[UPDATE] Creed Bratton and friends

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[UPDATE] The show has been rescheduled and will now be on November 30th. The original date of September 10th with 6:00pm doors has been changed to November 30th with 7:00pm doors. All tickets purchased for September 10th will be valid on the new date.

If you are in the Los Angeles area, Angela will be in Creed Bratton’s next show along with some of her former ‘Office’ castmates. The show will be at The Regent Theater on November 30th and all proceeds will benefit LIDE Haiti.

About LIDE Haiti:

Lidè is an educational initiative in rural Haiti that uses the arts and literacy to empower at-risk adolescent girls and help them transition into school or vocational training.  Established by Author Holiday Reinhorn, Actor Rainn Wilson and Executive Director Dr. Kathryn Adams in response to the devastating earthquake of 2010, the Lidè program seeks to uplift women and girls who have been denied equal access to education. Lidè trains and employs Haitian teachers and collaborates with grassroots schools and programs, such as “Smallholder Farmers Alliance”, “Fonkozé”, and “H.E.L.P.” In Lidè programs participants gain life and leadership skills and helps foster the community support they need to begin their educational journey.

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Don’t Tell Mother!

For those in the Los Angeles area, Angela will be doing a show at Busby’s East on April 8th!

More info:

The Spring Fling Show featuring Angela Kinsey (The Office)! Celebrate on Friday, April 8 with true stories you’d NEVER want your mom to know + Band + Bar + Food.

Party at 7pm with food and drinks. Show at 8pm.

21+ (bring ID)

FOR TICKETS, please visit:
www.donttellmymother.com/tickets/

The Friday Forty

Angela will be performing in The Friday Forty at the NerdMelt Showroom tomorrow, October 9th! If you are in the Los Angeles area, come check it out.

More info:

Scott Gimple and Dave Holmes host this current-affairs sketch-comedy quiz show where the performers get a little liquid courage to help them answer 40 questions about the events of the last 7 days!

With special guests:

FRANGELA (Frances Callier and Angela Shelton)

ANGELA KINSEY (The Office, Hotwives of Orlando)

TYMBERLEE HILL (Hotwives of Orlando, Drunk History)

$8 in advance, $10 at the door

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The 14th Annual SF Sketchfest

 

Angela will be attending the SF Sketchfest, with the cast of “The Hotwives of Orlando”, on February 7 during their 14th annual comedy festival.

Meet the cast of “The Hotwives of Orlando” as they talk about the most important show that has ever been on the internet. In an “Inside the Actors Studio” forum, you’ll get the inside scoop of the making of this masterpiece. Tears will be shed, lessons will be learned and the actors will be insider-y.

Please note this a 21+ event. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here.

About the festival:

SF Sketchfest was founded in 2001 by David Owen, Cole Stratton and Janet Varney as a way to showcase the talents of six Bay Area sketch comedy groups: The Fresh Robots, Kasper Hauser, The Meehan Brothers, Please Leave the Bronx, Totally False People and White Noise Radio Theatre. The festival debuted in January of 2002 at the Shelton Theatre in downtown San Francisco and has grown rapidly into a nationally recognized comedy festival that mixes national headliners, local favorites and the best up-and-coming groups from throughout North America for a month of sketch, improv, stand-up and alternative comedy. A favorite with audiences, critics, and performers alike, the festival has grown substantially to become a highly anticipated artistic showcase that consistently delivers top quality comedic performances, tributes and panel discussions.

You can get more information about the festival here.

Angela at iO West in Los Angeles

Angela will be performing in ‘Girl Team Balls’ with Kate Walsh during iO West’s Funny Women Festival on Thursday, December 4th.

iO West is proud to present Cake Batter’s Funny Women Festival! For three days on December 4th-6th, the iO West stages will be filled with female-only performances, various competitions, celebrity headliners and judges, and a variety of female focused workshops. Funny Women Festival – Los Angeles (#FWFLA) will be a celebration of creative women in all types of comedy, sure to create an even stronger community by attracting comedians from across the country.

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Upcoming appearances

Angela is currently in New York to present an award at The Friskies Internet Cat Video Awards tomorrow, but you can also catch her in the following:

  • New York Live on WNBC at 12:30pm ET
  • The Couch on WLNY-TV 10/55 in New York between 7-9am

SheKnows Entertainment will also be talking with Angela and they want questions from the fans! Tweet your questions to @SheKnows_Ent and hashtag #SheKnowsAngela.

Angela to present at The Friskies Internet Cat Video Awards

Angela will be presenting the Lifetime Achievement Award to Internet sensation Grumpy Cat at The Friskies Internet Cat Video Awards, which will stream live on October 15 at 7 p.m. ET on TheFriskies.com:

Fans of felines frolicking online can tune in to a special event this Tuesday, when “The Friskies Internet Cat Videos” will stream live.

“With the Nobel prizes being awarded this week, it really drives home the importance of awards in general. And as prestigious as the Nobel prizes are, I think the Friskies are even more so,” said cat lover and comedian Michael Ian Black, who will host the event.

The show will award $25,000 in total cash prizes and gold-plated Catuette trophies to four category winners and one Fan Favorite that will be voted on in real time.

But in anticipation of the event, Black was reluctant to play favorites himself.

“I like anything where cat meets water,” he said.

Actress Angela Kinsey, who will be presenting the Lifetime Achievement Award to Internet sensation Grumpy Cat, is more of a retractable electronics fan herself.

“I love cat videos,” she said. “Anything that spits out a tray and a cat bats at it, I love. Having a 5-year-old, you can just watch these videos together and not have to worry. It goes across age groups and genders and cultures and it’s just good fun.”

Black concurred — sort of.

“The most important thing I want people to take away is that it’s easier to embarrass a cat than you think,” he deadpanned. “Everyone thinks cats are so cool and collected, and they are, but it’s really easy to embarrass them and you should feel encouraged to do so.”

Still, neither of the stars said they’ve been able to capture their own pets on video.

“I don’t know if my cat is camera shy or just particularly boring, but mine doesn’t seem to do anything entertaining while we have the camera on,” Black said.

Meanwhile, Kinsey said her rescue cat prefers to stay out of the spotlight.

“Getting to see Otter is like seeing an albino rhinoceros in the wild,” the actress said with a laugh. “It’s such a privilege. She’s very hard to catch on camera because she likes to come out at night and she’s very shy in general.”

Cats like Lil Bub, Snoopybabe and others who have amassed cult followings online clearly don’t suffer from the same sense of modesty. In fact, in anticipation of the event, Black said he expected Grumpy Cat’s presence at the awards show to eclipse his own.

“Well, the thing is that with a true celebrity, you’re going to get upstaged every time,” said the comedian. “If I were asked if I wanted to perform alongside Tom Hanks, I would. But he’s always going to shine. And that’s also the case with Grumpy Cat. He’ll outshine you every time.”

“The Friskies Internet Cat Video Awards” will stream online at 7 p.m. ET Oct. 15 at TheFriskies.com.

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Angela at the iO West, June 2nd

Angela will be performing in ‘The Armando Show’ at the iO West’s 11th Annual Los Angeles Improv Comedy Festival on Sunday, June 2nd.

The Armando Show is an improvised comedy show inspired by an audience suggestion, which the celebrity hosts interpret through a personal and truthful improvised monologue. Inspired by that monologue, a cast composed of veteran Chicago and Los Angeles alumni perform scenes that, in turn, inspire a response from Armando. This propels hilarious interchanges between Armando’s monologues and the company’s scenes.

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Angela at the iO West this Saturday, February 16th

If you’re in the Los Angeles area this Saturday, February 16th, check out Angela in iO West’s improv show, Armando.

The Armando Show is an improvised comedy show inspired by an audience suggestion, which the celebrity hosts interpret through a personal and truthful improvised monologue. Inspired by that monologue, a cast composed of veteran Chicago and Los Angeles alumni perform scenes that, in turn, inspire a response from Armando. This propels hilarious interchanges between Armando’s monologues and the company’s scenes.

You will love it. I promise!

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Comedian searching out messy moments

If you find yourself on the Strip on Tuesday, keep an eye out for camera crews and Clorox.

Angela Kinsey, who plays Angela on NBC’s “The Office,” will be somewhere on the Strip searching for “real-life messy moments.” The comedian and actress will show people how to take care of those messes using Clorox bleach.

All of this is sure to make a great commercial for Clorox. Some lucky person will receive $15,000 for sharing his or her story. If you can’t be on the Strip, share your “messy moment” on bleachitaway.com/vegas.

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