, author of Ann’s Rants
“Erin’s writing is the rare but irresistible combination of intelligence, unapologetic honesty, and laugh-out-loud humor. It resonates directly with the soul of the modern parent.”
- Whitney Collins, Editor and Creator, Errant Parent