From sign language choirs to an anti-war play, the Daily Forty-Niner wraps up the next 72 hours in Long Beach.
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Improv ventures into Sketch comedy at Long Beach Play House’s annual sketch show
The crowd filled the Long Beach PlayHouse as the audience anticipated lots of laughter and diverse storytelling in the dimly lit room at the preview of “Sketches 11” Thursday night. The show was put on by Held2Gether, Improv for Life, a Long Beach-based comedy school, which was created to “bring[Read More…]
Thursday Night Live with the Long Beach Sketch Show
Everybody needs a good laugh once in a while. Put on by Held2gether and the Long Beach Playhouse, this year’s Long Beach Sketch Show will feature 11 main comedy sketches, and, for the first time ever, many silent sketches as traditions between main scene changes. “There’s a little bit of[Read More…]
Long Beach Playhouse brings in new talent and original work
During the weekends, Agnes Arnold teaches a children’s choir. On weekdays she wakes up, takes care of her three children and eats dinner with her family. After that, she drives to a small building in downtown Long Beach, takes the stage and acts out a variety of characters: a woman[Read More…]