Summer Stand-Up Comedy to Continue at Luna Stage

June 29
2:55 PM 2012

Summer Stand-Up Comedy to Continue at Luna Stage

The highly praised Stand-Up Comedy Night returns to Luna Stage, 555 Valley Road, West Orange, NJ on Thursday, July 12th, 2012 at 8pm. Hosted by comedian Michael Che, the evening will feature fellow talented comics soon to be announced.

Tickets (for mature audiences) are $10 each, and can be purchased in person at the box office, on the phone at 973-395-5551" or on the Luna Stage website: www.lunastage.org. ??

Luna Stage’s Stand-Up Comedy Night is part of an ongoing series featuring full evenings of stand-up comedy from the tri-state area’s up-and-coming comics. Performers have been seen on the likes of MTV, NBC, and Comedy Central, and Luna Stage’s intimate theatre gives audiences the opportunity to see these rising stars up-close and personal.??Host Michael Che, named a “Comic To Watch” by Comedy Central, is a native New Yorker who has already gained the respect and admiration of many of the comedians and audiences in New York City. His comedy blends street culture with world issues to hilarious results.

The theatre is handicapped accessible and assisted listening devices are available.

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