Theater adds 2nd show tonight after 'Comedy@Firehouse' sells out

Seats changed to 'cabaret' setting for nightclub atmosphere

Firehouse Arts Center has added a second show at 10 p.m. tonight after the 8 p.m. show sold out for Comedy @ Firehouse Presents: Rocky LaPorte of "Last Comic Standing" fame.

Comedian Myles Weber will open the show for LaPorte, and G. King, another Bay Area comedy club favorite, will host the evening.

The theater will be transformed for the shows, with the rows of seats on the main floor removed to offer a cabaret setting with tables and chairs.

The Cellar Door will offer wine and refreshments for purchase, which can be consumed inside the theater.

The late show has special pricing: general admission, $18 main floor, $14 balcony.

Buy tickets online, call 931-4848 or go to the box office at 4444 Railroad Ave.


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