Broad Comedy starts month-long run

By | January 29, 2010 at 6:56 pm | No comments | News | Tags: ,

If you like your comedy broad — and by that we mean women’s snarky take on life, politics and saving yourself for Jesus instead of Him saving you — then consider checking out Broad Comedy, the acclaimed sketch-comedy show coming to the Acme Comedy Theatre in Los Angeles from Feb. 4 to March 25.

Broad Comedy, winner of the Vancouver Fringe Festival and the creative offspring of Katie Goodman and her husband, actor and playwright Soren Kisiel, is a wry martini of sketch comedy and satirical songs. The six women of the troupe harpoon conservative pols and lampoon the teen-abstinence movement in numbers such as “The United States Extreme Right-Wing Cheerleading Squad” and “Saving My Hymen for Jesus” (see video below).

Showtime is 8 p.m. every Thursday in February and March. Tickets are available at broadcomedy.com. The show, at 135 N. La Brea Ave., is for mature audiences only. Drats! That excludes us.

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