Location: City Limits Bar and Banquet (formerly Bil-Mar) - 3627 County Road CR - Manitowoc, WI 54220
Event Description: Dear in the Headlights is the best collection of women talent in the Midwest region. The evening will offer three very different shows. It opens with a solo show, followed by sketch comedy and rounding out with stand-up. Seven female performers will make this the most sought after comedy event of the year.
The mission is to be the ultimate women comedy venue of the year in Northeast Wisconsin. Our first year will feature the showcase, offering laughs all night long. Next year, the goal will be to provide workshops that share humor as an outlet for a better, healthier life.
Oh and the Jaycees are coordinating a canned food drive. Plan on bringing gobs of goodies for those in need! There will be prizes – so grab lots of non-perishables.
7 PM - "I'm Different, Not Dumb" - Ali Clayton, Chicago solo show
8PM - LN & Friends Ellen Peronto, Lisa Handl Novachek, Claran La Violette, Kathy Kowalski and Corrie Skubal Sketch comedy
9PM - Stand up hour - Liysa Croll Callsen and Kristen
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