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“A Comedy Stew” Stand-Up Comedy Day | Berkeley

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Sunday, January 31, 2010 - 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm | Cost: FREE

Three professional comedians perform three completely different types of comedy.

  • Kenny Altman (co-host of “Gays and Dolls” at the SF Clubhouse) will do stand-up comedy focusing on stereotypes and certain fundamentalist hypocrisy.
  • David Kleinberg (pictured, we think – at least it’s a guy named “David Kleinberg” – has appeared with Robin Williams, Dana Carvey, Richard Lewis and Sinbad) will be performing “The Command Module,” where he drags the audience down into his office for some fun after his wife heads off to the Y.
  • Ira Brightman (The New York Comedy Club, The Marsh Theater, Off-Market Theaters in SF) will present “The Hitler Dinner,” with Mussolini, a kamikaze pilot, European diplomats, etc. Adolf Hitler will expostulate on his life, the nature of evil. See why he has or hasn’t essentially changed.

Sunday January 31, 2-3:30pm

Berkeley Central Library, 3rd floor meeting room, 2090 Kittredge at Shattuck, three blocks south of the Berkeley Downtown Bart, 510-981-6100

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