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Capital City Culture Club
Capital City Culture Club

Sat, Feb 04



Capital City Culture Club

True stories of local legend April Storm Perry brought to life through improv!

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Time & Location

Feb 04, 2023, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST

ComedyWorx, 3801 Hillsborough St, Raleigh, NC 27607, USA Ste. 123

About the event


A one-of-a-kind show that combines storytelling with improv. We invite local celebrities to tell true stories about their lives, careers, families, and so much more. Then our cast takes details from those stories as inspiration for scenes. It’s the perfect combination of truth, heart, and a little mischief.

For even more funny and mischief, stay for the 10pm show - you can buy half-price tickets at the box office!

Rated PG-13

Doors open at 7:30pm

RSVP tickets will be held until 7:45pm

Show starts at 8:00pm

About our Guest Monologist

April Storm Perry is a professional actress, model, comedian, singer, and fitness professional from New York City. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication Studies from UNC Chapel Hill and has studied acting, comedy, and improv at the Barrow Group, Larry Singer Studios, Penny Templeton Studios, and the PIT in New York City, as well as the prestigious The Bristol Old Vic Theater School in England. She was a principal model in Bobbi Brown Cosmetics’ Pretty Powerful Campaign, has co-starred on NBC’s 30 Rock and TBS's "Are We There Yet?", has appeared in numerous national television commercials, and has held lead roles in various theater productions in New York City and North Carolina. Her role as Dorothy “The Wizard of Oz" at Sing Sing Correctional Facility with Rehabilitation Through the Arts inspired her to teach acting to incarcerated adults and youth in New York City. In 2015 she began working as a teaching artist with Drama Club NYC and later served as a Program Coordinator for the Young Women’s Initiative at Rikers Island where she helped lead classes in improvisation, storytelling, and co-directed the “Pivotal Rights” project at the Rose M. Singer Center, which was featured on NPR’s “The Takeaway.” As an improvisation and storytelling facilitator, she most recently completed the first Pilot Prison Project with See Sew Applied Theater Projects at Wake County Correctional Facility. She has also worked as a teaching artist and assistant director with NC Theatre Conservatory and Raleigh Little Theater. She is currently the lead actress and coordinating nutrition and education director of “MY PLATE! The Food Guide Musical" which was supported by Michelle Obama's "Let's Move" campaign. She is also a former co-host and teacher with Punch Up NC’s monthly open mic and comedy writing workshop. As a professional improviser she was a member of DMXX, the first all-female hip hop improv group in NYC, and a former member of Tooth Fairy Conspiracy, an international improv troupe in affiliation with Queen City Comedy. As a comedian she has performed on some of NYC’s biggest stages like New York Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, and Gotham Comedy Club. As a 2021 recipient of the Saturday Night Live Diversity Scholarship, she has trained extensively in Improvisation, Writing, and Characters with the PIT, NYC. She just returned from the UK after completing a master’s degree in Screen Acting from The Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and when not auditioning is preparing her upcoming woman show "April Storm Perry, Accept or Decline" for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this August.


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