Shane Mauss - A Better Trip

12jul9:00 pm11:00 pmShane Mauss - A Better TripArt Theatre of Long Beach

Event Details

An IMMERSIVE Psychedelic Comedy Event

Journey into the mind of a psychedelic astronaut with a consciousness-expanding comedy show that will leave you mesmerized. At the intersection of science and psychedelics comes “A Better Trip,” the latest work from Shane Mauss.

Originally conceived for his springtime residency at AREA15 in Las Vegas–this hilariously heady event highlights Shane’s personal psychedelic experiences and examines the history, science, and culture of psychedelics … but wait, there’s more! It’s also accompanied by a HUGE display of mind-blowing visuals and custom animations that back the entire performance.

About Shane Mauss

Award-winning comedian, science podcaster, and mental health advocate, Shane Mauss relentlessly integrates his life, interests, and imagination into his material. The result of that effort is content and live show experiences that are as authentic & thoughtful as they are entertaining & innovative.

His Comedy Central “Tales From The Trip” videos have millions of views on YouTube, and his last SOLD-OUT tour (“A Good Trip”) inspired the documentary film “Psychonautics: A Comic’s Exploration of Psychedelics.”

TV/Podcast Appearances: Kimmel, Conan, Showtime, WTF, You Made it Weird, Duncan Trussell’s Family Hour, etc

About The Visuals

MICHAEL STRAUSS is a VJ, digital artist, and event producer from Los Angeles who has crafted psychedelic audiovisual experiences and immersive environments for nearly 20 years.

By improvising with technology and creativity, he has enhanced the live experience for countless artists by opening hearts, lifting spirits, and blowing minds with his stunning real-time visual work.

Previous Artists Include: Shpongle, Alex Grey, Desert Dwellers, OTT, Kayla Scintilla, etc

About The Art Theatre:

The Art Theatre originally opened in 1925 as a single screen silent movie house, complete with an orchestra pit, and pipe organ. At that time, there were over 50 independent theatres in Long Beach, today only the Art remains. After the quake of 1933, the façade of the theatre was recreated in an art deco, streamline modern style. As years passed the theatre continued to undergo change as the world around it evolved. In 2008, a group of local investors purchased the theatre and completely remodeled it based on the 1933 blueprints. Since, the Art has once again become the center of Long Beach cinema, showing both first run and small independent films in a beautiful historic setting.

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Time

(Wednesday) 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Location

Art Theatre of Long Beach

2025 East 4th Street, Long Beach, CA 90814

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