The Assistant Regional Managers of Comedy Stand-Up Show
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The last date listed for The Assistant Regional Managers of Comedy was Thursday April 10, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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Geoffrey Nauffts' Tony-nominated Next Fall explores the tension between sexual orientation and religious faith with humor and heartbreak. Following a terrible car crash, Adam, an atheist, finds himself sharing a hospital room with the god-fearing parents of his comatose lover Luke. As the couple's relationship unfolds through a series of tender, often hilarious flashbacks, it becomes apparent in the present day that Luke's family is unaware of both their son's homosexuality and the man he has spent the last five years of his life with. Smart, sensitive and immensely appealing, Next Fall is an unflinchingly honest portrayal of modern love. Learn More
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All shows are recommended for ages 18 and older due to adult language and themes. Lineups are confirmed as of publication, but subject to change without notice. *
April 10, 2014: Beau McFarland, Andrew Long, Spectacles All-Stars*
Beau McFarland is a stand-up comedian and self-proclaimed below-average writer who performs at many clubs throughout Los Angeles, including the Hollywood Improv, the Comedy Store, Flappers Comedy Club, and the Ice House. He has also written and performed incredibly offensive sketch comedy at the Actors Comedy Studio, La Paloma Theatre, and the San Diego Museum of Art. During the day, Beau teaches English at the high school and community college level, which keeps him humble since his students think his jokes suck real bad.
Andrew Long annually writes, directs and features in the Upper Deck NHL Rookie Bootcamp video sketch series. Along with other sketch-writing, he does stand-up around Los Angeles and Orange County, and performed improv with the O.C. Crazies and U.S. Department of Improv.
Spectacles All-Stars features some of the funniest members of Orange County’s Spectacles Improv Engine.