After graduating from Pomona College, David moved to Boston, where his song “Somerville” was released nationally by Philo Records. He was named “Best Comedian In Boston” by Boston Magazine.
Funny: The Book is an entertaining look at the art of comedy, from its historical roots to the latest scientific findings, with diversions into the worlds of movies-Buster Keaton and the Marx Brothers), television-The Office, prose-Woody Allen, Robert Benchley, theater-The Front Page, jokes and stand-up comedy-Richard Pryor, Steve Martin, as well as personal reminiscences from the author's experiences on TV programs such as Mork and Mindy. With allusions to the not- always-funny Carl Jung, George Orwell and Arthur Koestler, Funny: The Book explores the evolution, theories, principles, and practice of comedy, as well as the psychological, philosophical, and even theological underpinnings of humor.
Join us as we speak with David of his life long journey to bring humor into our lives. Call 213-769-