Okay, so April showers bring May flowers, another friggin' Mercury retrograde, and the impending apocalypse, probably. But April showers ALSO bring a ton of Comedy Coven shows in weird and intriguing formats that we can't wait to tell you about! Let's get chronological, shall we?
- On Saturday, April 8, we'll be riffing on one of our favorite movies ever, The Craft, as part of the Destroy All Cinema! event at the Capital City Film Festival. Join us as we laugh, drink beer, and play the verbal equivalent of "light as a feather stiff as a board" (whatever that may be). And don't forget to check out the other movies and events at the fest! You can buy tickets to Destroy All Cinema! here, or just get yourself a pass for the whole shebang right here.
- Then, on Wednesday, April 12, we'll be reprising our Confidence and Comedy workshop as part of Lansing/MSU Take Back the Night 2017. We're excited to be part of such an important event combating sexual and domestic violence in our community. You can learn more about Take Back the Night and the other activities offered during this all-day event here.
- Friday, April 14 will bring the twenty-sixth edition of our sketch and standup comedy showcase. Comedy Coven XXVI: Bits and Baubles will be a hodgepodge of one-off sketches you haven't seen from us before, and we can't wait to share it with you. Stay tuned for tickets and information!
- After that, we get a whole dang week of rest (yeah, right) before performing as part of StoopFest 2017, an all-day event composed of music, comedy, and workshops on Lansing's Eastside. We performed stand-up individually as part of the inaugural StoopFest last year, and we can't wait to bring our special brand of sketch comedy and witchcraft to StoopFest's second coming. You can get your StoopFest tickets here, and follow StoopFest on Facebook as they announce more events and a full comedy lineup!
- We close out April on Sunday the 23rd with another installment in our Comedy Coven Presents series, this time featuring the hilarious Goodrich Gevaart. Goodrich is an LA-based comic who got his start in Chicago and has worked with the likes of Kumail Nanjiani, Kyle Kinane, Chris Gethard, Rhea Butcher and Kurt Braunohler. Keep following Comedy Coven for more info on how to get tickets to this event you don't want to miss!
Happy April, and be sure to S these D's (Save these Dates, obviously) so that this month's upcoming Mercury retrograde doesn't leave you bereft, alone, and ticketless. See you soon!