The Nola Report (News Comedy) Special Guest: Wdsu's Scott Walker

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The New Movement - New Orleans says
The NOLA Report News Team has been striving for decades to provide quality improv reporting on the world’s hottest headlines. This monthly show takes newspaper articles, video reporting, live coverage and compelling witnesses to create an hour of improv that will help you stay informed on the most important topics.

Our special guest for this show is WDSU-TV anchor Scott Walker, whose stories of the news will provide fodder for our improvisers. Scott won an Emmy Award last year for his reporting on Steve Gleason and his battle with ALS, and he's covered everything from the BP oil spill to Super Bowl XLIV. He's also active on social media — visit his website at or chat with him on Twitter at @ScottWalker6.

Performing tonight with The NOLA Report will be Broadcast Delay!

Tickets: $5

This show is presented by talent from The New Movement, the nerve center of comedy in the Gulf South. TNM is a duo of bustling conservatories that train the best comedians in New Orleans and Austin, it’s an aggressive programming machine that held over 1200 shows across 50 cities in 2015, it’s an event production company that produces festivals, workshops, and tours like Hell Yes Festand the Air Sex Championships, and it’s a never-ending hustle to put the south on the comedy map. In New Orleans, arrive early for the show and grab a drink at our patio bar, Rosewood. In Austin, come early to chill in our downtown lobby lounge and meet the best comedians around. Register for our sketch & improv classes year-round at #WeLiveComedy


Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter your events?
Our New Orleans theater has a full-service bar in it, so anyone 18 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Our programming tends to be PG-13 & up, so keep that in mind.

What’s your refund policy?
If you buy an online ticket, you should arrive 30 min before the start of the show to guarantee getting a seat because we also sell tickets at the door and usually have a crowd waiting for no-show seats. If you don’t arrive at least 10 min before the show, your seats could be given out to people on our waiting list, and if that happens, you will not be entitled to a refund as we don’t offer refunds after the show has started.
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By: The New Movement - New Orleans

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