Saturday, March 10, 2012

Back in Sac: The Comedians with Disabilities Act returns to Sacramento Friday, May 4th!

On November 26th, 2010, the Comedians with Disabilities Act had its first ever performance, debuting to a sold-out audience at the Sacramento Comedy Spot.  On the day after Thanksgiving, no less.

Brought together by comedian/producer Keith Lowell Jensen, the group, at that time, consisted of Michael O'Connell, Steve Danner and Eric Mee.  Based on the success of that first show, the group was booked at the heralded San Francisco Punch Line soon after, and were joined by a guest-set performer named Nina G.  Nina was immediately recognized as the element that no one had even realized was missing and was added to the tour, completing the foursome that began playing clubs, theaters and college campuses across California together.

Finally, on Friday night, May 4, 2012, the Comedians with Disabilities Act will finally be returning to the place where it all began, performing a one-night only show at the Comedy Spot at 9:00 PM.  Returning, also, will be Keith Lowell Jensen, who will be hosting the festivities.  In addition, the show will feature a special guest performance by San Francisco comic Steve Lee, another disabled performer.  All the members of the Act have high hopes that, as long as they're repeating history, that the sellout part will repeat again as well.

Advance tickets are available for purchase on the Comedy Spot's web site, and early buying is strongly recommended based on the demand for this tour.  Tickets are $15 and can be ordered here:

The venue is roughly at 20th and J Street in midtown Sacramento:

Sacramento Comedy Spot
1050 20th St. Ste 130
Sacramento, CA
916 444 3137

Don't miss out on California's favorite differently-abled comedians in their homecoming show!

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