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Comedy Wed Aug 27 2014

Gogo Show to Stage Late-Night Variety at Greenhouse Theater Center

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The Gogo Show is coming out from underground with the start of their new season in September, at the Greenhouse Theater Center. The Gogo Show is a late-night variety show with standup, improv, sketch, storytelling and solo pieces, all featuring and produced by women.

Opening night will feature standup by Ali Clayton and Reena Calm, musical comedy by The Shock-Ts and The Rhinestones, storytelling by Cynthia Shur Petts and solo performance by Wes Perry. Hosts will include Gogo Show producers Mary Rose O'Connor, Anna Lucero, Erin Lane, Andrea Wallace, and Rebecca Krasny-McCrackin.

The Gogo Show was first staged in 2011 with free shows once a month at the Lincoln Loft on Lincoln near Belmont. With the move to the Greenhouse, shows will be staged twice a month.

The Gogo Show opens Saturday, Sept. 13, at The Greenhouse, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave. Performances are at 11pm Saturdays and 7pm Sundays on the following dates: Sunday, Sept. 21; Saturday, Oct. 18; Sunday, Oct. 26; Saturday, Nov. 15; Sunday, Nov. 23; Saturday, Dec. 13 and Sunday, Dec. 21.

Performances will continue indefinitely. Tickets are $15, with $10 industry and student admission (valid ID required), and can be purchased at the door, online or by calling 773-404-7336. For more information, visit the website.

 
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