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Published February 22, 2017
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Kevin Farley Photo provided

At 4:30 p.m. Saturday Feb. 25 there will be an awesome Sci-Fi event at the Rheem Theatre. Join us for a special comedy matinee as comedian and cartoonist Mike Capozzola presents "Evil Cyborg Sea Monsters!"
This is a multimedia comedy show about superheroes, action movies, Sci-Fi, monsters and secret agents.
If you're a fan of "Star Trek," "Star Wars," "James Bond," "Batman," "Spiderman," "Game of Thrones" and time travel: DO NOT come to this show! These things are irreverently mocked and dissected by a pro. Capozzola's done the show at various theaters, comic book conventions, libraries and comedy festivals in the U.S. and the U.K.
Mike Capozzola is a Bay Area-based stand-up comedian and a published cartoonist (MAD Magazine, Ted Talks, WIRED, Best of McSweeney's). He's on the advisory board of The Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco and he produces and hosts the annual "Comics 4 Comix" comedy event there. NOTE: this show is "PG-13" and runs about an hour.
Tickets are only $10
Stand-up Funnies
Did you know that the Orinda Theatre has become the East Bay's premiere stand-up comedy venue? That is correct and the next comedy night is scheduled for 8 p.m. Thursday, March 16 with Kevin Farley.
Farley frequents numerous comedy clubs around the country. He is a regular at notable venues such as The Laugh Factory in L.A. and Chicago, The Improv in L.A. and Palm Beach, Florida, and The Comedy Store. Farley studied at the famous Second City in Chicago and then soon after starred in films such as "Black Sheep" with his brother Chris Farley, "The Waterboy" with Adam Sandler and leading roles in "An American Carol," and "White Knight," just to name a few. His television appearances have included "Curb Your Enthusiasm," "Rules of Engagement," "The Neighbors," "Hot in Cleveland," "Just Shoot Me," "Hawaii Five-O" and "Veep."
Don't miss the opportunity to see great comedy in Lamorinda on March 16 at the Orinda Theatre.
Tickets are $25



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