Monday, October 7, 2013

Free Improv Comedy Show at Plush Tonight

The Switch is like 'Who's Line is it Anyway,' but full of drunk comedians.

Posted By on Mon, Oct 7, 2013 at 2:30 PM

Tonight Jacob Breckenridge and Pauly Casillas are hosting their free monthly comedy show The Switch at Plush Tucson, 340 E. Sixth St. Doors open at 9 p.m.
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This isn't your regular comedy show because the comedians can't perform their regular material. Pauly and Jacob throw up topics on a screen and the comedian has to make a joke on the spot. The audience (no matter how bad) is encouraged to text topics. I have performed in this show before and it's refreshing to have to come up with material on the spot and not perform my regular material. All the comedians that are scheduled to perform are all stellar comedians (some tend to stretch their time but I won't say names) and there's drink special for Sleepy Dog Leg Humper.

I'm glad Plush is reopening (damn you PBJ) after a weekend hiatus because of a complication with the establishment's liquor licence renewal. Tucson needs Plush. Where else am I going to catch Paul Jenkins cover Mariah Carey?


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