Selected Community Events
MRSOE! (The Most RACES Show on Earth!)
Oct 3, 2012 9:00 P.M.
Natasha's Bistro & Bar - 112 Esplanade
MRSOE! (The Most RACES Show on Earth!) is going on tour!
MRSOE! is a multicultural comedy showcase, featuring the funniest and edgiest stand-up comedians. Since 2005, MRSOE! has performed in front of sold out audiences in both Canada and the U.S. and now we're bringing our brand of funny, edgy comedy to the Southeast!!
MRSOE! will entertain and enlighten audiences about different ethnicities and customs through comedy. Our hope is to get people to realize that although we may have our differences, we are
essentially the same because we all laugh at the same things.
A portion of the proceeds from each show will go towards the YWCA Stand Against Racism initiative.
WHEN: Wednesday, Oct.3, 2012
WHERE: Natasha's Bistro & Bar - 112 Esplanade
TIME: 9:00pm (doors at 8:00pm)
To reserve your tickets in advance, you can visit the venue website at: www.beetnik.com,
or you can reserve through the MRSOE! website at:
Check out clips from our shows in Charleston, SC:
For more info, visit our website at http://www.mrsoe.com/
Saturday Night Live's Seth Meyers: Host of Weekend Update
Feb 20, 2012 8 p.m.
Singletary Center for the Arts at the University of Kentucky
Comedian and actor Seth Meyers’ most iconic job can be seen on the news parody segment Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live (SNL). Before SNL, Meyers got his improv comedy start as a member of the Northwestern University improv sketch group Mee-Ow. He continued his comedy career at ImprovOlympic and also as an overseas cast member of Boom Chicago, an improv troupe based in Amsterdam. Meyers currently serves as head writer for SNL and has also made appearances in blockbuster movies such as Journey to the Center of the Earth, Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist, I Don’t Know How She Does It and the holiday hit New Year’s Eve. Last spring, Meyers was the keynote speaker at the White House Correspondents Association Dinner.
Students, faculty and staff can purchase tickets with a valid ID at the Singletary Center ticket office weekdays 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $10 for students and $15 for general public, faculty and staff. Contact the Singletary Center ticket office at (859) 257-4929 or visit the Singletary Center website at www.singletarytickets.com