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Runnin’ Late Presents: The Marathon

Crossroads Comedy Theater / Runnin Late

September 16-17

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September 16 at 10:00pm

September 17 at 10:00pm

2022 Fringe Festival

60 min


Theatre Exile

Wheelchair Accessible

Crossroads Comedy Theater and Runnin’ Late Present The Marathon. The Marathon is a weekend of comedy shows hosted by comedians Cab Washington and Marcely Jean Pierre. Showcasing some of the top standup comics and comedic improvisers on the East Coast, these shows will have you walking out with deeper joy, higher energy, and tighter abs than you came in with!




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For ages 18+

This show is presented as part of Crossroads Comedy Festival. Crossroads Comedy Theater is a roaming home for comedy shows, classes, and podcasts. Whether you like to sit back and watch improv, sketch comedy, stand-up, storytelling, or any other type of comedy or are interested in learning how to do those things—they got your back! Sep 14–18 at Theatre Exile (1340 S. 13th St). Learn more at


Content Considerations

This performance contains brief graphic language.

Health & Safety

Proof of vaccination is required to attend this event, and masks must be worn for the duration of the performance. Audience members will be asked to show proof of vaccination before entering the venue. Both digital and physical proof of vaccination are accepted. Please plan accordingly.

About the Artist

Runnin’ Late is a traveling comedy show that started in LA and now resides in NYC and Philly. Created by comedian Cab Washington, it started as a stand-up comedy popup but has morphed into one of the most fun and unique brands of comedy in the city! Showcasing some of the top standup comics and improvisers on the East Coast, Runnin’ Late comedy shows will have you leaving with higher energy, deeper joy and tighter abs than you came in with.

Crossroads Comedy Theater is a roaming home for comedy shows, podcasts, and classes that take places on stage, online, and on-air. At just over a year old, Crossroads has already been featured in various festivals, has had classes highlighted in the media including the Philadelphia Inquirer, and has hired to work with various organizations on improv trainings and private shows in the Philadelphia area and beyond. Our shows are at a crossroads of different forms of entertainment mixing hilarious improvised scenes with lectures, news, movies, and more and feature performers from all over the Philly area. Podcasts cover a range of pop-culture topics, so you’re sure to find something you enjoy. Crossroads comedy classes in improv, sketch comedy writing, and stand-up give people skills that go beyond the stage and page. Whether you want to get involved or just sit back and listen or watch, we got your back!