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One Night, Three Women, Too Funny!!

The Bothwell Arts Center is pleased to bring back last year’s sold out show, One Night, Three Women, Too Funny starring local comedians Regina Stoops, Stacey Gustafson and Margaret Zhao on Saturday September 29, 2018 at 7:30 pm.

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 Regina Stoops was born and raised in a town called Normal, though her humor is anything but. She has her own unique perspective on what most might consider the mundane details of ordinary life: raising three boys, being married (or not), aging parents, health care, navigating the world of special education, mini-van motoring and the grocery store.

Regina’s comedic ramblings take a look at an ordinary life and redefine what it is to be normal. Her unique perspective on life in the suburbs has made her a favorite at conferences, comedy clubs and fundraisers throughout the Bay Area. More can be found about Regina at www.ReginaStoops.com

Stacey Gustafson

Stacey Gustafson is the bestselling author of Are You Kidding Me? My Life with an Extremely Loud Family, Bathroom Calamities, and Crazy Relatives, ranked #1 Amazon in Parenting & Family Humor and Motherhood. She’s also an inspirational speaker, blogger and comedian. Her short stories have appeared in Chicken Soup for the Soul and other in print and online publications. 

She’s won Best Comic of the Month at Tommy T’s Comedy Club and performs stand-up throughout the East Bay. Her next book, Are You Still Kidding Me? was released September 2018.

She lives in Pleasanton, CA. Visit her popular blog at StaceyGustafson.com and Twitter @RUKiddingStacey.

Margaret Zhao was born in the wrong place at the wrong time. Her award-winning memoir Really Enough; A True Story of Tyranny, Courage and Comedy,charts her daunting struggle for survival, freedom and forbidden love.  Unfairly labeled as Enemy of the State under Chairman Mao,  Margaret had to use humor and wit to survive oppressive tyranny and then to handle the often hysterical challenges of culture shock in America. From learning to drive to pronouncing the Taco Bell menu, Margaret's stories of crossing cultures create surprises and uncontrollable laughs.   

With her great sense of humor and  inspirational life story, Margaret has entertained and delighted audiences of all ages at the Hollywood Laugh Factory, comedy clubs, schools, churches, fundraising events and many other venues. 

Earlier Event: September 28
Call for Artists
Later Event: October 13
ArtWalk Livermore 2018