This Summer, the Act II Playhouse in Ambler has two comedies on the schedule sure to tickle your funny bone.
From July 5th through July 16th its The New and Improved Stage of Grief, written and starring Mary Carpenter. From the Act II Playhouse:
A hilarious ride on the roller coaster of grief. From condolence cards to funeral fashion and beyond, Mary Carpenter (1812 Production, ComedySportz) guides you through the often perilous, always surprising and laugh-out-loud funny path from woe to wonder.
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The other comedy on the docket for the Summer is Didn’t Your Father Have This Talk With You, written and starring Tony Braithwaite. This show runs from July 19th through July 30th. From the Act II Playhouse:
THE SMASH HIT RETURNS TO AMBLER! Hilarious and heartfelt stories from Tony’s 12 years teaching Theology and Sex Ed to high school freshmen. Didn’t Your Father Have This Talk with You? includes storytelling, stand-up comedy, personal testimonies, one-liners, improvisation, audience interaction … and even rap music!
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