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      March 29, 2019

      Friday   8:00 PM

      108 Blue Star
      San Antonio, Texas 78204

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      Teachers Gone Bad: Almost Summer

      Mind Twist Comedy presents, Teachers Gone Bad: Almost Summer. Join us for a night of breakroom talk and faculty room complaints with host Irma Ruiz. This is a show you don't want to miss! March 29th, doors at 7 pm and the event start at 8 pm SHARP. Avoid being tardy and catch this SPECIAL lineup!  With special guest, Angel Baeza! Angel Baeza is a local college student raised in San Antonio. His comedy centers on the anxieties of dating and modern life and has all the charm and despair of an empty cookie jar. Angel has given tours around his campus several times and is just happy to be here. He has also been compared to Woody Allen but in a good way.  Featuring: Winston Dean Winston Dean taught world geography and psychology at the hs level for 4 years. He’s been doing stand up comedy for just over 2 years now. You’ve probably seen him on... well you probably haven’t seen him but he’s working on that. Discovered his passion for making people laugh in the classroom. Featuring: Jay Scott He's A Fresh New Face Of Comedy! Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, Jay has a comedy style that blends real life, social commentary, & his point of view on the world. You will love his live stage performance!  Headlining: Tori Pool  A high school dropout that used to teach high school, Tori contends high school is trash so she quit all over again. Recently rejected from Austin Film Festival for the third year in a row, Tori Pool is a San Antonio local with an affinity for all things stage and screen. She was featured on Texas Public Radio’s Worth Repeating, "Alien” and is fresh off of Altercation Comedy Festival held in Austin, Texas. A graham cracker from way back, Pool’s comedy focuses on the plight of educators, errant thoughts on marriage, child-rearing, and whatever lies in between. Admittedly, she’s just a woman that says like, like too much for her age but she doesn’t like notice she does it so like, yeah. 

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