Story Web: California Writers Coalition Presents Funny Stories Live
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The last date listed for Story Web was Saturday March 19, 2011 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Flappers Comedy Club Burbank - Yoo Hoo Room:
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Drawing on his years as a touring musician, opening for acts like Jackson Browne and Melissa Etheridge, musical comedian Mark Eddie now uses his guitar to crack up audiences. With original comic songs about everyday life, witty song parodies and dead-on impressions of musicians ranging from Bob Dylan, Al Green and Van Morrison to John Mayer and Dave Matthews, Eddie has made a name for himself in the world of comedy. A headliner at Los Angeles' comedy clubs and around the world, he's released four albums, has appeared on Comedy Central, radio's The Bob & Tom Show and is the voice behind Nickelodeon's Nick at Nite jingle. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Elizabeth
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This is not your typical comedy show. This was a show of storytelling and poetry all with humor blended in. In all, it was a great event. Looking forward to next month's show. Come and see what it's all about and you will NOT be disappointed.
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Find out about the California Writers Coalition at their website.
(Lineup information is correct as of publication, but subject to change without notice.)*
January 15, 2011: Special Guest Peter Coca*
Peter Coca was trained as a soldier during the Vietnam war, but ended up in Germany, where he belatedly learned to read, to further his ambition to be an actor. After he got out of the Army, he moved to New York, where he became an actor and an anti-war protester. In a one-man show he performed some of the stories from his first book of short stories and poems The Last Guy To Sit At The Counter Of Schwab’s Drugstore. He has just finished another book of short stories and poems, Tales From The Little Apple, which will be out in June.
Also scheduled to appear: poet Ron Gregus, Pauline Williams.