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Thursday is ‘Date Night’ at Go Comedy!

By |2010-08-09T09:00:00-04:00August 9th, 2010|Entertainment|

FERNDALE – Go Comedy! is taking dating to a new level with its fully improvised show, “Date Night,” at 8 p.m Thursdays in September and October.
Go Comedy! is set to tackle love and relationships in “Date Night”; using real singles ads from local papers, the cast creates the story of a man and woman on the perilous journey that follows a blind date. With a narrator and cast of improvisers, each show is a new adventure.
Directed by Pj Jacokes (Ferndale), “Date Night” features Lauren Bickers (Ferndale), Billy Crawford (Royal Oak), Anne Faba (Clinton Township), Kate Grace (Ferndale), Michael Hovitch (Ferndale), Suzie Jacokes (Ferndale), Louie Kraus (Wayne), Bryan Lark (Ferndale), Scott Myers (Ferndale), Chris Petersen (Ann Arbor), Jamen Spitzer (Ferndale) and Cara Trautman (Ferndale).
In September, “Date Night” is followed by the scripted show “Silent Too” at 9 p.m. and the fully improvised show “Flight 1977” at 10 p.m.
Tickets for Thursday nights at Go Comedy! are $10 for the night and are available online at www.gocomedy.net, by calling 248-327-0575, or in person beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday-Sunday at the Go Comedy! box office.
For more information, visit www.gocomedy.net.

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