Blue Balls Knoll

comedy · dark mark · world premiere · one person show · United States of America

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KRISTEN WORCESTER certified reviewer · June 14, 2015
tagged as: funny · goth
Dark Mark is a very funny comedian. I always enjoy watching his shows. He's actually the only reason why I go out to the Fringe Festival.... full review

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VY MENDEZ · June 17, 2015
Blue Balls is a must see. My boyfriend and I laughed and laughed. I've followed The Goth Comedian Dark Mark White for years. He sees things like no other. I don't want to spoil the show, so all I'll say is-it's quite enjoyable and memorable. Take a friend or 3. You'll want an encore & you'll want someone to talk with about the show after it ends. ... full review

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AUBREY SHAW · June 17, 2015
Mark's show was shits and giggles and sad reality into the world of dating. I would definitely check out his next show. Or any show he does. Do it. Now. Or I'll cut you.... full review

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ANGI PICHAN · June 17, 2015
I was lucky enough to catch the premiere of Dark Mark's Blue Balls Knoll. He brings a certain hilarity to the dating world that we can all relate to. The is one time when the term Blue Balls is a very very good thing. Anyone who missed the opening should definitely check out his other shows, you wont be disappointed. ... full review

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