Author, David Misch (writer for Mork & Mindy / Muppets / Saturday Night Live/SNL), has another New York City book appearance for his new book, "FUNNY: The Book," including a special presentation of "The History of HA!" at the 92nd Street Y tonight, March 22.
David's multi-media presentation features clip from many famous moments is film and TV comedy history (i.e. Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner's "2,000 Year Old Man," "Blazing Saddles," "Monty Python," "Mary Tyler Moore Show," Abbott & Costello's "Who's On First" and many others - Sample links below).
Mr. Misch and "FUNNY: The Book" is currently crossing the country in a multi city speaking tour. His tour to date includes, Montgomery, AL; Santa Monica, CA; Walnut Creek, CA; Virginia Beach, VA; Houston, TX; Scottsdale, AZ; Irvine, CA; St. Louis, MO; San Diego, CA; Minneapolis, MN; Los Angeles, CA., Jacksonville and Palm Beach, FL. as well as an upcoming appearance at 92nd Street Y in New York City, NY for ...
Tonight, March 22 at noon at 92YTribeca Lecture Hall - (200 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10013 - Price: $21.00)
For David Misch, an establisher TV comedy writer, humor is a very serious topic, but a subject the reader will find throughly entertaining in his latest release "FUNNY: The Book." While recognizing humor may be easy, explaining it without loosing the comedy, takes talent. Both Carl Reiner and Jason Alexander offer their opinions (above), as do many of the author's colleagues from noted shows such as "The Simpsons," "Newhart," "Friends," "MASH," "Fraiser," and "The West Wing" (attached) with regard to David Misch's new book and the unique spotlight it puts on the topic.
Counted among David's credits are shows such as "Mork & Mindy," "Saturday Night Live" (SNL), "Duckman," as well as "The Muppets Take Manhattan" and the pilot for David Letterman's first talk show. Misch has written, created, and produced programs for NBC, CBS, ABC, HBO, and a host of other channels. So, as an expert in his field, it was no surprise that his new book would take a humorous and historic look at what made and makes American's laugh at others and themselves.