"The Nigerian Spam Scam Scam" Comes to K&L
"Screamingly funny..." "...like Larry David on happy dust." -- Los Angeles Times
"An absolutely brilliant show... a masterclass in comedy writing." -- The Stage Online
"It's a great show. It's a smart show. It's a skillful show. It's an important show. It's a fall on your ass funny show." -- Penn Jillette
"...twisted comic super-genius, part Wile E. Coyote, part Paul Lynde..." -- Eric Stoltz
"...this is funny stuff..." -- Recommended by The L.A. Weekly
"As hysterical as it is absurd." -- The Scotsman
In our first-ever live theater event, we bring you the hilarious two man show "The Nigerian Spam Scam Scam" featuring actor Dean Cameron of Summer School and Ski School fame and Victor Isaac, based off a real life series of emails between Dean and the would-be scammer played by Isaac. Having performed this show all over the U.S. and in the UK over the last decade, this presentation marks the first time it's been performed in Redwood City (and in a restaurant)! Starting at 7 PM we'll be serving cocktails on the back patio, food from Donato's kitchen, and hosting a meet and greet with Dean before the show. At around 8 PM we'll head into the private room for the performance. The ticket covers your drinks, food, and the show. All tickets are non-refundable, so please check your schedule before committing. There are no paper tickets for this event, your name will be placed on a guest list. Donato is in Redwood City at 1041 Middlefield Road. Please come to the back door patio for the event, rather than enter through the dining room. Only 50 seats available for this private event, so check your calendar ASAP!
I'm planning on doing some pre-batched Negroni and Manhattan cocktails in giant jugs for the show. Donato's will of course be bringing out their classic Italian appetizers and snacks. This will not be a formal dinner event, so if you're someone who needs a big meal, I'd grab a bite before you arrive. We'll be seated theater style inside the dining room, so there will not be any eating or service during the play. If you have any additional questions or inquiries, send me an email! I hope to see you there! (FYI- I'm going to sell about fifteen tickets to my friends by the end of the day, so that really only leaves 35 spots!).
And also....if you're wondering why there's a giant cat up there, I'll advise you again: DO NOT RESEARCH THE PLAY. THE LESS YOU KNOW GOING IN, THE FUNNIER IT IS.