Comedy in Delaware has been “played out” according to some, but has it really? If you ask Misty Sabean (known by her stage name as Misty Tyson), she plans to see for herself. Misty, a stand-up comedian and designer is bringing laughs to TheathreN along with some other class acts on March 20th in her live show “Comicalness”.

 

While the event fell through last year, that didn’t deter Misty. Before moving to Delaware, she was an actress she moved to LA. During her time out there, she found success after her first stand up routine flopped.

 

“Comicalness,” she said, “is the state of being funny. It’s speaking truth through comedy. I’m producing the show, emceeing, getting comics together, including New York comic Stephen McLonghair.”

 

The rest of the line up isn’t available yet but check back here to see it soon.

 

The show is part of the Mill’s expanding efforts to provide community events that feature various local artist. Interested in attending? Get your tickets here.

Summarised from the article The Mill challenges the idea that standup is ‘played out’ in Delaware from Technical.ly.

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