Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Comedy Walk To Solve Middle East Problems Thursday Night at 8 PM!

COMEDY WALK Solves Middle East Crisis On Thursday November 20th from 8 – 10 PM!

All of this month’s COMEDY WALK events will be held at the majestic 2,100-seat Los Angeles Theatre, 615 S. Broadway, Los Angeles Thursday, November 20th from 8pm to 10 pm. COMEDY WALK will present an evening of 15 comedians straight from major comedy clubs, television and radio plus an Oscar winning short film. All free!

FREE TICKETS at, or call 323-960-7773.


One Stop COMEDY WALK November 20th, 2008

The evening starts at 8pm with a screening of the West Bank Story, a Oscar-winning and seriously FUNNY musical comedy short film about two warring falafel stands on the West Bank. A Q&A with actor Joey Naber who stars as Ahmed follows. This along is worth the price of admission which is – of course – FREE!

Then there is the comedy show from 8:30pm to 10pm featuring American, Iranian and Israeli stand-up comedians who will collectively solve all the problems of the Middle East – in just one evening!. And you get your money back if you’re not satisfied!
Parking is only block away at Pershing Square - $6.60 after 5 PM – or at local garages for $5 or $6 but make certain your garage stays open past 10:30 PM! 5th and Hill Subway stop is also only one block away.

COMEDY WALK and IranDokht Present...

Host: Stevie Mack

8pm Stevie Mack - Intro
8:05 'West Bank Story' Screening
8:30 Q&A with actor Joey Naber
8:40 Nadine Rajabi
8:45 Noel Elgrably
8:50 Willis Turner
9pm Brian Farrell
9:05 Stogie Kenyatta
9:10 Michael Goldstrom
9:15 winner Alec Sobel
9:20 Gayla Johnson
9:25 Max Amini
9:30 Stevie Mack
9:35 Jeff MacKinnon
9:40 Aurelio Miguel Bocanegra
9:45 Ara Basil
9:50 Elham Jazab
9:55 The Mooney Twins
10pm Good Night!

And Comedy Walk would like to thank the entire Delijani family, the Los Angeles Theatre, Councilman Joe Huizar of the 14th District, the City of Los Angeles, The Onion, the Los Angeles Conservancy, the Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council and the Historic Downtown Los Angeles Business Improvement District for their assistance in making this event possible.

1 comment:

Comedian Stevie Mack said...

Great blog, hope the newspaper prints this as well