Have you ever thought about your favorite movie becoming a sequel? What if Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock could grace the screen one more time for that action-filled "Speed" film that everyone loves? The sequel to "Sixth Sense" would be amazing as well, but, lets not get ahead of ourselves. Live sequels played out in the theater is interesting enough and will get the crowd excited and hype for and evening of silly monologues.
If you are looking to get in some great laughs and a chance to get great improv actors to put your movie sequel in their set, then we know the place to get it done. Usually sequels are redundant and dry, but live sequels could be a way for film buffs to see what the artist come up with. This is a fun event that will have some good performances.
Comedy Central Stage gathers comedians around Los Angeles for a night to compete for the best sequel to our favorite films. "Part Two: The Sequel Show" gives the audience an opportunity to be the casting directors and vote on who delivered the best pitch for our favorite films.
Comedy writers Julie Prescott and Tony Sam host the weekly showcase, ensuring that the mood is light filled with over the top hilarious content and unique pitches. At the end the night, the audience will pick the best performer, granting them an award for the best pitch of the evening.
Comedy Central Stage holds several events within their venue weekly. Genuine Jerks, Chinatown Bust, Chrissy and Gina Take Over a Strip Club, My Break-up, Sit and Spin, Stat Attack, Renaissance Poppa Proppa's House of Jokes, Lame and Fortunes and Orpheus Roy are some of the events held at the venue in the past month.
"Part Two: The Sequel" is located on 6539 Santa Monica Blvd. in Hollywood. The show runs Monday through Thursday from 8 p.m.-9:30 p.m. and the event is free to the public. Tuesday, June 24, Mike Burns, the Walsh Bros, Beth Stelling, Sean O'Connor and Liquid Feet perform at 8 p.m. RSVP is required for all events and tickets can be obtained on their website or call 323-960-5519.
Check out the Comedy Central Stage Facebook to get more details on upcoming events and comedy stand-up and showcases. Come out and watch the next big star get his or her start in comedy.