How Does That Make You Feel

STREAMING ON ARS NOVA SUPRA

 

July 1 @ 9PM ET | TIX $5

OR SUBSCRIBE TO ARS NOVA SUPRA FOR $15/MONTH

ESTIMATED RUN TIME: 45 MINUTES

 

Written & Performed by ELY KREIMENDAHL 
Captions AMY SHEELER, TRANSCRIPTION STAR

 

 

 

 

Photo by Mahayla Laurence.

 

Accessibility Information

This show includes live captioning. 

 

 

FAQ

How do I buy tix & watch this show?
The page you’re on right now is your one-stop-shop for buying tix and watching the show when it premieres! To buy, just click the red “WATCH” button above. FYI: You’ll first be prompted to register for an Ars Nova Supra account, and then you can checkout by purchasing either a single ticket or a subscription. When it’s time to watch the premiere, come back, login, and the show will begin!

What if I can’t watch at 9 PM ET?
This show premieres promptly at 9 PM — so if you want to experience it with our audiences who will be live-chatting, you’ll want to tune in on time. But we understand that life happens, and you might also be located in a different time zone! So your ticket includes access to watch and re-watch the stream until 7 PM ET the following day. 

What is the CAMP Bonfire Series? 
The CAMP Bonfire Series is a four-night festival featuring two comedy events each night created by the CAMP resident artists, all premiering live on Ars Nova Supra, June 28 – July 1. Shows premiere at 7PM & 9PM ET and are $10 each. If you want to see more than one CAMP Bonfire Series show, then the Ars Nova Supra subscription is right for you! Get access to all of the CAMP Bonfire Series, plus our full library of 2020/21 programming for just $15! SUBSCRIBE HERE.

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ABOUT ARS NOVA SUPRA

Our new digital platform, Ars Nova Supra, is the home to most of our 2020/21 season offerings! Tune in weekly for premieres created specifically for streaming, and priced at just $5-$10 each — or available live and on-demand with a $15/month, cancel-anytime subscription. LEARN MORE.

ABOUT CAMP

CAMP launched January 2021, and provides an eclectic group of creators with peer support and artistic feedback as they work on developing new comedic work in weekly meetings facilitated by Co-Program Directors Mahayla Laurence and Matt Gehring. Resident comedy teams, including dance, sketch, or improv collectives, or individuals such as character comedians and storytellers will culminate their CAMP residencies in full-length performances on Ars Nova Supra. LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS.

How Does That Make You Feel

STREAMING ON ARS NOVA SUPRA

Written & Performed by ELY KREIMENDAHL 
Captions AMY SHEELER, TRANSCRIPTION STAR

 

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

ELY KREIMENDAHL is a queer writer, comedian and performer based in NYC. She regularly performs stand up comedy, and posts original sketch/character videos on Instagram and Twitter @elykreimendahl. In 2020, Ely’s controversial sketch Women for Biden won Funny or Die’s Best of the Web competition and was featured on their website. Ely was also a RADAR Lab Fellow through RADAR Productions, a literary and arts organization dedicated to supporting emerging queer artists. Ely is currently a writer on LaughLINE, a new podcast/television show hybrid, premiering May 26, 2021 on Amazon Prime and all of the places podcasts like to live. Ely studied Film & Television at Boston University and Drama Therapy at the California Institute of Integral Studies. In Ely’s other life, she is a creative arts psychotherapist, but she won’t psychoanalyze you unless you’re into that sort of thing. ElyKreimendahl.com