All-Star Comedy Benefit Performance at the Carlsbad Village Theatre
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The last date listed for Comedy Benefit for the AFI Directing Workshop for Women was Saturday January 31, 2009 / 8:00pm.
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Two of the funniest improv comedians working today are taking the stage together at Balboa Theatre, and you can participate in the show. Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood are best known as cast members of the British and U.S. versions of the popular improv show Whose Line Is It Anyway? These two comedy pros show you how it's done in a show entirely driven by audience participation. Audience members yell out suggestions and Mochrie and Sherwood will run with it, creating hilarious scenes made up on the spot. Throughout the show, audience members are brought up on stage to add an extra element of the unexpected. Whether you're in your seat or find yourself on the stage, the comedians will make it funny -- all you have to do is have fun. Learn More
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Featured review from Victoria Silliphant
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The little hamlet of Carls-bad has, as usual imported some cityslicker comedians.
Unfortunately, not all of us are pining for
I hope the next group will have some
"kinder & gentler" humor. It takes trial-by-fire wisdom to write that that.
Maybe by this time next year...
An all-star line-up of comics take the stage for an evening of comedy at the Carlsbad Village Theatre benefiting the AFI Directing Workshop for Women. Join host Patrick Ford, with featured comics Jackie Fabulous, Hannah Gansen and Kitty Martini, along with special guests Tim Shaw and Joy Gohring.
About the Ticket Supplier: AFI Directing Workshop for Women
For over decades, AFI's Directing Workshop for Women (DWW) has been the premier institution working to increase the number of women behind the camera. In 2007, women accounted for only 6% of all directors in Hollywood. 22% of films released in 2007 employed no women directors, executive producers, cinematographers, or editors.
The DWW was created to provide an opportunity for talented women to be educated and mentored by top industry professionals. A highly competitive program, only 8 participants are selected each year from hundreds of applicants.