Genre: Comedy
Eric Loscheider, Jennifer Spragg, Jessi Kneeland, Matt Klan, Sarah Kauffman


"Sophisticated Puerility."

"Hungry Hungry Hobo II: The Moistening” explores many of the topics inherent to the human experience and dares to ask the tough questions: “How much stretching is too much?”“Girl pets: what’s the difference?”“How will you know when the time is right?”

While examining issues from authority to intolerance to long-lost Seussian erotica, you are guaranteed to see people on stage, saying words. And moving.

That’s the Hobo guarantee.


Each performance begins with a reception. Grab a drink or snack from the bar, hang out with the Hobos and Line up for events like: "High Five", "Raising Cthulu", "Cast Petting Zoo", and the "Spanking Machine"--- "What the hell is that?" you ask? You'll have to be there to find out!

Party. Then laugh.

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Special guest Rob Paravonian!
Rob Paravonian is a stand-up comedian known the world over for his Pachelbel Rant and viral videos which have been viewed millions of times. Using music to get the laughs, Rob has opened for George Carlin and Lily Tomlin, has appeared on Comedy Central and VH1, and has toured everywhere from Alaska to Afghanistan.

About the Company: Hungry Hungry Hobo

More than sketch comedy. HHH if awesome times infinity.     


... Plus 1.

Open:   03/05/10
Close:   03/06/10

March 5 & 6, at 10 pm
10:00 pm refreshments/mingling; 10:27 pm show
Theater:   Bleecker Street Theatre
Address:   45 Bleecker Street
New York, NY 10012
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Buy Tickets Online or Call: Telecharge at 212-239-6200
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Clark Gookin is a Colorado native. New York: FRIENDLY FIRE at Playwrights Horizons, HIT ME at Ensemble Studio Theatre, SHELF LIFE NYC Fringe, and SHELF: A Tragedy AT 45 DEGREES. Regional: SHE STOOPS TO CONQUER and TARTUFFE, at Centenary Stage; MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM and SCAPIN, at Mile Square Theatre; THE STAR-SPANGLED GIRL, TWELFTH NIGHT, and A CHRISTMAS CAROL, at Tri-state Actors Theater; COLORADO QUICKIES, at The New Denver Civic Theatre. MFA, Mason Gross School of the Arts, under William Esper. Member of Actors Equity.

Regional:  Tony Kushner’s The Illusion, I Do! I Do!, Where Has Tommy Flowers Gone?, Assassins (Berkshire Theatre Festival).  New York:  Maybe Later (original solo performance), Shadow Play (Atlantic Theater Company Conservatory), Nuda Veritas (as performer, co-director, and co-producer), A Room with a View (York Theatre reading series), All Over (The Common Tongue in collaboration with Edward Albee).  Graduate of Atlantic Theater Company Conservatory, BFA in performance (Missouri State University) and apprenticeship with Berkshire Theatre Festival.  Founding member of The Common Tongue ( and Hungry Hungry Hobo.  Love always to E and M.

 Jessi is from a very small town upstate New York, and came to NYC to attend NYU for acting. She finished the Atlantic Acting School Conservatory program, and went on to be a founder of the theater company The Common Tongue with a group of her peers. She took improv classes at UCB and began writing sketches for TCT while discovering that comedy was her love. She can be found in the independent freely-distributed film hit Lionshare, and has done multiple short film projects.

Matt Klan

Dianna holds a B.F.A in Musical Theater from Ithaca College and is a proud Mercersburg Academy graduate. She has played a slew of interesting characters ranging from an Old Whore to a snobby little rich girl. Her proudest moments have been Princess Puffer ("The Mystery of Edwin Drood), Queen Margaret ("Richard III), Homeless Lady ("A New Brain"), Lucille ("Junie B. Jones"), Gonzalo ("The Tempest"), and a saucy maid named Sara Dippidy at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire where she learned high falling and swashbuckling. Dianna would like to thank her family and friends for their endless love and support. i Sin Ti Soy Nada!

is an actor, director, and writer. Recent credits include: Broadway: Romeo and Juliet (Richard Rodgers Theatre). Off Broadway: Cycling Past the Matterhorn (the Harold Clurman Theatre), Mao on Line One (Downtown Theater Company), Shelf Life (New York Fringe).  Regional: Twelfth Night (Cincinnati Playhouse/Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), Runaway Beauty Queen (Florida Studio Theatre), Assassins (Berkshire Theatre Festival), 1776 (Drury Lane, Joseph Jefferson Award-Musical/Director), The Taming of the Shrew, Macbeth (First Folio Shakespeare Festival),  A Chorus Line, 42nd Street, The Music Man, Sweeney Todd (Papermill Theatre).  Film: Tapestry, The Unremembered, Possum, Celeste, HeartlessTelevision: Deadline:Crime, Guiding Light. Eric received his MFA in Acting from the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, and teaches at William Esper Studio.  He has also taught at Lee Strasberg Studio, The Actors Studio at Pace University, and NYU/Tisch CAP 21 Studio.

Alex Moshofsky hails from the beautiful land of Oregon, and is making his return to the stage in Hungry Hungry Hobo. He took some time away from acting to work on creating/directing a couple webseries over the past couple years. Part of a startup website,, Alex has focused all of his creative energies on making these webseries shine like a very... shiny.... thing. Without the wonderful support from his friends and colleagues, he wouldn't have been able to get as far as he has, and would like to thank everyone involved in Hungry Hungry Hobo for helping to make this experience a great one.

Jennifer Spragg is a veteran of the sketch comedy scene, having written and performed for the past few years with the critically acclaimed group spurn. She is delighted to be writing and performing with Hungry Hungry Hobo as they are funny people with pleasant dispositions. Jennifer has cats, enjoys video games, and is terrible at writing about herself in the third person. Jennifer would like to thank her husband and family for their support.