Harmon's way - Page 2

Dan Harmon charts his own course through the comedy universe

Harmon speaks truth to misfits.

Harmontown's filled that space, in a culty sort of way, with white-boy freestyle raps and live Dungeons and Dragons. The show tends to draw out bright millennials, eager Aspergians, and closeted creatives who find Harmon's neuroses at least amusing but more often inspiring (also: nerds). It's a mix that suit-wearing co-host Jeff B. Davis (Whose Line Is It Anyway?) best termed a "mutual anxiety association." Harmontown isn't meant for everybody. But that's clearly by design. And as he hits the road with the show, Harmon's looking for his people. 


Jan. 31, 8pm, sold out

Punch Line Comedy Club

444 Battery, SF



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