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Persian Girls Night Out Comedy Show-Red Carpet-After Party at UCLA

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WESTWOOD, Calif. - May 25, 2019 - EntSun -- Minority Reportz Presents Persian Girls Night Out!

In this time of divisiveness in the world, Minority Reportz Comedy Show presents leading diverse, LA-based, Persian female comedians to connect our community through the funny!

On June 19th, Minority Reportz debuts Persian Girls Night Out Comedy Show, Red Carpet and After Party event in the heart of Westwood aka Tehrangeles at James Bridges Theater-UCLA to showcase laughter through diversity from some of LA's leading Persian female comedians. Presented by Mona Shaikh (Tru TV's LaffMobb, The Young Turks), and hosted by Tehran Von Ghasri (Laugh Factory), the show highlights comedic, multi-cultural points of view by Ariana Basseri (BookSmart), Ariel Kashanchi (Funny You Should Ask), Kat Dekari (Second City), Sarah Fatemi (RoastBattle Comedy Store) and Mona Mira (Scandal, Brooklyn Nine-Nine).

WHO: Ariana Basseri, Mona Mira, Mona Shaikh, Tehran Von Ghasri, Sarah Fatemi, Kat Dekari

WHAT: Persian Girls Night Out Comedy Show, Red Carpet and After Party

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WHEN: June 19th, 8pm (doors open at 6pm)

WHERE: James Bridges Theater at UCLA, 235 Charles E Young Drive West, Westwood, CA 90095

WHY: Because Minority is the new Majority!


We are the best and most diverse f****** Stand-Up Comedy Show in the country!

Some of our past comedians have been Nikki Glaser, Tiffany Haddish, Trae Crowder, Raj Sharma, Finesse Mitchell, Iliza Schlesinger, Mike Yard, Dustin Ybarra to name a few. We not only give a platform to diverse established comedians but also to up and comer's who wouldn't get to perform in a major comedy club. We make it happen for them!


Named in honor of film director James Bridges (The China Syndrome, 1979), the theater is one of the outstanding screening venues in Southern California, due to the generous support of the filmmaker's partner, actor Jack Larson and the Bridges/Larson Foundation.

The 278-seat theater was completely renovated in 2003 with a state of the art sound system and is one of the few theaters in the U.S. that can accommodate both nitrate and safety film stock in 16mm, 35mm and 70mm, as well as a variety of video formats, including the latest in 4K digital projection.

Mona Shaikh

Source: Minority Reportz.com
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