UCLA TFT Alumni Newsletter - October 14, 2016
UCLA TFT Alumni Newsletter
October 14, 2016
Welcome to the TFT Alumni Newsletter 
Questions, comments? Email alumni@tft.ucla.edu
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News and TFT Alumni Events
Melissa Finell's (MFA '15) Sensitivity Training Screening 
Friday, November 4th at 7:30PM. James Bridges Theater, TFT
Q&A with TFT Alumnus and Pokémon GO Game Designer Raza Ahmad
From UCLA Newsroom

One of the designers of the mobile gaming sensation Pokémon GO, UCLA alumnus Raza Ahmad, will be on campus this week for FuturizeX, a campuswide initiative that brings together members of the UCLA community and others from throughout Los Angeles to explore technology, innovations and ideas.

Ahmad, who earned an M.F.A. in film production at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, will be sharing his thoughts on the future of augmented reality, his experiences as a game designer at Niantic Labs, his work on Ingress — another augmented reality game, and more. Ahmad will be speaking during a forum scheduled for 7:15 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 13, at the Janss Terrace.

Jeff Burke, assistant dean of technology and innovation at TFT, will deliver opening remarks.

The Q&A continues at this link.
Alumnus Christopher Murillo
Wins Pierre Cardin Award
On  October 24 in New York, TFT alumnus Christopher Scott Murillo ('07) will receive the Princess Grace Theater Fellowship, Pierre Cardin Award for his scenic design work with the Playwrights' Arena. Christopher is now a Riverside City College adjunct faculty member in Theater.

Read an Inland Empire News interview with Christopher  here.
TFT Alumni at the Austin Film Festival
The 2016 Austin Film Festival began Thursday, October 13th and runs through Thursday, October 20th. Here is a guide to the TFT Alumni at this year’s Festival.
TFT Alumni Film Screenings

LENA KHAN (’07),
Writer/Director, The Tiger Hunter
Saturday, October 15 6:00pm
Texas Spirit Theater

Writer/Director, The Man Who Was Thursday
Saturday, October 15 7:30PM
Rollins Theatre

Writer/Director, The Tiger Hunter
Sunday, October 16 4:30pm
Galaxy Highland 9

Writer/Director, The Man Who Was Thursday
Wednesday, October 19 8:15PM
Alamo Drafthouse Village

TFT Alumni Panelists and Moderators


No One Understands My Work!...
Thursday, October 13 2:45PM

Austin Pitch #2
Friday, October 14 9:00AM

Ready, Set, Pitch: 90 Pages in 90 Seconds
Friday, October 14 10:45AM

Script-to-Screen: I Love You, Man
Saturday, October 15 4:30PM


Learning the Tropes: Genre
Saturday, October 15 12:30PM

Heart of Film Conference Party
Saturday, October 15 11:00PM

Sequels and Reboots
Sunday, October 16 1:15PM

Black to the Future: Closing Remarks with Shane Black

Sunday, October 16 3:00PM  


Research and Sevelopment at Disney and Pixar…

Friday, October 14 1:30PM
  ‘Drawing’ Back the Curtains: Animation
Saturday, October 15 10:45AM

Young Filmmakers Program: Pitch #2
Saturday, October 15 2:45PM  


Breaking In: Competitions
Friday, October 14 9:00AM

Roundtable: Breaking In and Staying In

Friday, October 14 1:30PM

Austin Pitch #6
Saturday, October 15 9:00AM

Chicks with Bics

Sunday, October 16 11:30AM

Second Rounders Panel: Now What?
Sunday, October 16 3:00PM


Indie Film Track: Directing Your Own Script
Friday, October 14 3:15PM


Roundtable: Breaking in and Staying In
Friday, October 14 1:30PM

Second Rounders Roundtable
Friday, October 14 3:15PM

Roundtable: Writing Across Mediums
Saturday, October 15 12:30PM


Producers Badge Roundtable: The Wibberleys
Friday, October 14 9:00AM

Turning Failure into Success

Saturday, October 15 9:00AM

‘Net’working: The Screenwriter on Social Media

Saturday, October 15 10:45AM

Second Rounders Roundtable

Friday, October 14 3:15PM

Young Filmmakers Panel: A Workshop on Genre

Sunday, October 16 3:00PM


    FRANK MARSHALL, (PolySci, ’68)

A Conversation with Frank Marshall
Monday, October 17 4:00PM

BERNIE SU (Ext. TV Writing Cert., ’06)

WGA West Late Night Welcome Party

Thursday October 13 11:00PM

Deconstructing Jane Austen

Friday, October 14 9:00PM

Breaking In: Digital Space

Friday, October 14 1:30PM

The Creative Career: Practical Tips for Starting Out

Friday, October 14 1:30PM

Writing for the Web: Digital Storytelling
Saturday, October 15 9:00AM

Executives and Executive Producers: Digital Media

Saturday, October 15 10:45AM

Roundtable: New Media & Digital Storytelling

Saturday, October 15 2:45PM

CORMAC WIBBERLEY (Economics, ’89)

Producers Badge Roundtable: The Wibberleys

Friday, October 14 9:00AM

Turning Failure into Success
Saturday, October 15 9:00AM

Second Rounders Roundtable
Friday, October 14 3:15PM

Young Filmmakers Panel: A Workshop on Genre

Sunday, October 16 3:00PM

BLESSING YEN, (Business Economics, ’08)

Space Out of Time: Expanding the Page for VR

Sunday, October 16 11:30AM

If you have a film or are on a panel at Austin Film Festival, but were not included on this list, please let us know about it. email alumni@tft.ucla.edu

TFT Alumni Nights with The Archive Presents:
Stage Sisters Preceded by The Hedonists 
James Bridges Theater
Tuesday, October 19th at 7:30PM

These films are part of the ongoing program, “TFT Alumni Nights with The Archive.”

Free admission to both films for TFT Alumni who say, “TFT ALUMNI” at the box office at the James Bridges Theater.

UCLA FTV Archive Presents:  Stage Sisters (China, 1964), preceded by The Hedonists (China, 2016)

October 19, 2016 - 7:30 pm

West Coast Restoration Premiere!

Stage Sisters (China, 1964)

In this lush backstage drama set in the decades leading up to 1949, two Chinese opera actresses sing their way from the countryside to the city and back.  Caught up in the Cultural Revolution, veteran director Xie Jin’s portrait of female solidarity and awakening political consciousness was banned but revived in the 1980s as a masterpiece of Chinese filmmaking and is now newly released in this magnificent 4K digital restoration.

4K DCP, color, in Mandarin with English subtitles, 112 min.  DIR: Xie Jin.  SCR: Lin Gu, Xu Jin, Xie Jin.  CAST: Xie Fang, Cao Yindi, Shangguan Yunzhu.

Preceded by

West Coast Premiere!

The Hedonists (China, 2016)

Critically acclaimed director and new member to the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, Jia Zhangke and his longtime muse Zhao Tao craft a drily absurdist tale of three laid-off coal factory workers retraining to be performers at a new cultural theme park.

DCP, color, in Mandarin with English subtitles, 26 min.  DIR: Jia Zhangke. SCR: Zhao Tao, Jia Zhangke.  CAST: Liang Jingdong, Han Sanming, Yuan Wenqian.

Event info can be found here.

Please note: This screening takes place at the James Bridges Theater and is part of the 3rd China Onscreen Biennial.

Early Halloween Comedy Show at The Comedy Store
October 28th 7PM
Early Halloween Comedy Show & Mixer 10/28 @ 7pm (Flyer image sent via email) You are invited to an early Halloween celebration for an evening of laughs featuring UCLA TFT Alumni at The World Famous Comedy Store.

Please join us in supporting live comedy and an after show mixer with students & alumni of UCLA School of Theater, Film, & TV and UCLA TFT Professional Program on The Comedy Store patio.

 Time & Location: October 28th at 7pm The Comedy Store 8433 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069  
*Please note there is a 2 drink minimum, but beverage does not need to be alcoholic.
Buy Tickets Online: goo.gl/Gm2ZdN
Discount Parking: $5 - 8539 Sunset Blvd. (5 min walk .2 miles)

Email any questions about the event to formalika@gmail.com

Benj Goehner is an alumni of the UCLA School of Theater, Film, & TV (Professional Program TV Writing '15). When he's not performing standup or developing sitcoms based on his life growing up in a German tourist town, studios pay him to write nice things about their movies. Benj says, "Standup is one of the most challenging and rewarding forms of writing. Essentially, you've only got a few short minutes to make a room full of strangers like you and listen to your stories. It's acting, writing, editing, and a job interview rolled into one, but the reward is instantly knowing when a joke is resonating."

Evangeline Monroy is a film industry vet and two time alumni of the UCLA School of Theater, Film, & TV (BA Theater '98, Professional Program TV Writing '15). After getting laid off from a career producing animated & vfx blockbusters for Sony Pictures, she returned to UCLA to pursue her passion of writing for television, while trying to figure out how to be a professional surf bum. Since graduating, she completed the JVS Womentoring Program as a TV Writing mentee, and was also awarded the Upright Citizens Brigade Diversity Scholarship for Improv & Sketch Writing. Evangeline started performing musical comedy after fellow classmate Benj Goehner recommended a standup workshop taught by comedienne Jodi Miller. Evangeline says, "Doing stand up was a dream I was too scared to admit, but I quickly realized it was the missing element in my arsenal of comedy writing tools. Most importantly it's a fun way to force me to write and use my theater & musical muscles at the same time."
NYC Alumni: Tadmor at The Distillery Writing Lab Application Open
At Tadmor, we develop, produce, and finance independent films with a focus on commercial,
auteur driven projects that challenge conventions. Our award-winning films include Swiss Army
Man (Winner • Directing Award, US Dramatic Competition • Sundance 2016) and Junction 48
(Winner • Audience Award • Berlinale Panorama 2016 | Winner • Best International Narrative
Feature • Tribeca Film Festival 2016). To see our full roster of projects, please visit our website:


We are looking to collaborate with and cultivate the next wave of innovative filmmakers and
writers through our writing lab, The Distillery.
Entering its second year, The Distillery is a three month program (Feb. 27, 2017 - June 2, 2017)
during which participants develop a new or existing feature film or television script.
What we provide:
  • WORK SPACE: Desk space at Tadmor’s office in the Flatiron District of New York City.
  • ONE-ON-ONE WORKSHOP SESSIONS: Bi-monthly sit-down sessions with our team to
intensively workshop scenes, discuss broader story or character developments, and
strategize casting, getting the best tax incentives, and setting up financing structures.
  • INDUSTRY MEET & GREETS: Award winning writers, directors, and producers are
invited to meet with participants, discuss ideas, and answer questions.
  • CREATIVE COMMUNITY: Weekly Distillery lunches and informal drink nights.
  • PRODUCING/FINANCING PARTNER: Tadmor will have first look to produce and/or
finance any projects that stem out of The Distillery. Graduates will build a relationship
with a development/production/financing company for these and future works.

How to apply:
  • INTRODUCE YOURSELF: We want to get to know you, your style, what excites you, and
why you're interested in the program. Maximum one page.
  • TELL US A STORY: Send us a screenplay or finished film (short/feature/TV episode). It
should be a complete story with beginning, middle, and end.

E-mail your resume, introduction, and story to info@tadmor.co with the subject line:
" Distillery Application". Applications are due December 31, 2016. We will be reaching out
with interview requests on a rolling basis. Final decisions will be made in February. A pplicants
should be NYC based for the duration of the program.
The Dreamers "Resurrection City" Live Reading
Wednesday, October 19 - 7:30PM, James West Alumni Center
Alumni Film A Spark of Nerve Screening at Los Angeles World International Film Festival

A Spark of Nerve, will be screening at the Los Angeles World International Film Festival at the Crest Westwood Theater on Tuesday, Oct. 25th at 7 p.m.

Loren Schaller ('14) is one of the main characters highlighted in the documentary.  Her paralysis becomes the framework of this extraordinary story of medical innovation and personal triumph.  

Trailer available at www.sparkofnerve.com

The opening of the film is performed by another 2014 TFT graduate, Chelsea M. Fryer

Tickets for the Crest Westwood theater.    https://ticketing.us.veezi.com/purchase/807?siteToken=76RRaxYgpE6Vixj7UgPWew==

"The Musical Man" to Play Rockwell This Fall

Glenn Rosenblum ('82) makes his solo Los Angeles Cabaret Debut at the Rockwell Table and Stage 1714 N. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90027 on Monday, October 24, 2016 at 8 PM.

Rosenblum crafts an endearing Valentine to Broadway's Golden Age, the larger -than-life stage Legends and the Long Island Lad obsessed by it all. This tune-filled show includes songs by John Kander and Fred EbbJerry HermanBetty Comden and Adolph GreenJule StyneAnthony Newley and Stephen Sondheim.


Glenn Rosenblum is THE MUSICAL MAN

Monday October 24, 2016 8 PM

Rockwell Table and Stage, 1714 N Vermmont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90027

TICKETS: www.rockwell-la.com or 323-669-1550

Prices $25, 20, 15, plus a two-item minimum

Stan Against Evil Premiere
Wednesday, October 19th @ Hollywood Forever

Complimentary Kogi food truck, In N’ Out Burger and Donut Friend will be provided for all Stan fans. The evening will also feature a Q&A with the cast and creator and a special Halloween themed photo booth.

NOTE: This show is free. To help us track attendance, you must get a ticket for admission.
Larry Cedar Stars in Orwellian
Alumni Production of The Country Wife
September 17 - October 23 at King's Road Park
The wickedly satirical comedy, The Country Wife, written in 1675 by William Wycherley, directed by TFT alumna Suzanne Hunt ('00) and starring alumni Lonni Silverman ('05), and Kathy Bell Denton (MFA '76) is being produced by the Classical Theatre Lab and the City of West Hollywood

The Country Wife
September 17-October 23 
Sat/Sun at 3 pm
King's Road Park 
1000 N. King's Rd. West Hollywood.

Admission is free.  
Around the World in 80 Days
at The Matrix Theatre

Danger, romance and comic surprises abound in this whirlwind of a show, as 5 actors portraying 39 characters traverse 7 continents in Mark Brown's adaption of one of the greatest adventures of all time. The original amazing race!

Fri & Sat @ 8; Sun @ 3
September 9 - October 16

The Matrix Theatre
7657 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90049
(just East of Fairfax)
(323) 960-4429 

UCLA TFT ALUMNI: Use code 410 for $10 off! 

Tix: https://www.plays411.com/newsite/show/play_info.asp?show_id=4524
Show website: http://www.allisonbibicoff.com/aroundtheworld.html

Directed by Allison Bibicoff ('90).

The Beauty, The Banshee & Me
at the Whitefire Theatre
Michael Allen Angel ('87) directs the West Coast Premiere of  The Beauty, The Banshee & Me at the  Whitefire Theatre beginning  September 15.

The Beauty, The Banshee & Me opens for press on  September 15 and continues through 
October 23. Performances take place  Thursdays at  8 p.m., and  Sundays at  3 p.m. All tickets are  $25, The  Whitefire Theatre is located at  13500 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks, CA 91423. For reservations and information, call  (323) 960-1055 or go to  www.plays411.com/banshee.
Job Listings and Available Services

Production Assistant / Personal Assistant / Administrative Assistant

A motivated Personal/Creative Assistant is needed to support an A-List online creator. The individual who assumes this role will assist in both professional and personal aspects of this influencer’s life, and duties will take place out of their home as well as the creator's home.  

The ideal candidate for this job will be sharp, organized, able to juggle multiple tasks, have acute attention to detail, willingness to work hard, and a positive, can-do attitude. This is an excellent opportunity for recent graduates and/or executive and personal assistants who are ready to take their careers to the next level.  Ability to film and use a camera, and interest in production and entertainment is a strong plus.

The candidate who takes on this position can expect to be completely immersed among entertainment industry professionals, and must be able to conduct themselves with the utmost professionalism and poise. This celebrity has high standards but is known to be kind, generous and fair.

Daily tasks will include the following: 

  • Scheduling appointments 
  • Arranging complex travel itineraries
  • Overseeing schedules and managing calendars 
  • Interfacing with high level industry contacts 
  • Running errands 
  • Coordinating Shoots
  • Potential Travel

Qualified candidates will have: 

  • The ability to wear many hats and prfioritize tasks
  • Strong organisational skills 
  • A detail-oriented and proactive nature 
  • A positive and calm demeanour 
  • Excellent interpersonal skills 
  • A strong focus on maintaining confidentiality at all times 

Please send your resume in PDF for immediate review.



Various Assistant Level Positions

A Talent Manager at a bi-coastal talent management firm, seeks a seasoned assistant for our office in Los Angeles. Ideal candidates must have experience (at a minimum: 6 months-1 year), superior academic credentials and a degree from a four year university. Experience must include time at a talent agency or management company. Internship does not count. Applicants must be self-motivated, highly organized, hard-working, detail-oriented and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. The more computer and tech knowledge, the better. Great opportunity to further ones career in within the entertainment industry with an established manager with amazing clients. We would love to continue to grow the company from within over time. Competitive pay and benefits. Must have thick skin and a strong desire to succeed. Email cover letter and resume to: talent.manager.asst302@gmail.com 10/4

FremantleMedia North America is currently seeking an Executive Assistant to support two Vice Presidents of Alternative Programming. Responsibilities include, but not limited to answer/roll telephone calls , manage heavy schedule, prepare pitch materials (one sheets, decks, Keynote Presentations, etc.), assist in production of sizzle reels, research, prepare expense reports, travel, participation in creative brainstorms and meetings, and special projects as needed. Candidate must be passionate about Alternative Programming, be a Rock Star Assistant, possess an Entrepreniual Spirit and be a team player with 2 years of relevant work experience in the entertainment industry. Please email all resumes to Jobs@fremantlemedia.com 10/4

Optimism Entertainment, a Talent & Literary Management firm is hiring for assistant positions. Responsibilities include: Script coverage, booking travel, submissions, scheduling appointments, answering phones, working directly with high profile client’s, CD’s, producers, and studio/network executives. Must be extremely detailed, polite, confident, well organized and possess a high level of initiative. Highly proficient in computer skills(Both MAC & PC) including BD services, IE, Photo Shop, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel. Ideal applicants should have strong knowledge of who the key executives and casting directors are, and must have at least 2-3 years agency or management experience as an assistant. Prefer applicants who have a strong interest in eventually becoming a talent or literary manager. This position offers competitive salary + bonus and medical benefits. Resume and cover letter should be sent to Amy@optimisment.com 10/4

Greene & Associates Talent Agency is seeking a part time assistant (20-30 hours per week). 1-2 years agency or management experience is required. Candidates who possess a strong desire to become an Agent should apply. Responsibilities include script coverage, knowledge about InEntertainment is a plus, rolling calls, providing administrative and client support including reviewing material, generating and scheduling auditions as well as coordinating with casting directors, managers and publicists. Ideal candidate will be personable, extremely detail-oriented, motivated, have excellent communication skills, calm under pressure and have an excellent work ethic. This position also provides excellent potential for growth/upward mobility. Please email resume & cover letter to jen@greenetalent.com 10/4

Various Personal Assistant Positions

Seeking a personal assistant to help out with day-to-day tasks (full-time). This is for a digital influencer who is very busy with producing, writing, and directing comedic videos and sometimes touring. Job Description: Managing calendar; Import, organize, synchronize footage; Book travel; Be present and available to help out on set; Cut videos to repurpose across other social media platforms; Assist the video production process; Occasionally travel when needed; Various other errands/activities. Resumes: Asstresume90210@gmail.com 10/4

We are seeking an Executive Assistant for two board members in the entertainment and education industries. We are looking for a responsible Personal Assistant to support a husband and wife duo in their new office in Brentwood. This person will provide administrative support to the office. Manages all administrative tasks, including phones, scheduling, filing, calendar, courier, for the two Partners. Organizes and maintains efficient workflow system, composes memos and correspondence on behalf of the Partners and greet clients, filmmakers, talent, agents etc. This person should type 60 wpm and be efficient working in Microsoft office. Must be technically savvy and have knowledge with modern tech devices. To apply, please send resume to careers@warnerbros.com with subject line “Personal Executive Assistant”. 9/27

25% Off All Tickets to "For the Record: Scorsese" at The Wallis

Sep 21 - Oct 16

The Wallis and For The Record production of


American Crime Requiem


Enter code "FAF" in the promo box for 25% off tickets

For The Record returns to Los Angeles to celebrate legendary filmmaker Martin Scorsese. The acclaimed For The Record series is a unique, genre-bending form of live entertainment turning the soundtracks of iconic filmmakers into thrilling immersive theatrical concerts. American Crime Requiem explores over 40 years of Scorsese's storytelling, his passion for music and the people who make it. The show stars an eclectic mix of artists from the worlds of music, stage and screen performing an epic setlist from GoodFellasCasinoThe DepartedThe Wolf of Wall Street and more. Part rock concert, part drama, part nightclub. All LEGENDARY!

James Byous, Carmen Cusack, Lindsey Gort, Dionne Gipson, Olivia Harris, Doug Kreeger, Justin Mortelliti, Jason Paige, Zak Resnick, B. Slade, Pia Toscano, John Lloyd Young



CTG Presents:
Vicuna, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and A View From The Bridge
By Jon Robin Baitz
Directed by Robert Egan
October 23 – November 20, 2016

Special $25 Vicuna Ticket Offer
For Performances October 23 – November 6, 2016

*Valid now through November 6 for selected locations in Price Level B.  Offer not valid on previously purchased tickets or combined with other offers.  Not valid on Sunday, October 30.  Handling fees may apply.  Subject to availability.

A tailor to the wealthy, powerful, and famous struggles to serve a very unusual client: a blustering real estate tycoon and reality TV star who—to everyone’s surprise—becomes a major party’s nominee for President. As the election spins out of control, the tailor and his apprentice are forced to examine their roles as confidants and image-makers for the candidate…and whether the right suit has the power to clinch the presidency. The World premiere of this hot-off-the-presses satire from Jon Robin Baitz ( Other Desert Cities) offers a unique opportunity for a play to participate in our nation’s political discourse as it unfolds.
The Young Vic Production of Arthur Miller’s
A View From The Bridge
Directed by Ivo Van Hove

2016 Tony® Award Winner—Best Revival of a Play, Best Director

Tickets Start at $25!  Including stage seating, providing a unique opportunity to get an intimate view steps away from the action.
Don’t miss an unforgettable, intimate experience of A View From the Bridge. Our onstage seating offers a unique opportunity to get an unobstructed view steps away from the action. 
Direct from sold-out runs on the West End and Broadway comes A View From the Bridge in a searing revival from director Ivo van Hove, delivering “the stuff of Broadway legend” ( New York Post). Arthur Miller’s tale of a Brooklyn longshoreman obsessed with his 17-year-old niece and his raging jealousy over her love of an immigrant will leave audiences feeling “ridiculously blessed to have been a witness to the events you just saw” ( The New York Times).
August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
By August Wilson
Directed by Phylicia Rashad
With Greg Bryan, Keith David, Jason Dirden, Damon Gupton, Matthew Henerson, Nija Okoro, Lamar Richardson, Ed Swidey, Glynn Turman, Lillias White

Mark Taper Forum
135 N. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Special $35 Ticket Offer
Use Code: MRARTS

*Valid now through September 18 for selected seat locations.  Offer not valid on previously purchased tickets or combined with other offers.  Excludes Sunday, September 11. Handling fees may apply. Subject to availability.

Blazing lyrical and emotional force…The spellbinding sound of a great American artist singing the history of his culture from the stage, creating a long, beautiful song out of unfathomable suffering. -- Charles Isherwood, Variety
Ambition and art collide with the business of the blues in this red hot play filled with music that made the '20s roar. An American masterpiece, August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is set in 1927 Chicago during a recording session at a white-owned studio with the legendary singer—inspired by real-life Mother of the Blues Gertrude "Ma" Rainey. Tony Award® winner Phylicia Rashad directs this groundbreaking play with a powerhouse cast led by Lillias White (Broadway’s Fela! and Once on This Island), Keith David (OWN’s Greenleaf, Broadway’s Jelly’s Last Jam), and Glynn Turman (HBO’s The Wire, Showtime’s House of Lies) all returning to the Taper from Joe Turner’s Come and Gone.

Extraordinary! Ma Rainey rides on the exultant notes of the blues! -- Newsweek
Complimentary Tickets to the Laugh Factory, Hollywood
The last few months of Supply and Demand shows at the Hollywood Laugh Factory were such a success that the club has extended the run through December! If you haven't been yet, you've missed many sold out shows, Dane Cook and Tom Papa dropping by, and performances by Whitney Cummings, Jerrod Carmichael, Iliza Schlesinger, Tommy Johnagin, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Carlos Alazraqui, Steve Hofstetter, Erik Griffin, Godfrey, Neal Brennan, and more!
If you already have tickets, great! If not, the shows are every Wednesday through December. We have 50 complimentary tickets to each one - then they go to $5, $10, $15, and $20 as the show sells out. The Laugh Factory is supporting these shows in a big way, encouraging their most famous comedians to drop by and do surprise sets. Grab the complimentary ones before they're gone and go to as many shows as you want. To get your complimentary tickets, visit:
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