Thursday, April 7th
1230 State St. Salem, OR
9:00pm / No Cover / 21+
Since winning HBO’s Comedy Arts Festival "Best Stand up Comic" Award, Shane Mauss has gone on to be a favorite on Conan, Jimmy Kimmel, Comedy Central, Netflix, and Showtime. His latest album, ’My Big Break’, debuted at #1 on the iTunes comedy chart and now he’s diving into a brand new hour about one of his admittedly controversial lifelong passions: psychedelics.
Take a journey down the rabbit hole for some deep, authentic laughs about mushrooms, LSD, DMT and more. Shane will question our fickle perceptions, share personal experiences, explore the history of psychedelics and modern scientific research. All with a lot of laughs and a whole lot of weird in one of the most unique and thought-provoking shows you will ever see.
NOTE: No prior drug experience is required to enjoy this show. It will be entertaining and educational for all.
WARNING: This show is about PSYCHEDELICS! It’s about learning about ourselves and looking at life differently. If you are a fan of meth, heroin, or any other idiotic drug like that, this show will probably only make you feel worse about yourself than you likely already do.
FINALLY: To answer your question, no! Shane will not actually be on drugs during the actual performance, mostly because tripping at work is a waste of good drugs. But regardless, we’re all going to have a good trip.
Hosted by Ray McMillin (Hard Times, Exotic & Savage Henry Magazines, featured at Harvey’s, Helium and Curious), this 21-and-over event features Eugene’s Alex Adney and Portland’s Addy Ellis adding (illiteration unintentional) to the bill. This event will start promptly at 9pm, and although technically a no-cover affair, reserved seating is encouraged, with tickets available at the top of this page, or by calling or texting 707-456-7887.
Sponsored by One-Hour Pharmacy (1HRx) Entertainment, this showcase is currently seeking addtional support for sponsorship advertisement. Please contact the host Ray McMillin for additional information on how to get your company’s logo onstage, on the flyers and in print.