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  Groundlings Mix Tape at The Groundlings Theatre

Groundlings Mix Tape

The Groundlings Theatre
7307 Melrose Avenue Los Angeles

Every once in a blue moon a “Best of Sketch” show comes to town to delight audiences with its wild characters and only-seen-once-before sketch comedy genius. Come see what the brilliant cast of Groundlings and alumni unearth for this special four-week run when Groundlings Mix Tape comes to The Groundlings Theatre next month. Directed by Groundlings Michael Churven and Chris Eckert, Groundlings Mix Tape will feature a rotating cast of Groundlings and alumni, so no performance will be the same!

Thru - Feb 1, 2020

Fridays: 7:30pm
Saturdays: 7:30pm & 9:30pm



Price: $18-$25

Show Type: Improv/Skits

Box Office: 323-934-4747

www.groundlings.com



  Groundlings Mix Tape Reviews
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Broadway World - Highly Recommended

"...A frequently consistent scene-stealer on The Groundlings stage, Michael Churven takes the directorial reins offstage to deftly guide his amazingly funny cast of six (Samantha DeSurra, Chris Guerra, Ariane Price, Mary Scheer, Annie Sertich and Alex Staggs) to an evening of hilarity in GROUNDLINGS MIX TAPE. In a limited four-week run of Fridays and Saturday nights, GROUNDLINGS MIX TAPE features a Best of Sketch selection from past shows with a rotating cast. As in The Groundlings tradition, the writer of a particular sketch usually takes the lead, while the others give their all in support, in true ensemble form."
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Gil Kaan


Stage and Cinema - Highly Recommended

"...This is also a great introduction to those who [still] have yet to attend this L.A. treasure. Just watching a Groundlings show should be a prerequisite for any actor; I have seen each of these performers, and they all demonstrate nuance, invention, authenticity and commitment to choice — even when portraying their creations as expansive caricatures."
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Frank Arthur



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