Critics' Pick

JACQUELINE NOVAK

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TOUR DATES

TBD

SEATTLE, WA

Erickson Theatre

May 15
May 16

AUSTIN, TX

Stateside at the Paramount

TBD

London, England

Boulevard Theater

TBD

Los Angeles, CA

Largo @ the Coronet

ADDITIONAL DATES TBA

"Absurd, real and hilarious. Novak's winning show does what the best comedy can do: It changes the conversation." - Time Out New York
"Critic's Pick! Brilliant on the absurdity of having and being a thinking, feeling, desiring, body. Shrewd, explicit, though not exactly raunchy, this is the funniest show about Cartesian dualism you will see all year." - New York Times
"Clearly her masterwork." - New York Magazine
"The show is an overthinker’s delight, and a reminder that a woman’s humor can cut as deeply as her rage." - The New Yorker
"Damn funny with provocative and superbly articulated material." - The Hollywood Reporter
"Jacqueline Novak’s Get On Your Knees solidifies her place as a comedic powerhouse — the rest of the world just needs to catch up." - Vanity Fair
" Jacqueline Novak can be best described by a word that does not exist yet which means hilarious, totally original yet seemingly familiar yet totally disruptive yet absolutely comfortable and also so funny that you don't realize until later that you’re forever changed." - John Mulaney
"People often ask me what comedy to see live and my current #1 recommendation is Jacqueline Novak’s newest hour. Completely original, hilarious, cathartic, and personal. It’s brilliant without shortchanging the audience on laughs. She is the future of comedy…just ask Miranda July or Natasha Lyonne or John Mulaney or former president Barack Obama (last one is made up)." - Mike Birbiglia
"Jacqueline Novak's unapologetic and original comedy is the kind that gives me hope in this business." - Amy Schumer

JACQUELINE NOVAK

GET ON YOUR KNEES

presented by Natasha Lyonne
directed by John Early
executive producer Mike Birbiglia