Friday, April 08, 2005 Oklahoma City

Monolog Cabin: Check out the new faces and new jokes in the fifth edition of Tucson's own domestic comedy group Monolog Cabin, premiering at 7 p.m. tomorrow and Saturday in Club Congress at the Hotel Congress, 311 E. Congress St. For a taste of what real life is really about, not what it looks like in the movies, the writer/performers of Monolog Cabin tell it like it is. Or at least how it happened to them.

Making their MC debut are two performers, one with actual professional experience. Nick Adams (above) has worked as a comedy writer for both the Oxygen Network and Black Entertainment Television and as a stand-up comic, appearing at the Improv in Hollywood and at San Francisco's Punchline. Adams will be describing some of his experiences dating white women.

Sean Murphy is the other new face, dipping into the deep well of nostalgia for his story of being in a group of 13-year-olds who dress up as the rock band KISS for Halloween. But the real audience these kids want to impress is the college women who live in the house across the street.

Returning with new material drawn from their own lives are Charlotte Lowe-Bailey, her daughter Faitha, Sara Regezi and Steve Barancik. Admission is $5 at the door. For details, call the Hotel Congress at 798-1618.


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