UCLA TFT Alumni Newsletter - August 18, 2017
UCLA TFT Alumni Newsletter
August 18, 2017
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News and TFT Alumni Events
TFT Named as #1 Public University in Hollywood Reporter's
"2017 Top 25 American Film Schools" List
UCLA TFT placed third overall. From The Hollywood Reporter:

This year, UCLA's School of Theater, Film and Television begins a partnership with Universite Cote d'Azur to create an "immersive" screenwriting program in which students spend six weeks on the French coast writing their own original feature-length script (the trip culminates with a walk on the red carpet during the Cannes Film Festival). Those left behind in Westwood, though, still have plenty to play with, including a new VR lab complete with 360-degree cameras and head-mounted display systems. But the best part of UCLA's TFT — aside from its Hollywood-adjacent location and superb academic reputation — is its free-spirited approach to filmmaking. "My first couple of films I made were about transgender friends," says director  Penelope Spheeris ('73), who went on to make the acclaimed documentary series  The Decline of Western Civilization. "It was OK that I was an outsider, that I didn't follow the same pattern the other students followed. It was OK to be different."

Tuition: $15,967 (in-state undergrad); $16,899-$27,936 (in-state grad); $43,941 (out-of-state undergrad); $32,001-$40,181 (out-of-state grad)

Notable alumni: Francis Ford Coppola (MFA '67),  Channing Dungey ('91),  Alex GibneyJustin Lin ('95)Joe Russo

Read the entire list here.
Noble Creatures Selected for The Wrap's ShortList Online Film Festival
From Daniel Lafrentz (MFA '17):

My Advanced Film,   Noble Creatures, was selected for the Student Section of The Wrap’s ShortList Online Film Festival. They’ve selected one film from 8 of the major national film programs to represent each school. My film is the entry representing the UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television. The other programs competing are AFI, UNC, LMU, USC, Chapman, SCAD, and Emerson.  Online voting for the Audience Award opened on August 8 and goes on until next Tuesday, 8/22.
I would definitely appreciate any support TFT might be able to give to help me turn out the vote. It’s been just me on my own trying to get the word out for the film and it would be incredible to pull in a win for UCLA in this festival. (Or at the very least, beat SC ;)
The film was shot by Teodora Totoiu (MFA '17), who is an Alum of the Cinematography program at UCLA TFT and produced by  Jeremy Hill ('09) who is a UCLA TFT undergrad alum.

Set in the swamps of rural South Louisiana, Noble Creatures pits two adversarial escaped convicts – with different ideas about how to hold onto their freedom – against a tortured, but resolute, female corrections officer known as ‘Put-Down’.

Alumni Series Valley Slice Teaser Released
From Travis Geiger ('13):

Right now I, along with several of my fellow TFT Class of 2013 gradates, am working on a project that is gaining some real traction.
Over the past year, we have created and developed a new series called VALLEY SLICE. The show is a comedy of errors that follows the misadventures of pizza delivery drivers in the San Fernando Valley. In it, each episode is presented as a short vignette.
P robably about half of our undergraduate class worked on the project in someway. As a school with a mission that encourages that exact type of collaboration, I thought this might be a great thing to share with the dean as proof-positive of this mission.
We created this project after observing the beginnings of a new lane opening up for young filmmakers to get their start directing bonafide projects. This lane is in the arena of short-form episodic narratives distributed on web platforms - something Jeffrey Katzenberg has been calling "New TV" (which he defines as episodic with 6-10 minute run-times with complete arcs for the 18-34 demographic). Building on this, we have developed a slate of about 20 shows for the idea of "New TV".

The NSFW Valley Slice teaser can be viewed here .

Valley Slice Vol.1
Writer / Dir. Travis Geiger ('13)
Prod. Spencer Moh ('13)
Prod. Lorraine Rodrigues de Carvalho ('13)
Cinematography : Andrew Glennon ('13)
Cast: Kelsey Milano ('13) Tanner Weston ('11)

Valley Slice Bol.2
Writer / Dir. Spencer Moh ('13)
Prod. Travis Geiger ('13) Lizet Lopez ('14)
Story by:   Travis Geiger ('13) , Spencer Moh ('13), Marcus Moreno ('13), Court Soto ('13)
Cinematography: Lily Soto ('13)
Production Design:  Rudik Osorio (MFA '14)
Assistant Director:   Lorraine Rodrigues de Carvalho ('13)
Color:  Justin Richards
Score:  Edan Freiberger ('13)
Cast: Garrett Langston

For more information about the project, you can contact Travis Geiger at travis@valleyslice.com.
Musical Theatre Guild 2017-2018 Season Announced
The Musical Theatre Guild 2017-2018 season includes many UCLA Theatre Arts grads. Some alumni members in the group include Kelly Lester ('81), Will Collyer ('01), Roger Befeler ('92), Glenn Rosenblum ('82) and Marsha Kramer Keller ('67).

Musical Theatre Guild, is comprised of the finest musical theatre artists in the Los Angeles area, producing staged concert readings (book in hand) of Broadway’s forgotten gems and undiscovered treasures at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, CA. Members represent over 60 Broadway shows, 79 Broadway National Tours, countless regional productions, cast recordings, solo albums, voiceovers, commercials, film & television appearances, plus dozens of Ovation, Drama Desk, and Tony Award Nominations.

We are offering a 20% subscription discount for our season of Four musicals: Sugar , Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown , High Society and Honeymoon in Vegas . Discount code is UCLA20 and there is no maximum of subscriptions you can purchase. Each subscription is 20% off the regular price.

“The Mindy Project”: Six Seasons of Style Curated by Costume Designer Salvador Perez will Feature Iconic Costumes, Photography, and Sketches from the Beloved Hulu Series

The Exhibit Opens to the Public on Saturday, August 26, 2017 at the Paley Center’s Beverly Hills Location

BEVERLY HILLS, CA, August 10, 2017 – In celebration of the upcoming sixth and final season of The Mindy Project , The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills will showcase the bold color palette and trendsetting style of the critically acclaimed Hulu original comedy series, in an immersive and first-of-its-kind exhibit curated by the series’ Emmy-nominated Costume Designer and President of the Costume Designers Guild, Salvador Perez, that will run exclusively at the Paley Center beginning August 26, 2017.

“The Mindy Project”: Six Seasons of Style Curated by Costume Designer Salvador Perez will explore the unique relationship that costumes have played in bringing the series to life, featuring costumes worn by the cast from seasons past and yet to be seen during the final sixth season. The interactive exhibit will also feature life-size episodic photography, costume sketches, and behind-the-scenes video segments that will take visitors inside Mindy Lahiri's fun, fabulous and oh-so-stylish world.
“We’re thrilled to give fans of The Mindy Project the rare up-close opportunity to see the fun and vibrant costumes worn by the loveable Mindy Lahiri,” said Maureen J. Reidy, the Paley Center’s President & CEO. “This exclusive exhibit is one of the many examples of the unique, artistic, and immersive exhibit experiences the Paley Center provides to visitors year round.”

"Salvador Perez is an incredible artist who matched Mindy Lahiri's larger-than-life personality with couture beyond any woman's dreams. You may not approve of everything Mindy says, but you always approve of her fashion," said The Mindy Project  creator, writer, executive producer and star Mindy Kaling. 

"Costume designing  The Mindy Project  has been a career defining experience for me, I could never have imagined how magical this project would be. Looking back over six seasons and 117 episodes, I am very proud of the colorful, fashionable world I was able to create and share with the fans of  The Mindy Project.  This exhibit is a gift to the fans who have been so supportive all these years," said costume designer Salvador Perez. 

Whether bedecked in dazzling sequined saris, to-die-for coats, or au courant gold unitards, Mindy Lahiri (played by Mindy Kaling) is one of television’s most fashion-forward characters and her iconic style has added a unique and popular facet to the beloved, award-winning series. The final, sixth season of  The Mindy Project  premieres Tuesday, September 12 on Hulu, with new episodes streaming weekly on Tuesdays. All episodes of seasons one through five are currently streaming on Hulu.

In addition to the exhibit, the cast and creative team of The Mindy Project , including Mindy Kaling, will appear at the Paley Center on September 8, as part of PaleyFest Fall Previews. The evening will include a special preview of the upcoming season and an intimate discussion with the cast and creative team, followed by an audience Q & A. For more information and to purchase tickets please visit paley.me/previews.
“The Mindy Project”: Six Seasons of Style Curated by Costume Designer Salvador Perez  which is free and open to the public, will run at the Paley Center through October 1, 2017. For more information visit paley.me/mindyexhibit .
Recuerdos de un cine en español:
Latin American Cinema in Los Angeles, 1930-1960
September 23 – December 10, 2017

UCLA Film & Television Archive is preparing a major research, preservation and exhibition project, as part of the Getty led  Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative. Recuerdos de un cine en español: Latin American Cinema in Los Angeles, 1930-1960 will spotlight the Spanish-language film culture of downtown Los Angeles with an extensive program of film screenings in fall of 2017. Between 1930 and 1960, Los Angeles played host to a vibrant Latin American cinema culture centered on North Main Street’s Mexican-American neighborhoods, where nearby venues such as the Teatro Eléctrico, the California Theatre and the Million Dollar Theatre showed films originating from Mexico, Argentina and Cuba. Los Angeles was also a center of production and distribution for Spanish-language films. Not only have a number of the downtown cinemas been destroyed or fallen out of use, but some of the films have also fallen out of history, unpreserved or their memory lost.

With  Recuerdos de un cine en español, audiences and film historians will rediscover Los Angeles as one of the most important hubs in the U.S. for the production, distribution and exhibition of films made for Spanish-speaking audiences. The project has already resulted in a landmark partnership with the Cinemateca de Cuba—a national film archive that has not previously collaborated with a U.S. cultural institution—to identify, restore and distribute pre-revolutionary Cuban cinema. In addition to the Cinemateca de Cuba, the Archive will also be working with the Cineteca Nacional of Mexico and the Fundación Cinemateca Argentina on this groundbreaking project to research and preserve pre-1960 Latin American films. Recuerdos de un cine en español: Latin American Cinema in Los Angeles, 1930-1960 is supported through grants from the Getty Foundation.

Exhibition titles will include:
Allá en el Rancho Grande  (dir. Fernando de Fuentes, 1936)
¡Asegure a su mujer!  (dir. Lewis Seiler, 1935)
Casta de roble  (dir. Manolo Alonso, 1954)
Castillos en el aire  (dir. Jaime Salvador, 1938)
Enamorada  (dir. Emilio Fernández, 1946)
María Elena (She-Devil Island)  (dir. Raphael Sevilla, 1936)
La mujer del puerto  (dir. Arcady Boytler, 1935)
Nada más que una mujer  (dir. Harry Lachman, 1934)
El rey de los gitanos  (dir. Frank R. Strayer, Miguel de Zárraga, 1933)
Salón México  (dir. Emilio Fernández, 1949)
Santa  (dir. Antonio Moreno, 1932)
Los tallos amargos  (dir. Fernando Ayala, 1956)
El vampiro negro  (dir. Román Viñoly Barreto, 1953)
Verbena trágica  (dir. Charles Lamont, 1939)
Víctimas del pecado (dir. Emilio Fernández, 1951)
La vida bohemia  (dir. Josef Berne, 1938)
La Virgen de la Caridad  (dir. Ramón Peón, 1930)
Casta de Roble  (1954)

  •  Researching, collecting, cataloging and restoring Spanish-language films, in cooperation with the Cinemateca de Cuba, Cineteca Nacional of Mexico, and the Fundación Cinemateca Argentina
  •  A film exhibition that will screen in Los Angeles from September 23 - December 10, 2017 at the Billy Wilder Theater and the Downtown Independent
  •  The publication of a bilingual exhibition catalog
  •  Oral histories with film archivists, scholars and other individuals on Spanish-language film culture in Los Angeles, which will be available to researchers
  • Hollywood Goes Latin: Spanish-Language Cinema in Los Angeles, a multi-disciplinary symposium that was held April 29–30, 2017 at the Linwood Dunn Theater in Los Angeles, as part of the 2017 FIAF Congress, co-hosted by UCLA Film & Television Archive and the Academy Film Archive
  •  The publication of an anthology of critical essays, Recuerdos de un cine en español: Cinema between Latin America and Los Angeles, Origins to 1960 (edited by Colin Gunckel, Jan-Christopher Horak, Lisa Jarvinen; Rutgers University Press)
  •  A touring exhibition of selected films that will travel to other cities in North America, beginning in 2018.

  • "UCLA teams with Cuban film archive on Latin American cinema project" — Los Angeles Times
  • "Cuban Film Restoration Project Launched at UCLA" — Variety
Recuerdos de un cine en español is part of  Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles, taking place from September 2017 through January 2018 at more than 70 cultural institutions across Southern California. Pacific Standard Time is an initiative of the Getty. The presenting sponsor is Bank of America.

More info at www.cinema.ucla.edu.
Independent Film, Now! Master Class
August 26th
Filmmakers Alliance has supported the production of hundreds of independent shorts and features since 1993 and once again brings you INDEPENDENT FILM NOW - a state-of-the-union look at the indie film landscape, as well as an A to Z, step-by-step seminar for independent filmmakers, providing the KEY information needed to get your next project MADE and SEEN. INDEPENDENT FILM NOW is a clear, concise and complete view of independent filmmaking, helping you create a blueprint for your life as a filmmaker!! 

Find out more info at:

A special offer for TFT alumni:

Tickets are $50, but we have discount code for partners: FAFRIENDS . Using the code, tix are only $20 and includes lunch. 
This Is Spinal Tap at The Wiltern
August 22, 8PM
August 22nd we’re pulling back the curtains and showing you what really happens on tour!
Join us at The Wiltern for a screening of rock’n’roll cult classic: This Is Spinal Tap. 
Sign up for a private backstage tour of The historic Wiltern. Tickets on sale now!

Directed by, co-written, scored by, and starring alumnus  Rob Reiner.
Written by, starring, and music by Harry Shearer (UCLA '64).


WHAT: Photo booth, live music, food trucks
This Is Spinal Tap screening. 
Doors open at 7:00PM. Backstage tour (for backstage tour ticket holders) 7:15PM. 
Movie starts at 8:00PM
WHERE: The Wiltern
3790 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010 
WHEN: Tuesday, August 22nd 
DETAILS: All ages, full bar and food. Tickets start at $15. Tickets available at:  www.wiltern.com/ &  www.ticketmaster.com/

GA Tickets $15 plus fees: General Admission Seating, first come first serve
VIP Tickets: $20 plus fees: General Admission Reserved seating in VIP area, Skip the Line 
VIP BACKSTAGE ROCKIN’ TOUR package: $50.00 – Includes: General Admission Reserved seating in VIP area, private backstage tour, champagne toast
Liza, Liza, Skies Are Grey Opens in NY and LA Today, August 18th
LIZA, LIZA, SKIES ARE GREY, a coming-of-age California motorcycle road trip narrative feature film set in the summer of 1966, written, produced and directed by Terry Sanders (MA '67) opens in New York (Cinema Village Theater) and Los Angeles (Laemmle Monica Film Center) on Friday, August 18.

Friday, August 18th 2017

Laemmle Monica Film Center

Cinema Village Theater

A film by Academy Award winner Terry Sanders
Starring Mikey Madison, Sean H. Scully, Kristin Minter
2017 TFT Theater Grads Start Muse of Fire Theater Company in LA
From Margaret Starbuck ('17):

2017 Theater Department graduates Will Block ('17), Margaret Starbuck ('17), and Renee Torchio MacDonald ('17) have founded Muse of Fire, a burgeoning classical theater company based in Los Angeles! This summer we will be producing Richard II and Henry IV in rep with each other! Both shows feature UCLA alumni actors and designers from the classes of 2016 and 2017! Performance dates are July 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th, August 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th @ 7PM and July 23rd, 30th, August 6th, 13th at 2PM! All performances are at Monk Space in Koreatown.

Visit  museoffireco.com for more details!
Job Listings and Available Services
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Documentary Filmmaker Wanted

Audrey P. Franklyn a former UCLA music student, is looking to hire a part-time filmmaker with knowledge in jazz/pop/blues music. She is looking for an alumni or student to film a short, 15-minute documentary about her involvement as a publicist working with Ella Fitzgerald and so many more legendary idols since 1955. The opportunity is part-time, hours and schedule is flexible. Please call Ms. Franklin directly for additional information about the position: (213) 500-1057 or (310) 274-1115.
Assistant Level Positions

Netflix currently has an opening for an Executive Assistant supporting 2-3 Executives on the Original Series team. We are looking for creative assistants who are coming off of the desk with a minimum of 1-2 years of experience. The candidate must have entertainment experience in an admin capacity.Please submit your resume to lahiring@netflix.com 8/11

FOX based Production Company is seeking a full-time Executive Assistant to start immediately. Assistant must efficiently and effectively coordinate the Producer’s calendar and manage heavy call volume and scheduling. Ideal candidate must have a few years of experience as an assistant in an agency, studio or production company to be considered. Job requires someone who is calm under pressure, resourceful, highly organized, hard-working, detail-oriented and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Responsibilities include, but not limited to: scheduling, rolling calls, reading and tracking material, correspondence, booking travel and managing interns. Candidates must have strong communication skills, computer skills and the ability to prioritize. Please e-mail resume to: ally.hawkins@fox.com 8/11

Weed Road Pictures, the production company of legendary writer-producer-director Akiva Goldsman, is currently seeking interns for the Fall term. Intern duties include high volume script coverage, learning to roll calls, and office management tasks. Candidates should be great multi-taskers, detail-oriented, tactful, and ready to learn. This is a great fit for anyone looking to learn more about the studio system, large-scale filmmaking, and project development. Start and end dates are flexible. We are located on the Paramount lot and can provide academic credit as needed. Email resumes to Kyle_tague@paramount.com 8/11

Entertainment entrepreneur with a wide variety of projects in need of an extremely versatile and quick-thinking special advisor/executive assistant interested in a long-term position with potential for upward mobility. Looking for a high functioning creative thinker who can assist with everything from general business strategy to day-to-day project management and assistance. The ideal candidate is well-educated, driven, honest, technically proficient and has extensive experience assisting busy executives and artists whose schedules do not adhere to traditional 9-5 work days. Definite room for growth and travel for the right person. Pay starts at $60,000 annually. Not an entry-level position. Please email resumes and cover letters to specialadvisorposition@gmail.com 8/11

Looking for an assistant for the EVP of television at Chernin Entertainment to work for Kristen Campo. Must be equipped at heavy scheduling and phones. But most importantly, looking for a go-getter who can track and bring in potential IP. Positive attitude is a must and agency experience preferred. Send resumes to cw@cherninent.com 8/11

Talent Manager/Partner at a prestigious management/production company looking for a Co-Assistant. This is not a starter desk. All applicants must have at least one year assistant experience. Must be detailed-oriented, highly motivated and professional with superior organizational and communication skills. Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Job responsibilities include handling client appointments, managing travel/schedule for manager and clients, heavy phones and overall office upkeep. High volume and demanding desk, but an incredible opportunity and learning experience for the right, self-motivated candidate. Please send resumes to anoncontalentasst@gmail.com 8/11

Writ Large, a literary management & production company is seeking an assistant for two managers. The ideal candidate is extremely organized, composed under pressure, and detail-oriented with strong communication skills and multitasking ability. We are looking for someone with strong creative instincts, who is passionate about reading and carries an opinion on material and is able to explain their thoughts in an intelligent manner. Desk experience at an agency or management firm is desired but not required. Please send resumes to writlargeinc@gmail.com 8/11

Management/Production company Underground seeks part-time assistant for two managers with fast paced, high volume businesses and many productions on their slate. Assistant will act as a second to the partners’ current asst with potential to grow into a full-time role. Candidates must have a passion for literary representation/production, and previous experience scheduling. The ideal candidate has strong communication skills, the ability to multitask, is extremely organized and is detail-oriented. College degree required. Please send resumes to ugreception1@gmail.com 8/11

The founding partners of Unfold Agency are seeking a full-time, salaried with benefits, executive assistant to join their team. The ideal candidate has interest in the digital ad world as well as the film, TV and the gaming space. Duties include managing day-to-day operations of the office such as the weekly catered lunch, ordering snacks/drinks and overseeing office supplies, along with other typical assistant duties. The ideal candidate is a motivated self-starter who is great at multi-tasking. For the right candidate, there is lots of upward mobility. Agency experience preferred, but not required. This is a great opportunity for someone seeking to be a part of a growing and cutting-edge digital ad agency. Please submit your resume and a cover letter for consideration to jobs@unfoldagency.com 8/11

We’re looking for our next full-time assistant, specifically focusing on unscripted television and digital content! The ideal candidate is smart, resourceful, and ambitious. Industry experience is a must. Candidate should be detail-oriented, with solid computer knowledge and excellent communication, organizational and multi-tasking abilities. Good people skills are vital along with a pleasant phone manner and professional appearance. Responsibilities include administrative tasks, rolling calls, scheduling meetings, managing calendars, etc. for two very busy and successful agents. Please send resume and cover letter to bungeejumper42@gmail.com 8/11

Stan Rosenfield & Associates is hiring an assistant within their talent division. In addition to traditional assistant duties of rolling calls, scheduling, this job is for someone whose endgame is a career in the entertainment industry representing talent. The fast paced environment demands that applicant be able to multi-task, adjust the non-traditional hours that representing talent might throw at you while working in a collaborative environment with multiple executives who oversee the company’s talent division. We are looking for someone detail oriented who is an effective communicator. Applicants must have at least one-year of entertainment industry experience with a strong understanding of media outlets, studios, agencies and management companies. Knowledge of Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel are required. Please send resumes to Marianna@sra-pr.com 8/11

Boutique talent management company looking for immediate, full-time assistant to manager. Ideal candidate would be interested in representation of film/tv actors and would have superior communication skills/phone manners, excellent writing skills; and be well-organized and detail-oriented. Responsibilities include phones, correspondence, scheduling, client appointments, script coverage, and project tracking. Also, must be Mac, MS Office & Internet proficient. Recent college graduates and interns may apply; however, previous desk experience is preferred, as this is a fast-paced work environment. Email resume, cover letter and references to jsecompany2@gmail.com 8/11

Creative below the line agency located on the Santa Monica promenade seeks artist relations/agent assistant. You will assist our artists with immigration issues, personal and professional schedule updates, production logistics, and tracking agency agreement paperwork. This involves coordination for many clients on a high volume of projects – organization, quick responses, and familiarity with artists’ work is key. 3 years industry experience, agency preferred. Great people skills. Mac, Google Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slack, InEntertainment, Wunderlist experience ideal. Send resume and cover letter to jobs@partos.com 8/11

ICM Partners, a major talent and literary agency, is seeking an exceptional and highly motivated Assistant for our Global Branded Entertainment dept . At least one year of desk experience required. Successful candidate will be highly motivated, thick skinned and extremely detail oriented, with superior organizational and communication skills This position requires the ability to be able shift priorities quickly in response to changing circumstances, remaining flexible, calm and focused while multi-tasking at a very fast pace. A BA/BS degree is required. Send resumes to careersla@icmpartners.com 8/11
Personal Assistant Positions

High level actor looking for a personal assistant based in Los Angeles. Standard responsibilities and pay will be based on experience. Please send your resume to actorasstjob@gmail.com 8/11

A working Comedic TV and Film actor is looking for a personal assistant. Minimum of 20 hours a week. Responsibilities include managing calendar, booking travel, handling correspondence, and running errands. Position requires some travel. Please send resumes to personalassistantjob2017@gmail.com 8/11
Nerative Script Coverage Tool
TFT alumnus Curtis Baxter (MFA '15) has developed, with a team of UCLA alumni, a new, Bruins-only script coverage tool called nerative.

Perfect your story with Hollywood’s fastest growing and best way to receive detailed, professional caliber feedback. No matter if it’s for film & television, stage, or a college personal statement- this Bruins only team at nerative has you covered. Welcome to a new way to re-define story. Welcome to nerative! 

Visit us at  nerative.com
Complimentary Tickets
to Laugh Factory
Supply and Demand continues to be the most popular show at the Laugh Factory, and the run has been extended through September for Hollywood and Long Beach! And we have a limited number of complimentary tickets for you and your friends.

Supply and Demand has been featured by everything from Time Out Los Angeles to ESPN. The show is packed with talent, and surprise guests at some of the venues have included Whitney Cummings, Joe Rogan, Jerrod Carmichael, Pete Holmes, Darrell Hammond, and more.

To get the complimentary tickets, visit http://www.ComedySupply.com
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