Comedians with Disabilities Act at the Pacific Pinball Museum
Saturday, September 14, 2013 from 8:00 PM to 11:30 PM (PDT)
A troupe of comedians with disabilities promises big laughs to benefit the Pacific Pinball Museum.
Present your ticket at any time on September 14, and come in to play pinball before the show! INCLUDES FREE $5 Discount on Adult Admission good after Sept 14th.
Comedians: Nina G., Eric Mee, Steve Danner, Michael O'Connell, Steve Lee and Queenie TT with music by DJ Darewon. Adults only show, must be 18 yrs.
A blind man. A woman who stutters. A wheelchair user. A Little Person. While this may sound like a description of a support group, it is, in fact, the lineup for the “Comedians with Disabilities Act,” a comedy tour that the San Francisco Examiner called “The most unconventional comics to pop up in 2011.” Made up entirely of performers with different disabilities, the troupe is bringing their “special” brand of humor to the Pacific Pinball Museum on Saturday, September 14th, for a one-night only performance benefiting the museum.
When & Where
Pacific Pinball Museum
The Pacific Pinball Museum (PPM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and preservation of one of America's great pastimes. We do this by:
Operating the Pacific Pinball Museum a beautiful selection of 90 fully playable, historic pinball machines.
Hosting the world's largest pinball show, the annual Pacific Pinball Expo.
Creating traveling pinball art exhibits.
Creating traveling science exhibits communicating the basics of physics and electricity using pinball as the central theme.