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"Fierce Funny Women"
4 ratings
4.5 average rating
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17 events
13 reviews
5 stars
attended Jul 31 2010

Fierce Funny Women was Excellent!! If you ever have a chance to see Gayla Johnson break your neck to get there--She will have you rolling on the floor, The Broad Stage at Santa Monica College Performing Arts Center is a great venue. I can't eait...continued

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8 reviews
38 stars
attended Jul 31 2010

Venue was beautiful. Comics were good. Producer treated audience like elementary school children. I was aware that it was being taped for TV, but I did pay for my seats and the directing could have been done in a much more professional manner.

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2 reviews
3 stars
attended Jul 31 2010

This was my first comedy show it was cool that it was also a live taping. All of the women were fiercely funny! The Broad Stage is a nice location to boot.

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Quotes & Highlights

A pre-party kicks off the evening in the lobby at 6:30pm with a no-host bar.
Find out more about Jen Kober, Gloria Bigelow, Gayla Johnson, and Betsy Salkind.


From her All Out Films office on Bay Street in Santa Monica, in a historic building across from the ocean, Andrea Meyerson is making quite a splash.

Since its humble beginnings in Meyerson’s Santa Monica apartment in 2002, the company quickly expanded, producing 23 comedy shows that air on US and Canadian television. Meyerson’s signature work is the award-winning Laughing Matters series, shown regularly on MTV’s Logo Network.

On July 31, All Out Films will launch a new production, Fierce Funny Women, at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica. While All Out Films made its name showcasing gay and lesbian comics, Meyerson spent nearly a year scouting funny ladies of all stripes for this latest comedy lineup.

“I decided to do an all-female show, casting the funniest women I could find,” says Meyerson. “Gloria Bigelow, Gayla Johnson, Jen Kober and Betsy Salkind made the final cut.

“It’s a really diverse cast, and what I love is that they all bring their own unique brand of comedy to the stage. I see these women as the next great comics on the horizon. Only one word can describe putting these four talents on the same stage in one night: hilarious.”

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