The Inquirer (Monrovia)

Liberia: Laugh Out Loud Hosts Third Comedy Show Tomorrow

The third edition of the LIB Laughing Out Loud, a comedian show being hosted by Miss Marit Woods is expected to take place in the country with several Liberian comedians participating in the event. The event is intended to showcase the talents of a group of untapped Liberian comedians who are at the same time making strides in the industry. The third edition of Laugh Out Loud will be performed December 21, 2012 at the Jamals Boulevard Café in Sinkor, outside Monrovia.

According to Madam Marit Woods, Founder and CEO of the group, some of Liberia's most enterprising comedians including George Butini, Joseph Dean, Sokoloko, Pinko, Azonic and Duke Murphy will be on hand to thrill the thousands of Liberians as well as other nationals who will grace the occasion.

The show starts with Marit Woods, love of a good laugh who has been rubbing off on the rest of Liberia. What started as an initiative aimed at showcasing the talents of a group of untapped Liberia comedians, abandoned and outcast is rapidly becoming a weekend therapy for a good time in a nation still recovering from more than a decade of conflict.

Miss Woods' first show at the Boulevard Café recently received rave reviews and a huge turnout, so much so that some guests had to be turned away because of inadequate space. Tomorrow's show promises to be a grandiose one as all Liberians will undoubtedly see talents exhibited by their own sons and daughters.

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