Primetime

Primetime Variety Show to raise money for refugees

The Primetime Variety Show & Open Mic returns to TheatreNOW on July 18th, this Wednesday night.

This monthly showcase features live music, stand-up comedy, poetry and more. The program is a blend between booked featured artists and open mic sign-ups.  All artists are welcome to sign-up and perform. This month’s featured artists include.

Sarah Rodriguez

Sarah Rodriguez, Hula Hooper Extraordinaire. It’s pretty friggin’ awesome.

 

 

 

Mat Millner

Mat Millner, Stand-up comic and bandit with a heart of gold.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drew Harrison

 

Drew Harrison, Stand-up comic and inspiration behind the Academy Award-winning drama “Rookie of the Year”

 

 

 

 

 

The show is hosted by Wills Maxwell. Maxwell is best known for the comedy news segment “What Did We Miss?” and least known for feeding birds at the park while dressed as Uncle Drew. Open mic sign-up is at 7pm and the show begins at 8pm. This month we are splitting the proceeds from the door with Interfaith Refugee Ministry. Interfaith helps refugees settle and rebuild their lives in the Cape Fear region. It’s a $5 minimum donation to watch the show.

Late Fear

Watch the Final Episode of ‘Late Fear with Wills Maxwell’

On January 25th, 2018, Wilmington’s Late Night Talk Show celebrated the end of it run with some amazing guests. You can whole the whole episode above or watch the selected clips posted below. While this was the final show taped it won’t be the final one posted online. Keep an eye out for some retro Late Fear episodes coming soon!

My final monologue

John Wolfe caught us up on his sailing adventure to St. Thomas

Khalisa performed original poetry from her book

Alli Coleman’s stand-up killed

Phill Antonino told us about directing “The Weir” and played our news quiz game

Griffin Limerick and Michelle Collar ended the show with an original song

 

Thank you, Wilmington.