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Thursday, June 21, 2012

Brian Posehn heads to Orlando Improv

Posted By on Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 9:00 AM

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Thursday-Saturday, June 21-23 – Brian Posehn

various showtimes

through June 23

Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre

9101 International Drive, Suite 2310

407-480-5233

theimprovorlando.com

$17-$20

He isn’t the type of comedian who relishes the spotlight. Brian Posehn’s that special brand of comic who appears entirely human and down to earth while standing on the big stage. He’s toured with the big-wig comics like Patton Oswalt and Zach Galifianakis, and holds enough talent to top both when he hits a good set. He’s appeared on The Sarah Silverman Program in which Posehn stole many of his scenes with the titular female comedian. His paradoxical self-deprecation and ultra-nerdy pride works so well that, at times, he will have you laughing harder than Jabba. You know, when he sent Luke down to the rancor? If you get the reference (or are now insatiably curious) make your way to the Improv tonight for an evening well spent with this exceptionally funny, geek of a comedian. – Marcus Griggs

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