John Fugelsang Plays Two Nights at Brentwood Theatre


The Brentwood Theatre will present John Fugelsang:† All the Wrong Reasons for two nights only, on November 15 and 16 and 8 p.m.

The son of a Catholic Nun and a Franciscan Brother takes audiences on a hilariously twisted, politically fearless and moving journey that the New York Daily News says "Delivers an unexpectedly lovely and life affirming wallop." Audiences Roared, wept and cheered for this true story of southern neo-nazis, drug smuggling, undying love and unexpected miracles during its 2007 off-Broadway run.† He received the award for "Outstanding NY Monologist" from the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs at Lincoln Center.

From performing stand-up comedy across the country; to acting on some of America's highest rated TV programs, including "CSI"; to hosting VH1's live "Town Hall" meetings with Paul McCartney and Garth Brooks; to a stint hosting ABC's "America's Funniest Home Videos"; to being one of the youngest regular panelists on "Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher," John's proven himself a triple threat in the fields of acting, standup, and TV hosting.

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The Brentwood Theatre is located on the Veterans Administration grounds at 11301 Wilshire Boulevard. Tickets are $28.00 and are available from Ticketmaster by calling (213) 365-3500 or going to

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