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“Writing Funny” Reunion—Comedy Showcase

I’ll be reading a NEW story called “Moose Encounter” at a reunion of the comedy writing class I took at Berkeley Rep.

Everyone enjoys a good laugh.
What’s even better is creating that laugh!
Join us as students of Arje Shaw’s “Writing Funny” workshop at Berkeley Rep Theater School and Osher Life Learning Institute (OLLI) read excerpts of their work.
Come for a great evening of fun and laughter.
BYOB will make it funnier!Wednesday January 17th — 7:30 pm
The Monkey House
1638 University Avenue, Berkeley
Sliding scale $10-20

Space is limited. RSVP ASAP to

More info on the show at 

Arje Shaw is best known for his play The Gathering, produced on Broadway in 2001 starring Hal Linden, following the Off–Broadway production starring Theodore Bikel and Jesse Eisenberg.  His first play, A Catered Affair, was produced Off–Broadway in 1994 at the Madison Avenue Playhouse. Magic Hands Freddy, featuring Michael Rispoli and Ralph Maccio was produced at the Soho Playhouse in in 2004. His debut novel The Fix was published in 2011 and his latest play, Moolah is scheduled to open Off–Broadway in 2018. Mr. Shaw teaches comedy writing at The Berkeley Rep Theater School, and Osher Life Learning Institute.

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