6th Annual Asian Comedy Night eaturing Amy Anderson, Tony Dijamco and Paul Varghese
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The last date listed for 6th Annual Asian Comedy Night was Friday October 20, 2006 / 9:30pm--For Mature Audiences.
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Winner of three Tony Awards, including Best Musical, this hilariously over-the-top extravaganza -- written by Monty Python alum Eric Idle -- borrows lovingly (and unapologetically) from the film classic Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Children's Musical Theater (CMT) San Jose's production of this nutty tale of King Arthur and his epic quest with the Knights of the Round Table features such outlandish oddities as flatulent Frenchmen, flying cows, killer rabbits and the Knights Who Say Ni. If you've been seeking a reminder to "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life," you need look no further than CMT's presentation of Monty Python's Spamalot. Learn More
The early show is suitable for older teenagers and the later show is for mature audiences.
Amy Anderson, just released her new CD, “I Failed Math” and is a self-described “all around groovy girl”. You may have seen Amy’s current TV commercial for SouthWest Airlines.
Tony Dijamco – Is it Tony’s boyish charm or boy-next-door good looks the reason this accomplished national has headlined with folks like Robin Wiliams, George Lopez, Brett Butler and Richard Lewis? This Filipino/Irish comedian proves no subject is too personal and no topic is beyond approach.
Paul Varghese is back by popular demand from last year’s ACN! This Indo-American has an amazingly cool delivery with refreshingly unique humor that catches you off guard. He was a semi-finalist on Last Comic Standing and writes a brutally honest blog.
About the Ticket Supplier: Contemporary Asian Theater SceneCATS (Contemporary Asian Theater Scene) is a San Jose based, non-profit organization committed to presenting Asian Pacific American arts in Silicon Valley, by providing high quality, thought-provoking, educational and innovative programming which communicates Asian Pacific American experiences to all communities.
CATS is funded by the city of San Jose, Arts Council Silicon Valley, California Arts Council, Community Foundation Silicon Valley, Applied Materials, Packard Foundation, Lucia Cha, our generous donors, volunteers, and audience.