Who Am I?Seattle-based actor, editor, filmmaker, performance artist, puppeteer, and Rocketman.
Contact me at: benlau at gmail.com
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Spin the Bottle’s reign of “longest running late night cabaret” came to a close in December of 2018 when market economics and audience apathy regarding the Capitol Hill neighborhood forced the Annex community to stop doing late night shows in its current space. So we held a funeral. Some familiar … Continue reading
SketchFest Seattle, the world’s ORIGINAL sketch comedy festival, comes roaring back with a brand new festival for 2018 at our new home at Unexpected Productions! Every year, SketchFest Seattle brings together the most talented and hilarious comedians we can find from across the globe, pair them with the best and … Continue reading
I hosted the April 1st edition of Spin the Bottle at Annex Theatre. Acts included an excerpt of the upcoming late night “Eat Cake,” Philip Geurin, Andrew Shanks, Kate Farrell, and “The Seattle Files with Chris Allen.” It was also Val Brunetto’s birthday, so we wore John Oliver’s “Make Donald … Continue reading
Got another chance to host the show I’ve been performing in since 1999. It was a hot day, so I wore appropriate clothing. Acts included an excerpt from the upcoming mainstage show “Is She Dead Yet?”, drag from Randy Littleman, puppets from Vox Fabuli, spoken word from the Zig Zag … Continue reading