Those looking for a quick laugh can find one at the Chicago Short Comedy
Video and Film Festival. This unique festival began in 1998, with the idea
of spotlighting short comedy films made by Chicagoans, and it has become a
popular event in Chicago.
Thirty-four films are shown during the event, at 7 p.m. on each night, July
17 and 18, featuring many well-known Chicago actors and improvisers.
Included are the short films "Tuesday"(A day that will live in infamy) by
Steve Delahoyde and Wakiza Gamez and "Dead British Kid" (For a dead kid, she
sure gets around!)by Adrian DiGiovanni.
Tickets may be purchased through Ticketweb or at the theater on the day of the event. Be sure to buy tickets early as it tends to sell out.
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