‘Queen of Consciousness Comedy’ returns to Grass Valley
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WHO: The Center for the Arts DISCOVER SERIES and Synthetic Unlimited presents
WHAT: Katie Rubin’s “ D!#K so Big” – An Evening of Stand-up Comedy
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 18, 8 p.m.
WHERE: Off Center Stage at The Center for the Arts, 315 Richardson St., Grass Valley
TICKETS: $20 members, $22 non-member
The Center Box Office - 530-274-8384 ext 14
BriarPatch Co-op Community Market - 530-272-5333
Tickets online at http://www.thecenterforthearts.org
The Center for the Arts Discover Series brings comedian Katie Rubin — the Queen of Consciousness Comedy — back to the Off Center Stage on Saturday, Oct. 18 with her newest show “D!#K So Big.”
Rubin looks deep at serious topics through a nimble, dark and hilarious lens.
Her stand-up shows poke fun at spirituality, spiritual people, personal growth paradigms, dating, and general “being a person stuff.”
“D!#K So Big” asks the questions: “What is spirituality?” And “why are those of us who practice it so very annoying?”
Katie began her career as a Solo Show Performer at The Sacramento Theater Company with “Insides OUT!” which toured for 10 years. Since then, Katie has written three more solo pieces. Her second solo show, “Amazing and Sage” was commissioned by Capital Stage in Sacramento, her third show “My Spiritual Death” toured for three years, and her fourth and current solo endeavor, “My Spiritual Death, a Comedy!” is currently touring after a successful 6-month run at various spaces in Los Angeles.
In addition to performing and writing original material, Ms. Rubin also works as a stage, screen, and voiceover actress, and spiritual healer. Most recently, she played the lead role in a National Bank commercial in Los Angeles, and voiced seven different characters on Insomniac Games’ latest video game release, “Sunset Overdrive.”
Locally, she has recently played lead roles in Capital Stage’s production of “In The Next Room or The Vibrator Play,” The B Street Theater’s production of “Rabbit Hole, and Wit,” The Sacramento Theater Company’s “A Christmas Carol,” and Foothill Theater’s production of “Urinetown.”
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