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Saturday, January 24 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Julie Brown's 'The Homecoming Queen's Got A Musical' with Julie Brown, Drew Droege, Sam Pancake, Craig Taggart, Chris Pudlo, Jaci Pund, Cole Gerdes, Natalie Lander, Beth Crosby and Marsian De Lellis

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Julie Brown's "The Homecoming Queen's Got a Musical" is a totally, brand new 80's musical! Something's not right at Betty Ford High, people are starting to drop dead, but no one has time for that because there a new a Homecoming Queen to crown! Like for sure! Join Julie Brown, as Julie Brown and her best friend Debbie Dickey (Drew Droege) as they count down the minutes and the student bodies, until Homecoming! The cast also includes Sam Pancake, Natalie Lander, Chris Pudlo, Craig Taggert, Jaci Pund, Beth Crosby, Cole Gerdes, and Marsian De Lillis.

It's written by Julie Brown and Kurt Koehler, and directed by Kurt Koehler (Chico's Angels & Legend of Billie Jean). Co-presented by Rooftop Comedy and New Wave City $25 All Ages

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Beth Crosby

Beth Crosby is a Los Angeles based actor/writer, Groundlings Sunday Company Alum, and Carnegie Mellon University school of Drama graduate. Television credits include "Episodes" (Showtime), "New Girl," "Bones" (FOX), "Trophy Wife," "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" (ABC), "2 Broke Girls" (CBS), "Jonas LA" (series regular as "Aunt Lisa"), "Zeke and Luther" (Disney), "Jennifer Falls" (TV Land), "Parental Discretion" (Nickelodeon), "The League" (FX) and LOGO's... Read More →
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Chris Pudlo

Chris Pudlo hails from the 'burbs of Detroit, Michigan. He moved to Los Angeles as a young pup in 2001 to pursue his eccentric acting career. His first gig was playing “Frankenfurter” in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at The Nuart Theater’s midnight screenings. In 2006 he appeared in “Southern Baptist Sissies” and “Sordid Lives: It’s a Drag.” Both of these shows then went on a... Read More →
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Cole Gerdes

Cole Gerdes has done exactly one musical in his life, and it's "Homecoming Queen's Got a Musical." However, he does enjoy playing wacky characters through his work at Groundlings and his web series, "Model Idiots." He moonlights as a professional model (hence his awesome abs) and studied music business at Belmont University (hence his somewhat acceptable voice). He's excited to be performing again with the incredible cast at SKETCHFEST!
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Craig Taggart

Craig Taggart was voted “Most Talented” and “Best Disposition” by his High School Senior Class of Nineteen Nevermind, and poetically, THIS band of Thespians is the most talented, the nicest, and the classiest he has ever been a part of. Casita Del Campo audiences will remember Craig from his starring roles in multiple installments of "Hollywood-uh, Could-uh, Should-uh!" and as The Divine Miss M. (Bette Midler) in "Rise... Read More →
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Drew Droege

Drew Droege is best known for his online videos impersonating Chloe Sevigny, which have been featured in New York Times, NY Post, Entertainment Weekly, The Advocate, and Huffington Post. His podcast, Glitter In The Garbage, was deemed "lowbrow and brilliant" in New York magazine's Approval Matrix. He's an Outfest award winner, one of OUT magazine's Out 100, and named one of LA's Top Comedy Acts to Watch by LA Weekly. He performs improv/sketch/wig... Read More →
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Jaci Pund

When Jaci isn't popping zits, getting her period, or tap dancing in a tutu in a Kurt Koehler production at the Cavern Club, she's making the most of every opportunity to do stand-up comedy around town. You may recognize her from her recent co-star on ABC's "The Middle"... but more than likely she'll just remind you of somebody you went to high school with.  Seriously, you know you were thinking it.
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Julie Brown

Julie Brown started her career at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco and was soon performing in nightclubs where she was spotted by Lily Tomlin and given her first role (and SAG card) in “Incredible Shrinking Woman.” Julie then moved to LA where she was a regular in Evening at the Improv and was soon doing frequent guest appearances on television, when she decided to add “singer” to her resume. She released... Read More →
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Marsian De Lellis

Marsian De Lellis is an interdisciplinary visual and performance artist whose shows, "Growing Up Linda" and "Bride Of Wildenstein – The Musical" have traveled throughout the United States, Canada, and Scotland. De Lellis’ latest solo puppet production, "Object Of Her Affection," centered on a woman who desires intimate relations with inanimate objects and her search for love that is just beyond her reach, was recently workshopped at... Read More →
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Natalie Lander

Natalie Lander has recently started filming her fourth season of ABC’s "The Middle," where she plays Debbie the condescendingly sweet head cheerleader. Other Television and film credits include "Touch" (FOX), "Castle" (ABC), "Hannah Montana" (DISNEY), "Material Girls" (MGM), "Aim High" (WARNER BROS) and MTV’s “Legally Blonde The Search for Elle Wood.” In addition to live action, Natalie has voiced video games and... Read More →
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Sam Pancake

SAM PANCAKE is an actor, improviser, and comedian who hails from Romney, WV. He is known for numerous high-profile recurring and guest-starring television roles on many popular series, including (from most recent ) "Cougartown," "Hit The Floor", "Growing Up Fisher," Disney's "Jessie," "Parenthood," "S#!% My Dad Says," "Pushing Daisies," "Svetlana," "'TIl Death," "Curb Your Enthusiasm" "Unscripted" with George Clooney, "Friends," "Arrested... Read More →

Saturday January 24, 2015 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Brava Theater Center 2781 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

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