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Paul Mooney: Blackman In The White House "The Second Term Tour": Sat, 12.29, 8pm
Saturday, December 29, 2012 from 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PST)
BLACK MAN IN THE WHITEHOUSE - "THE SECOND TERM TOUR"
THE SECOND TERM TOUR-OBAMA MATERIAL, ELECTION CONTENT-WHERE WE ARE HEADED NOW-HILARIOUSLY SERIOUS!
Writer, Grammy-nominated comedian and actor Paul Mooney pulls no punches as he puts history and the presidential election and OBAMA'S VICTORY in his sharpened, sardonic sights. Drawn from a career with beginnings as a circus ringmaster and leading to years of acclaim as a comedy writer, Mooney's words have been spoken by Richard Pryor and Redd Foxx and the cast of the hit TV show In Living Color. You might also be familiar with his blistering work on Chappelle's Show and his stand-up act that skewers tender subjects.
In Black Man in the White House-The Second Term Tour, he offers hilarious insight into where we are currently in our state of BLACKNESS!-510-652-2120/925-812-2797/415-678-0100
DEC. 26TH THRU JAN.1 2013
(*3 showtimes NEW YEARS EVE)
PAUL MOONEY THE GODFATHER OF COMEDY
Come out - Crack-Up! Its said, that laughter is the Best Medicine. If so don't miss this one!! ENJOY all the hoopla of A GUT-BUSTING, SIDE-SPLITTING, ROLL IN THE ISLE, HAR-DE-HARHAR-AFFAIR! There will be A live DVD taping of all Mr. Mooneys shows .(DVD to be released in the spring2013) BLACKMAN IN THE WHITEHOUSE-'THE SECOND TERM TOUR' is an exhilirating blast of, deep belly laugh's, A whole lot of lap slapping , and laughter bursts that will go down in comical DVD history.
1 block south of Ashby Bart
The Berkeley Black Repertory Group (BRG) began in 1964 as a church drama club, later moving into storefront building as a community theater in South Berkeley. In 1971, the group became a non-profit corporation and received their 501 (C) (3) designation. BRG has been acclaimed for its work with youth through performing arts and for its "New Arts" program which one-act plays by new local playwrights are produced. In 1987, BRG moved into their current location which is a cultural arts center that contains a large exhibition lobby, courtyard, meeting & rehearsal space, and a beautiful 250-seat theater auditorium with adjoining dressing rooms.
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