Aurora Comedy Nights Present

ACN: Broke and 30

Feb 28, 2020-Feb 29, 2020

A Low Rent Sketch Comedy Show

Written by Will Amato
Directed by George N Koulouris

Experience the feeling of being in the studio audience for a show like Saturday Night Live as Aurora Comedy Nights brings in a sketch comedy troupe with Will Amato’s Broke and 30: A Low Rent Sketch Comedy Show. This hilarious evening will make broke folks feel a little less alone. Join us for a sizzling hot broke off rap battle, a song about meat, and a lesson on tidying up your shitty apartment from Marie Kondo.

February 28 & 29, 2020
Friday & Saturday at 7:15 & 9:15 PM
Tickets from $15

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Veanna Black is an actual native Atlantan who, very early, developed a love for all things performing. While earning her degree in Fine Arts at Syracuse University, she began cultivating a true respect for the stage and the craft of acting. Upon settling back in Atlanta post college, this respect grew to include all styles of on-camera work, as well as a new love for all things sketch and comedy. Notable regional stage credits include In the next room, or the vibrator play(NC Stage Company), The Green Book(Theatrical Outfit), and Hopeful Horizons(Syracuse Stage), which she also wrote. A few screen credits include The Resident, The DUFF and The Quad, as well as a number of regional and national commercials.



Marilyn is a local performer who has been on stages around town including Relapse Theatre, Dad’s Garage, and Village Theatre. She grew up all around the East Coast and started pursuing her love of acting once she settled in Atlanta. It’s been a fun ride ever since and she’s excited to be performing at Aurora Theatre for the first time.



Abigail Williams is an Atlanta actor, comedian, and vocalist. Abigail has enjoyed working and playing on several Sketch Comedy teams in Atlanta, including the Non-Violet Offenders, Late Night Snack and, most recently, Broke and 30! She loves traveling around the city, country, and world getting to do work that she loves. Recently her work has included traveling to CA to perform the opener for Dave Ramsey’s SMART Conference, starring in the Investigation Discovery Channel show’s Swamp Murders and Your Worst Nightmare, and traveling to Amsterdam, NY, and D.C. (opening the new Oprah Winfrey Theatre at the African American Smithsonian Museum) with Janet Langhart Cohen’s “Anne and Emmett”, where she was honored to play the role of Anne Frank. When she isn’t singing, acting, or playing Abigail loves being home with her 7 month old, Jack, and her epic husband, Kevin. 



Lucas Scott has studied acting and improv around Atlanta for the last five years and worked his way in to the local theater community. You can see him in the Inglorious Improvisors at the Village theatre Saturday’s at 8 through March and then at the Robert Mello studio for the Yarddogs production of William Inge’s “Natural Affections”. Follow Lucas on FB and Instagram @lucasscott811 for more information.



Neal was born. Years later he started doing comedy much later in life than most people. He’d definitely be better had he started sooner. 

You probably recognize him from Season 1 of the hit reality show on Netflix, Queer Eye. If you do not, then watch the show because it’s the only real accolade he has in life. 

Neal loves you. 



Will Amato is a comedy writer, actor, and improviser with more than 10 years experience putting silly words on paper. After studying Improv and Sketch Comedy at the UCB theatre in New York City, Will has gone on to write and direct original scripts for stage and screen for Funny or Die and regional theaters across the country. He is the author and producer of 15 original plays for children, 10 live sketch comedy shows, and several TV Pilots. Will also wrote a novel once that was greatly enjoyed by the 10 people who read it. Recently in Atlanta, you may have seen Will as head writer/director for the Highwire house team, the Non Voilet Offenders, as host of the hit podcast “The Funniest People I know,  or teaching Improv at the Alliance theatre. Will earned a BFA in Musical Theatre in from Elon University, and is currently pursuing his graduate degree in professional writing from Kennesaw State University.







George N Koulouris is a comedy writer, producer, and podcast host who has been a part of the Atlanta theater scene for nearly 30 years. George has written and directed for Highwire Comedy, Pulp, and Relapse Theater. His first short film, Porn Mom, was an official selection of the 2019 Out on Film Festival. He is a founding member of the Non-Violet Offenders, a sketch comedy group (and local winners of the Atlanta SketchFest 2019) that uses humor to make sense of the world today. George is also the producer and co-host of Funniest People I Know, a weekly comedy radio show and podcast recorded for the Georgia Radio Reading Service (GARRS), a nonprofit radio station broadcasting from GPB that caters to the visually impaired. 


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