The Richmond Comedy Coalition Presents FUSTER CLUCK

by | Sep 14, 2010 | POLITICS

9/16: The Richmond Comedy Coalition Presents: FUSTER CLUCK. A show featuring live scripted and improvised comedy that’ll leave you dazed and amused. Visit www.rvacomedy.com for more info! Gallery 5, 8PM, $7 ($5 w/ valid student ID)

Thursday, September 16th
The Richmond Comedy Coalition presents: FUSTER CLUCK! Live improv & scripted comedy that will leave you dazed and amused.

9/16: The Richmond Comedy Coalition Presents: FUSTER CLUCK. A show featuring live scripted and improvised comedy that’ll leave you dazed and amused. Visit www.rvacomedy.com for more info! Gallery 5, 8PM, $7 ($5 w/ valid student ID)

Thursday, September 16th
The Richmond Comedy Coalition presents: FUSTER CLUCK! Live improv & scripted comedy that will leave you dazed and amused.

HARVEY WALLBANGER– From the DSI Comedy Theater in Chapel Hill, NC, Molly Buckley presents her scripted one-woman show in which she plays every character, sings every song, and busts every move. Watch the unstoppably energetic Molly do the work of a gaggle of regulars at their favorite bar, all by her lonesome.

MARBLES– In this two-person long-form improv show, David Pijor and Katie Holcomb hit the stage with the uncanny ability to read each other’s minds, push each other’s buttons, and totally disregard reality and social graces. Their love for what they do makes watching this character-driven and organically-built show a ton of fun.

THE BAT– The RCC Ensemble members take you to a dark place- literally. A suggestion from the audience spawns a completely improvised show in pitch black! Close your eyes (and keep your hands to yourself), this is their off beat take on an old timey radio show.

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The RCC is a collective of young comedy veterans dedicated to mixing traditional and experimental forms of comedy into smart and hilarious shows. Be amused, Richmond. Be very amused.

Gallery 5 (200 W. Marshall St.)
8PM (Doors at 7:15)
$7 ($5 w/ valid student ID)
www.rvacomedy.com

R. Anthony Harris

R. Anthony Harris

I created Richmond, Virginia’s culture publication RVA Magazine and brought the first Richmond Mural Project to town. Designed the first brand for the Richmond’s First Fridays Artwalk and promoted the citywide “RVA” brand before the city adopted it as the official moniker. I threw a bunch of parties. Printed a lot of magazines. Met so many fantastic people in the process. Professional work: www.majormajor.me




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