Venue Details

159 Star Starred
Brea Improv
120 S. Brea Blvd Brea, CA 92821
714-482-0700
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Food at Brea Improv is not bad and their drinks are reasonable. The service is outstandingly fast.
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Good parking across the street from the Brea Improv.
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.5 average rating
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19 events
14 reviews
24 stars
attended Jul 21 2009

Very fast-paced, intelligent, clean comedy. We enjoyed it and we are not engineers, even though a lot of the bits are aimed at them and their milieu. Loved his take on statistics and goofy math equations.

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56 events
34 reviews
10 stars
attended Oct 13 2010

Don McMillan's Power Point presentations were very clever and funny. He covered a variety of topics - truly enjoyable and unique. Unfortunately, the comedian who preceded him, Brendon Burns, was very foul mouthed which is not our cup of tea. ...continued

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Ernie Gutierrez
2 events
2 reviews
0 stars
attended Jul 21 2009

I thought he was very original. Anyone who works or has worked with power point would love it.

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More Information

Website

http://brea.improv.com/show.cfm?id=272544

Quotes & Highlights

“He carries a laptop to every gig and projects his twisted bar graphs and bell curves on the brick wall backdrops. We promise you, a Microsoft product has never been so entertaining.” TechTV
Visit Don McMillan’s website.

Description

The engineer-turned-comedian Don McMillan brings his unique PowerPoint-driven, multimedia comedy show to the Improv. Don has been seen on The Tonight Show, Larry King Live and Comedy Central. His YouTube video entitled “Life After Death by PowerPoint” has become a huge sensation getting over a million views in its first week. Look for his newest series of videos “Live from my Cubicle” — the first talk show done for people at work from people at work — premiering soon. Don lived and worked in the Silicon Valley for 15 years and has also performed at over 500 corporate shows, so he knows all about the plusses and minuses of our technology-laden life.