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April 4, 2013

Female Comedy Tour

PORTSMOUTH — The new all female comedy show “High Heels Comedy Tour” takes the audience through a hilarious seventy-five minute walk in the pumps of Boston’s top female comedians. These laugh inducing women show off their unique points of view as they engage the audience with their offbeat life stories and opinions on gossip, sex, men, family, friends and the pursuit of happiness. You’ll leave the show wiping your eyes and holding your sides.

The High Heels Comedy Tour hosted by Stacey Kendro has competed in several comedy festivals including the Boston Comedy Festival and was a finalist in the Marshall’s Women of Comedy Show. The show also features Andrea Henry who won Best Regional Film and The Audience Award for Best Comedy at the SENE Film Festival and her stand up credits include- Comedy Central’s Open Mic Fight, Nickelodeon’s Search for America’s Funniest Mom 3, NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Yuk Yuk’s Great Canadian Laugh Off . Newcomer to the scene Dana Cairns has performed in Beantown Comedy Riot, the Rhode Island Comic Throwdown, Boston Comedy Festival. Dana also recently won the Closet Comics Big Break contest, for which she was given the opportunity to open for Rob Schneider at Boston’s famed Wilbur Theatre. The comedy tour brings a lineup of three female comics and celebrates the unique styles of women in comedy. The tour is refined yet quirky. The women all bring something different to the stage, proving that not only can females be funny; they can deviate from predictable penis punch lines.

The High Heels Comedy Tour performs on Fri., April 5, at the Portsmouth Gas Light Co Third Floor Club at 64 Market Street in Portsmouth. The doors open at 6:00 p.m. and reservations for dinner are required. The show starts at 8:30 p.m. A cash bar is available. Show Only tickets are also available at $20.00. Tickets can be purchased online at www.drinkwaterproductions.com.

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