Kickstand Comedy, the folks behind Comedy in the Park at Laurelhurst Park, present Broke Gravy and Friends, a one-night-only throwdown from Portland’s dopest improv team Saturday, September 10, 8 pm at Clinton St. Theater. Chris, Leon and Eric (the Broke Gravy boys) are ready to send off the summer in style with a little help from their friends Flynne Olivarez, Mary C. Parker and Monica Daily.
The amazing storytellers will step on stage and do their thing, using their stories as inspiration for improv comedy. The show is guaranteed to be something you’ve never seen before and will never see again. Plus a portion of every ticket will go towards Kickstand Comedy’s BIPOC Improv Program.
Broke Gravy uses improv comedy, storytelling and podcasting to discover truth between the blurry lines of the daily grind. As three Black Americans, they utilize their unique voices to spark thoughtful conversations on and off comedy stages. Through a candid dialogue, they exchange their experiences with those of their audiences–exploring deeper perspectives on comedy, relationships and humanity. They’re also funny AF.
Presale tickets are available at bit.ly/BrokeGravy for $15 or $20 at the door. Doors open at 7:30 pm.