The April Clark Show
October 13th, 2012
Doors @8pm Show @9pm
The April Clark Show is a jam-packed hour of adult situation and stand-up comedy, skits, interviews, and live music at the PAC3 in Carbondale. In this live stage show possibly rivaling fellow Hoosier David Letterman’s, comic/roving reporter April E. Clark sits down for an exclusive interview with recently crowned Mr. Carbondale, whips up naughty cocktails with Bonedale burlesque stars Bitch Puddin and Kitty La Crème, and hosts an all-star jam session with an all-female house band featuring members of The Starlettes and their special, surprise musical guests. So get a group of ladies, a bunch of dudes, a date, or a mail-order spouse to join you for an evening of hilarity and hijinx at 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13. Don’t miss this opportunity to laugh until you cry, cry until you laugh, and maybe even hug it out with the stranger sitting next to you. I’m sure he or she won’t mind. This is a night April Clark does not want you to miss.
$25 dinner/ticket package with Mi Casita included is: Dinner, house Margarita or beer and desert. Must purchase online and only available until Friday the 12th.
|April E. Clark always uses her middle initial to stand out in the sea of April Clarks in the world. She is a staunch supporter of controlling the April Clark population by giving love a bad name. April is a weekly newspaper columnist who has worked in the renewable energy and big pharma sectors — both hilarious — and is a trained gonzo journalist and stand-up comic skilled in updating Facebook as a full-time job. April has performed stand-up comedy in Denver at the famous Comedy Works, Aspen at the historic Wheeler Opera House, and Indianapolis at a bar for her 20th high school reunion. For the last two years, she has performed as a tap-dancing burlesque star in the “Viva La Woman!” show at PAC3 in Carbondale. April has starred at PAC3 as a plastic pistol-carrying cowgirl in the Supporting Women Artists Now “Laughing Matters” comedy revue in 2011. She has been rumored to sling jokes at Steve’s Guitars in Carbondale, The Bayou in Glenwood Springs, the Winchester in Rifle, random solar conferences, and in dark alleys where no one can see her face.|