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Saturday, January 31 • 10:30pm - 11:45pm
The Groundlings: The Black Version with Jordan Black, Daniele Gaither, Phil LaMarr, Karen Maruyama, Gary Anthony Williams and Cedric Yarbrough (SOLD OUT)

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An all African-American cast of seasoned improv specialists from the world-famous troupe The Groundlings asks the audience to suggest a popular film title and then performs the "black version" of that movie. And with experienced and talented performers like Cedric Yarbrough, Gary Anthony Williams, Daniele Gaither, Phil LaMarr and creator Jordan Black in on the fun, audiences are sure to see off-the-cuff comedy at its best. The cast's stellar credits range from "Saturday Night Live" and "Mad TV" to "The Boondocks" and "Reno 911!" $25 All Ages

Performers
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Cedric Yarbrough

Cedric Yarbrough's television credits include Comedy Central's hit "Reno 911!", Adult Swim's Peabody award winning "The Boondocks" & guest appearances on "Curb Your Enthusiasm", "Key & Peele" & "Comedy Bang Bang". Some of his film credits include "The 40 Year Old Virgin", "Get Smart", "Four Christmases" & "Black Dynamite. Cedric is currently recurring on 3 televisions shows, "The Goldbergs", "Rake" & "The Soul Man".
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Daniele Gaither

Daniele Gaither is widely recognized (primarily by young Mexican-American men, sailors and prison inmates) for her work on "MADtv" (Fox). She starred in half-hour prime time series "The Rerun Show" (NBC) and prime time sketch comedy show "Hype" (WB). Daniele grew up mostly in Minnesota, majored in Performance Studies at Northwestern University and is an alumna of Groundlings Main Company. Right now you can catch her on stage at the Groundlings in... Read More →
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Gary Anthony Williams

Gary recently appeared in the films "The Internship" with Vince Vaughn and "The Factory" along with John Cusack. You can catch him in new episodes of "Whose Line is it Anyway,""Mike and Molly" and "Baby Daddy." He has recurred on "The Soul Man," "Raising Hope," "Malcolm in the Middle," and "Weeds." He was a series regular on "Boston Legal" as well as "Blue Collar Comedy." Film work includes "Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle," "Undercover... Read More →
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Jordan Black

Jordan Black is a former writer for "Saturday Night Live," the creator of The Black Version and an alum of the Groundlings Improv Theater. He has been a series regular on several shows including "Punk'd" and "Halfway Home" on Comedy Central. His voice has been heard on "South Park" and "The Cleveland Show" and he’s been seen and heard on "Arrested Development," "Family Tree," "Community," "Key & Peele," "2 Broke Girls," "How I Met... Read More →
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Karen Maruyama

Karen Maruyama is an alumna of the Groundlings theater in Los Angeles. Her recent television credits include “Arrested Development,” “Two Broke Girls,” “Shameless,” and “The Neighbors.” She was also in the film “The Campaign” as the wise acre maid. In addition to directing the Black Version, Karen directs shows at the Groundlings and is a member of the directing faculty at the American... Read More →
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Phil LaMarr

A Los Angeles native, Phil is an alumnus of Yale University and The Groundlings where he worked alongside such comedic stars as Jennifer Coolidge, Kathy Griffin and Will Ferrell. Phil is best known as one of the original cast members of "Mad TV" and as "Marvin" in "Pulp Fiction." | | In addition to appearances in films like "Step Brothers," "Free Enterprise" and "Real Steel," and TV shows such as "NYPD Blue," “Curb Your... Read More →



Saturday January 31, 2015 10:30pm - 11:45pm
Eureka Theatre 215 Jackson Street, San Francisco, CA 94111