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Friday, April 29

Three Comedies at The Music Hall Loft

On Sale:

Tickets on sale to members, noon Thursday May 5
to public, noon Thursday May 19



The Music Hall has just announced three comedies – two on stage and one on screen – at the Music Hall Loft for this summer. All three shows go on sale to members, noon Thursday May 5 and to public, noon Thursday May 19.

First up is a Currents @ the Loft: This Evening Not Yet Rated featuring Comedy Central star Juston McKinney with Bob Lord & The Gaudy Baubles, Saturday, June 11, 2011 7:30pm; 9:30pm. It’s an evening of standup comedy, rock and roll and something delicious and wicked in between.

Next up is the legendary actor Brian Bedford bending genders as the formidable Lady Bracknell in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest – captured live in HD on Broadway and shown on screen at the Loft Saturday, June 18, 7pm

Rounding out the comedies is two visits – one in July and one in August – by Miss Richfield 1981, a hilarious one-man drag show that the Chicago Sun-Times described as “Garrison Keillor meets Mary Tyler Moore.”

According to Chris Curtis, Programming Coordinator, “You won’t want to miss one of these three hilarious nights! Whether you’re talking local-favorites Juston McKinney & Bob Lord, the wit of Wilde or laugh-out-loud fun with Miss Richfield in The Loft, The Music Hall is the place to be for laughs.”

Currents @ the Loft: This Evening Not Yet Rated

Juston McKinney with Bob Lord & The Gaudy Baubles
Saturday, June 11, 2011 7:30pm, 9:30pm
Tickets: $25

What would happen if a comedian joins a band? Experience Comedy Central star Juston McKinney with that effervescent band on the lam - Bob Lord and the Gaudy Baubles. An evening of standup comedy, rock and roll and something delicious and wicked in between. This evening not yet rated.

“Juston McKinney is destined for stardom.” – New York Times

Captured live on Broadway in HD The Importance of Being Earnest

Music Hall Loft
Saturday, June 18, 7pm
Tickets: $24 (age 18 and under $15)

Oscar Wilde’s glorious comedic masterpiece about mistaken identity, class, courtship and good old-fashioned name dropping. Tony Award winner Brian Bedford directs and stars as the formidable Lady Bracknell
“The great actor Brian Bedford is brilliant in this funny and effervescent production. It’s one of the great performances of the season.” – The New York Times

Music Hall Presents: Miss Richfield 1981: 30 Years on the Throne!

Music Hall Loft
Sunday July 24 7pm; Sunday August 21 7pm
Tickets: $35

“Garrison Keillor meets Mary Tyler Moore.” (Chicago Sun-Times). With appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, this original one-man drag show features edgy one-on-one improv with the audience, a professionally trained singing voice, and an athletic approach to physical comedy. Hysterical!

“The must-see show in Provincetown.” –  New York Daily News