WORST EVER LIVE Podcast Premieres At The Garry Marshall Theatre
Garry Marshall Theatre presents the WORST EVER LIVE Podcast featuring Christine Lakin and Alaa Khaled with special guests Danielle Fishel, as part of their Live @ the Marshall series, Sunday April 29, at 7:30pm.
Worst Ever started as a cult-hit live storytelling show in Los Angeles and has since turned into a hit podcast by the same name. This is their first-ever LIVE podcast show, combining their former theater roots with the more relaxed version the show now has in podcast form. Worst Ever is a show about life's humiliations and features celebrity guests, comics, and entertainment industry professionals who pull back the curtain on everything from the glamor of Hollywood to worst dates, vacations, breakups, jobs and more - because we believe pain is best served funny!
Co-hosted by Christine Lakin (Hollywood Darlings, Step By Step) and Alaa Khaled, Worst Ever Live will feature a guest appearance by 90's favorite, actress Danielle Fishel (Boy Meets World, Girl Meets World), getting candid about some of her most awkward moments in life. Audience questions will be taken from submissions to the podcast's email: email@example.com. Merchandise will be for sale in the lobby. Meet and greet with the co-hosts after the show. Also featuring producer/engineer Steven Ray Morris (The Purrcast, My Favorite Murder).
Tickets starting at $30 are available now at garrymarshalltheatre.org. Worst Ever Podcast is available on iTunes, Audioboom, Stitcher, IHeartRadio and Spotify.
Garry Marshall Theatre is a nonprofit organization providing innovative performances, educational opportunities, and storytelling activities for all ages, year-round. Located in the heart of Burbank and Toluca Lake's entertainment industry, the critically acclaimed and Ovation Award-winning 130-seat theatre was founded in 1997 as the Falcon Theatre by Hollywood legend Garry Marshall. Reestablished as the Garry Marshall Theatre in 2017, the theatre continues to cultivate new artists and experiences that spark ideas and build community.