Clean Comedy II: Laughs Without the Dirty Words
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The last date listed for Clean Comedy II was Saturday November 9, 2013 / 8:00pm (Doors at 7:00pm).
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Featured review from Brenda & DaveRed Velvet
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This was the oddest "performance". First we waited outside as they had tables pushed up almost all the way to the door asking people to sign up for their mailing list and a raffle. The sound was not good- very difficult to understand what was being said. I'm sorry, but the comedians weren't that funny. It felt like that if they got a laugh they would continue the same joke over and over. Although we both won raffle items I found this to be weird. As another person commented, the appreciation of their sponsors with flowers was a nice gesture, but it did last way too long. This was better than just sitting at home and I did get the tickets on comp, but don't think I would attend Clean Comedy III if they decide to do this again. Goldstar is awesome and we will continue to look for other performances to attend. We especially like community theatre.
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Hard to understand several of the performers. Also, it said the doors would open at 7:00 for the 8:00 performance. We were allowed into the lobby, but didn't go into the auditoriom until about 7:45. There were several marketers in the lobby trying...continued
This show is family friendly, but not recommended for young children.
About the Ticket Supplier: California Center for the Arts, EscondidoThe mission of the California Center for the Arts, Escondido is to promote the arts and their power for community building and enhancement, providing artistic, cultural, educational, social, and entertainment opportunities of the highest quality to enrich the lives of all within its reach.
The California Center for the Arts, Escondido is located next to the City of Escondido's award-winning City Hall, and is the second component in the City's Civic Center project created to establish the downtown as the heart of the community.