The Best of Second City: Benefit Performance from Members of Legendary Comedy Group
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The Best of Second City is an hour-long sketch comedy revue that features Second City alumni performing archival material from the legendary comedy theatre. Scheduled to perform: Larry Joe Campbell (According to Jim_), Frank Caeti (_Reno 911 and MADtv), Nyima Funk and Maribeth Monroe (both from NBC’s Thank God You’re Here). This is a benefit performance for Hollywood Media+Arts, co-sposored by Nike Sportswear at The Montalbán.
About the Ticket Supplier: The Second City - L.A.Since 1959, The Second City has established itself as a theatrical landmark and a national treasure. The theatre that launched the careers of such comic greats as John Belushi, Mike Myers, Bill Murray, Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Stephen Colbert, Gilda Radner, and more offers nightly comedy shows, as well as training in improvisation and corporate training services.
The Los Angeles Studio Theatre hosts a mix of student shows from the LA-based training center. Late nights and all night on Saturdays, catch Resident Company alumni from the Chicago, Toronto and Detroit stages improvising and doing their own written sketch material.