We are coming to DRAGONCON for the very first time, this weekend Sept 4-8! And we’re doing so many shows! Our schedule is here for your reference!!!
Notes: The big show is SATURDAY NIGHT AT 8pm—we’re doing a 20 minute set in this show that also has SO MANY GREAT PERFORMERS!
The “Doubleclicks Concert!” events will all be our hour-long, family-friendly set (these are the only shows we KNOW will be all-ages-friendly). We’re doing that show three times! And we’re also doing LOTS of other things!
Friday 4pm: Music & Talking with Molly Lewis & The Doubleclicks! Sheraton – Valdosta
Friday 5:30pm: – Gonzo Quiz Show & Celebrity Improv – Angela participates in the post-quiz-show celebrity improv, which starts at 7pm and includes AMAZING GUESTS from Doctor Who, MST3K and more, hosted by Ken Plume and Joseph Scrimshaw! Marriott Imperial Ballroom
Saturday 1pm: Doubleclicks Concert! Full hour of Doubleclicks music thanks to the Filk track! Hyatt Baker
Saturday 4pm: Doubleclicks Concert! Hyatt Concourse Stage (Exhibit Level of the Hyatt Regency)
Saturday 8pm – Gonzaroo III GREAT BIG GREAT WONDERFUL SHOW! with Paul and Storm, Ken Plume, Mike Phirman, Joseph Scrimshaw, Molly Lewis, The Doubleclicks, Hal Lublin, Mark Gagliardi, Aaron Fever, Doc Hammer, Scott Adsit, James Urbaniak, Frank Conniff!!! – Marriott Atrium Ballroom
Sunday 1pm: Doubleclicks Concert! Hyatt Concourse Stage (Exhibit Level of the Hyatt Regency)
Sunday 5:30pm: Parsec Awards! We’re playing and presenting at this! – Hyatt Regency V
Sunday 8:30pm: Quiz Show! We’re both celebrity guests on a fun quiz show with Doc Hammer, Mike Phirman Joseph Scrimshaw & hosted by Ken Plume & Aaron Fever!! Hyatt Regency VI-VII
The Dork Forest is an awesome wonderful podcast hosted by comedian Jackie Kashian in which she asks people about the things they know way too much about. She interviewed each of us (separately! like we are two different people!) and you can listen to the episodes now!
We have some fun new press coverage to share with you today!
We spoke with Stephanie at Talking Comics. Stephanie found us when we put a call out on Twitter saying this:
We were interested in having a more balanced set of interviews. We love talking to everybody, but we suspected that we might get more out of an interview when talking to a person who was a woman (for example, men tend to ask a lot of the same “what is it like to be a woman” and “since when do geek girls exist” questions, and we’d love to talk about other things). And hey—we were right, at least in Stephanie’s case.
Stephanie is an amazing interviewer and I was super interested in her questions and this conversation. Her podcast is called “Talking Comics” but we talked about a lot more than comics. Procrastination, quitting your job with and without a safety net, Nutella lattes, our future as the Aunts from Sabrina the Teenage Witch, which super villain Aubrey wants to be, and our ideal fictional supergroup. Listen to Talking Comics!
We sat down in our studio and chatted with Sean from the Portland Cool Podcast. This was fun, Sean is just starting up his podcast and we met in an improv class! From what I remember, we talked about improv, being cool, the open mic scene, our first album, and probably the cat keyboard? That usually happens. Enjoy it!
Big news, everyone! We are taking our awesome geek-centric variety show ON THE ROAD! Each show is a unique nerd-weird hug, featuring songs by The Doubleclicks, jokes from comedian Joseph Scrimshaw (Wits, Rifftrax), plus guests and games!
Every month we’ve been hosting a live-stream free show on the Internet with songs, chatting and guests! For February, the show is on Tuesday, February 17 at 12pm Pacific time/8pm GMT! Request a song in the comments below or ON OUR FACEBOOK POLL… and we’ll see you Tuesday!
Happy Holidays from Portland, friends. It’s come that time of year again, when I try to get my head around the year that’s ending. A time when I re-read these posts from the end of 2011, 2012 and 2013 and remember what a fool I was in the past, every moment until today. Gosh, past Angela was sure ignorant and silly, wasn’t she? Glad that’s all over.
Superfan note: If you go to these posts and leave a comment about the article, or even just visit, the spike in interest makes The Doubleclicks & our fans look good, and might make them want to cover us again! As a former journalist, I can say that this actually sometimes works.