More Shows for 2017

The rabbits and I are still alive! Come see me at the following shows in January & February:

January 5th  –  50 First Jokes!

 For the first time in Minnesota, we are proud to present Fifty First Laughs, a comedy show where fifty of the best local comedians will tell their first jokes of the year one after the other on Thursday, January 5th at the Brave New Workshop’s Experimental Thinking Center. It’s a comedy extravaganza for fans old and new. See your old favorites, up-and-coming locals, with a few big name surprises. Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door.

January 15th – Boy Kisses!

B O Y K I S S E S
universe games
711 W. LAKE ST.
seven thirty
FREE FREE FREE

Featuring
Eliot Rahal
Kate Mccarthy
Phil Davidson
Ben Hoffman
Kate Anderson

Cast
Rana May
Grace Thomas

 

January 19th –  What A Joke! Minneapolis

From Thursday, January 19th, through Saturday, January 21st, comedy shows under the name WHAT A JOKE will take place simultaneously around the country and in the UK, all shows to benefit the American Civil Liberties Union.

Locally, producer/comedians Rana May, Mary Mack, and Bob Edwards (Comedy Corner Underground owner) have organized a Minneapolis/St. Paul event for Thursday, January 19th at the Eagles Club at 2507 E. 25th Street, Minneapolis. (Free parking! Like an entire lot: Suck it downtown Mpls!) The night will feature local comedy stand outs Maggie Faris, Greg Coleman, Will Spottedbear, Bryan Miller, Shelly Paul, Kate Anderson, Blue Collar Poet Paul Dickinson, and rising blues band Circle of Heat, among other surprise guests. Also featured will be a HOLIDAY RE-GIFTING OPPORTUNITY where audience members can bring in a holiday gift they can’t stand and try to swap it for something better. (Political metaphor intended.) Gift wrap table provided for donation.

Tickets for the Twin Cities’ January 19th What a Joke Fest are $10 advanced, $12 at the door, all proceeds to be donated to the ACLU. (Serious! These acts are all kind and caring enough to DONATE THEIR TIME—you should totally come.) Doors open at 7 p.m. Show begins at 8. Information and membership forms for the American Civil Liberties Union may be found at www.aclu-mn.org .

January 25th – 29th – Opening for Ruben Paul, Brett Hiker at the House of Comedy.

 

February 16, 17 & 18 – Royal Comedy Theater

 

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