The monthly “10 by 10 Variety Night” extravaganza rolls out at The MAIN Theater in Old Town Newhall on Thursday, March 1, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The free night of entertainment is part of the Thursdays@Newhall events.
Thursday night’s lineup features:
Comedy from Mitchell Phillips
Mitchell is a Southern Californian comedian that has graced the stage of many comedy clubs in the Los Angeles area. You are sure to enjoy his outlook on life and other things!
Storytelling with Sharon Houston
Sharon is a comedian, actress and producer who has appeared on MTV, Comedy Central, and VH1. She is the go-to girl for hidden camera shows such as MTV’s “Punk’d.”
Music by Robert Matter
Singer and songwriter, Robert Matter creates witty songs that are playful and entertaining. Robert’s first performance for the city was at the 2012 Earth Arbor Day Festival.
Magic from Glenndalf
Glenndalf is a professional magician performing magic in the greater Los Angeles area and surrounding areas. He originally moved from Tallahassee Florida to enroll in the prestigious School of manual dexterity and prestidigitation Chavez studio of Magic.
Storytelling with Judith Shelton
Judith has performed at The Improv, The Laugh Factory, Upright Citizens Brigade, Second City, and The Comedy Central Stage. She is currently a faculty member at USC, teaching stand-up comedy.
Film: “Aileron,” written and directed by AJ Wedding
A tough, female co-pilot fights to prevent a passenger jet from crashing after the mysterious death of the captain. A knock on the cockpit door brings further complications.
Storytelling with Andrew Solmssen
Andrew has been seen on Comedy Central, FuseTV, and is a Moth StorySLAM winner. Andrew lives in L. A., where he spends his days making computers work and his nights hearing and telling stories.
Music from The New Mexican
This one-man country blues band will make you feel like you’re walking after midnight with secrets in a flask. The New Mexican plays drums, guitar, banjo, harmonica and sings for this one-man band.
Storytelling from Buck Ball
As a southern rascal and storyteller, Buck has either seen it or been it. Children learn from his mistakes. Adults, laugh at his faults.
Comedy with Glenn Bolton
Glenn performs regularly at venues around Southern California, and has been showcased at “The World Series of Comedy in Las Vegas.”
The MAIN is located at 24266 Main Street, Newhall 91321.
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