Tnm Date Night Comedy Special

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Tnm Date Night Comedy Special
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Tnm Date Night Comedy Special says
TNM proudly presents DATE NIGHT, a one-of-a-kind night of romantic comedy, specifically designed for couples, singles, and everyone in between. Enjoy three great shows and FREE CHAMPAGNE AND CHOCOLATES (while they last).

Folks can snag a Sweetie Pass for $40 online/$50 door that gets two guests into all 3 shows.
Single tickets available for each show @ $7 online/$10 door.

7:30pm - Do512 Presents: Part II (Competitive Movie Sequel Pitching)
The only thing better than a good sequel is a bad sequel. The first of its kind, Part II is a competition to write sequels to movies that don’t need it (which is arguably every sequel). This 3-round competition includes a prepared pitch, a pitch written on the spot by audience suggestion, and finally a surprise impromptu pitch, all culminating in a grand champion. This show is presented by Do512, the best place to find out what's happening in Austin. Hosted by Lisa Friedrich

9:00pm - Dating. com (Dating Show)
Dating, am I right? But seriously it's weird. And now there's apps and websites that we have to navigate is we want to stop being alone. It's a lot. BUT DON'T WORRY! We're here to help! Dating. com is the only dating show to dive into the abyss that is OkCupid and clear up some of the confusion of dating in 2016. Hosted by Megan "pretty good at dating" Simon. Special guests: Ariel Greenspoon, Kelsey Rodgers, and Katie Stone!

10:30pm - The Megaphone Show (Improv)
At each Megaphone Show, we invite a special guest/local celebrity/fun-person-about-town up on stage to share a few of their favorite true stories. A cast of TNM's finest improvisers use details & themes from those stories to inspire fast, smart improv comedy. Previous Megaphone monologists include: professional wrestler Colt Cabana, Clueless director Amy Heckerling, Kids in the Hall's Kevin McDonald, The Simpsons' Harry Shearer, porn stars Kleio Valentien & Miss Genocide, & hundreds more.
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By: The New Movement