Count Gregula's Crypt has acquired the privilege of being dismembers of a live audience to review one of the unique staged performances of I’ve Got a Life in Kalamazoo at the MBC in Chicago! This event sounds Fang-tastic!
(RELEASE) Multiple Emmy® and Golden Globe winner Ed Asner and Emmy and Golden Globe Nominee Marion Ross (Happy Days, Brothers & Sisters, Gilmore Girls), join an award-winning cast for a limited-time performance of a new sitcom, I’ve Got a Life in Kalamazoo, produced by the Emmy award-winning team of Teresa L. Thome and Patrick W. Ziegler of Fubble Entertainment, LLC. The performances take place at the Museum of Broadcast Communications (MBC) April 13 and 14, and will be filmed in front of a live audience, which will be used to pitch the show to network executives. Audience members will be given the opportunity to provide feedback.
This entertaining, one-of-a-kind event, in partnership with Chicago’s MBC, also features an award-winning cast led by triple-threat performer Vicki Lewis (News Radio, Broadway/Chicago, Finding Nemo), Tony Award® winner Gregory Jbara (Billy Elliot, Blue Bloods) and two-time Emmy winner Patrick W. Ziegler. Danny Salles (Joan & Melissa: Joan Knows Best?, Kathy Griffin’s My Life on the D-List) will direct. Two-time Emmy winner Teresa L. Thome will narrate. Described as Everybody Loves Raymond meets Will & Grace, I’ve Got A Life in Kalamazoo is based on Thome’s one-woman show, Warm Cheese.
The readings will take place at the MBC at 360 N. State Street in Chicago on Saturday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m. (CST) and Sunday, April 14 at 2:00 p.m. (CST). Tickets, on sale now at www.LifeInKzoo.com, range in price from $22 to $155, including VIP options to meet and dine with the cast. Proceeds will benefit the MBC. Additional partners include Me-TV, WCIU, The U and Sol Design, with support from Bryan Cave, LLP.