It's no joke - Shorecrest Comedy Night is jam-packed with laughs

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Brad Upton performs at the
April Fool's Comedy Night
The April Fool's Shorecrest Comedy Night is actually a whole night of jokes, jam-packed with side-splitting laughs and an all-star lineup of five top professional comedians.

Perfectly timed with April 1 high-jinks and hilarity, the 7 p.m. event at Shoreline Center Auditorium will showcase five big laugh-makers:

Brad Upton, past winner of the Las Vegas Comedy Festival and HBO Comedy Festival entertainer, and Shorecrest dad and track coach. Upton has been praised "for mastering the nearly impossible task of appealing to people from ages 18 to 80."

Vince Valenzuela, aka "The Verbal Vigilante" who has launched his own personal vendetta against the "gooberization" of America in "The Religion of NASCAR." Valenzuela's dad taught at Shorecrest High School for 30 years.

Duane Goad, who tours with Jim Gaffigan, and is known in local circles as a Seattle International Comedy Competition finalist and regular at the Las Vegas and Vancouver comedy festivals, and Bumbershoot Arts Festival.

Joe Vespaziani, past winner of the Seattle Comedy Club competition, with a conversational style that endears him to audiences across the United States and Canada as a "stand-up storyteller."

David Crowe, with past appearances on Showtime, CBS and Comedy Central, and a long list of stories about growing up in Seattle - flannel diapers and all.

Tickets are $10 and can be purchased from a Shorecrest track and field athlete, or by email.  For a $2 handling fee, tickets are also available online. Tickets purchased via Pay Pal on the website will be available at Will Call on April 1.

All proceeds benefit Shorecrest Spree, an annual safe and substance-free post-commencement event honoring 2012 graduates, and the Shorecrest Track and Field program.

For details, call 206-930-3416.

Shoreline Center Auditorium is at 18560 First Ave NE at the north end of the campus.


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