Not Quite Good Enough


Comedy writer and performer Jon Friedman created the Rejection Show in order to showcase material by famous and not-so-famous comedians, writers, and artists that, for whatever reason, did not make the cut. Often the rejected work itself is plenty entertaining, but the hilarious stories behind the personal and professional “failures” are  what makes the show so special. This week, Littlefield hosts comedy VIPs Julie Klausner, Patrick Borelli, and Tom Shillue, as well as video from the Found Footage Festival, which compiles videos retrieved from garage sales, thrift stores, and dumpsters around the country.  Tickets are $8 and the show begins at 8pm.

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