Spotlight on Insanity Comedy Show
SoGDFunny.com productions presents The "Spotlight on Insanity Comedy Show" featuring The "Hot Like Tinder" improv group and three hilarious comics: Bunny Themelis, Dan Marse-Kapr and GD Fenderson.
The "Spotlight on Insanity Comedy Show" is the comedy show that Lewis Carroll had in mind when Lewis Carroll built the Carroll Arts Center. The "Spotlight on Insanity Comedy Show " is loosely based on none of his works; it's mostly not based on "Alice in Wonderland, Through the Looking Glass". "Spotlight on Insanity" is just SoGDFunny.
Hot Like Tinder is a long-form improv comedy team based in Hanover, Pa. The members have trained at the Baltimore Improv Group and use the smallest of suggestions to explore worlds you might not have ever considered visiting.
Bunny Themelis is a Canadian-born, Baltimore-raised half-Greek who lives in Baltimore with the coolest dogs in the world, Miss Toni and Zeus. She tells stories. Bunny hosts the 2Geeky web series and has opened for Colin Quinn, Dan Soder and Steve Hofstetter. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram at @bunifah.
Dan Marse-Kapr has a unique sense of humor and a laid-back stage presence that audiences love. He specializes in one-liners with an absurdist bent. He has performed in clubs and festivals all over the country, and was featured in the "Best of the Fest" show at the Burbank Comedy Festival in LA.
GD FENDERSON, the "Ole Soul" of local comedy, is a "Certified Forensic Humourist. His show contains mature material discussed in an immature manner. GD has opened for Craig Gass (of Family Guy and American Dad ) and Todd Bridges (aka Willis of "Different Strokes ") and has performed in clubs and venues all around the country. (His website is www.SoGDFunny.com)
|Scheduled:||Saturday, May 19, 2018 7:00 pm
Saturday, May 19, 2018 10:00 pm
This event is being hosted by a rental organization and is not presented by the Carroll County Arts Council.
|Age Restriction:||This event will include content intended for mature audiences only.|
|Cost:||$10 General Admission|
|Location:||The Carroll Arts Center, 91 West Main Street, Westminster, MD, 21157 View Google Map|