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Exchanging Nuptials and One Liners

Newlyweds Moshe Kasher and Natasha Leggero bring their "Honeymoon Tour" to Ace Hotel & Swim Club

Michelle Roe Arts & Entertainment

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She likes to stay in beautiful hotels. He likes them too…but not necessarily the price tag that comes with them.

They spent their honeymoon in Bora Bora. She loved it. He, not so much.

You see, he says, “It was painfully expensive. A $38 dollar club sandwich…$90 if you add the lobster. As a Jew, I declined the sandwich on multiple levels.”

And so their marriage began.

Newlyweds Moshe Kasher and Natasha Leggero, both, accomplished actors, writers, and comedians are now navigating life as a married couple.

You’ve seen Leggero in a ton of stuff including:
TV: Modern Family, Netflix’s Arrested Development and the Emmy nominated Burning Love
Film: Neighbors, Let’s Be Cops, The Do-Over
• She currently stars in the Comedy Central series Another Period, which she also co-created, wrote, and produced.

Moshe also has a long list of credits:
• “Comedy Central’s Drunk History, Netflix’s one hour special: “Moshe Kashser: Live in Oakland
• He’s been named by Variety Magazine’s “Ten Comics to Watch,” LA Times’ “Faces to Watch,” and iTunes’ “Comic of the Year

Moshe Kasher and Natasha Leggero bring “The Honeymoon Tour” to the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs.

The pair is currently on what they call “The Honeymoon Tour”, an adventure taking them on the road with their stand-up comedy show to visit “exotic locales” and other favorite destinations. Inspired by a couple that went on a 10-year honeymoon (and, allegedly, came back with two kids), Leggero says, “It sounded so glamorous and funny. We wanted to do something like that. Maybe not for 10 years…but at least a season.”

Traveling “honeymoon style” in a Scamp Trailer, Kasher and Leggero will stop by to perform June 9 at the Ace Hotel & Swim Club in Palm Springs.

Leggero says, “Each show on the tour has been its own unique special party.” They’ve had fun with surprise guests (Amy Schumer came up on stage in Hawaii), friends joining them on the road and different comics have opened up for them.

The couple has been married nearly six months, and Leggero says with authority, “Audiences can expect a great show but more importantly, we are a couple of true relationship experts and will be giving relationship advice.”

Kasher adds, “We feel pretty qualified to answer any questions. In fact, I think we’ve made some headway with couples. In Washington, we explored some core issues for a couple (in the audience) and we learned things about ourselves as well. We can’t divulge any ‘personal details’, of course, but let’s just say we’ll be picking up socks. We found it’s, actually, beneficial for people to say their problems in front of a crowd.”

Moshe Kasher and Natasha Leggero, “The Honeymoon Tour,” 7:30 p.m. June 9, Ace Hotel & Swim Club, 701 E. Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, 760-325-9500; www.acehotel.com/palmsprings