08 Oct Culver City Comedy Night
The Culver City Democratic Club is thrilled to host Comedy Night! starring Betsy Salkind, Camille Solari and Ronnie Jayne.
A fun & funny fundraiser, Comedy Night! will benefit the Culver City Democratic Club in its work to get Democrats into office on local, state and national levels.
What: Comedy Night! starring Betsy Salkind, Camille Solari and Ronnie Jayne
When: Thursday, October 27th, doors open at 7pm for refreshments & socializing, show begins at 7:30pm
Where: Amvets Hall, 10858 Culver Blvd. Culver City 90230 (free parking in front)
Cost: Tickets are only $30 per person or 2 for $50 – contact Meghan: email@example.com or 310-845-5831
About the artists:
Known as the thinking person’s stand-up comic, headliner Betsy Salkind has garnered rave reviews for her work. The Boston Globe says, “There are countless ways to make someone laugh, and Betsy Salkind knows most of them. Want sarcastic wit? Political humor? Or maybe just a good animal mime? Salkind can pull all that off and more.” Betsy Salkind was a writer for “Saturday Night Special” and “Roseanne,” wrote and starred in the critically-acclaimed “Anne Frank Superstar,” and has appeared as a stand-up on numerous TV shows including “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Best known for her squirrel impression, she refuses to be pigeonholed as a rodent. To see this and other hilarious works, visit www.betsysalkind.com.
Camille Solari is a versatile performer, who, in addition to doing stand-up comedy, writes, directs, acts, and models. She wrote and starred in Boston Girls, and Comedy Central Sit N Spin, and has appeared in numerous films and television shows. Bill Zehme writes in IMBd.com: “Her unique approach to the competitive thrash of Hollywood propelled her to write and star in her own quirky and delightful independent feature films […]” – many of which are available on her website www.camillesolari.com.
Culver City’s own Ronnie Jayne is a singer, songwriter, pianist, and entertainer, as well as past president of the Culver City Democratic Club. She has performed all over the country and internationally. Her one-woman show about baby boomers, “No, I Want Red!” is a must-see. Excerpts and Ronnie’s full biography on www.ronniejayne.com.