Bryan Busby Guests on Right Between the Ears
LAWRENCE, KS - KMBC TV9 chief meteorologist takes a run at career suicide with yet another guest appearance at the next live performance of Right Between the Ears - Saturday, February 23 at 8:00pm at Liberty Hall in Lawrence.
Making his fourth appearance on the award-winning comedy show, Busby will join the RBTE cast to spoof current events - from the gun control debate to the Pope's resignation - and try out his impressions of Morgan Freeman and TV's Dr. Oz.
"I am delighted once again to create some fun and laughter with my friends at Right Between the Ears," said Busby. "(RBTE producer) Darrell Brogdon is also giving me an opportunity to write a sketch for the show. It's a lot more difficult than I thought!"
Also on the menu, new episodes of Incompetents Hospital and Fishing with Dwayne (with guest Warren Buffett). Confused football star Manti T'eo also falls into the RBTE crosshairs, along with drone missiles, sportscaster Brent Musberger and TV hunting shows.
Making her RBTE debut on the February 23 show is 10-year-old Margaret Veglahn, a fifth-grader at Prairie Elementary in Prairie Village, KS. Margaret is an alum of RBTE's summer radio camps, presented with Kansas City Young Audiences. Margaret has already appeared in A Christmas Carol at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre and 101 Dalmations at the Barn Players. She also claims to be a "trained ninja".
Tickets for Right Between the Ears range from $15.50 to $19.50 and are on sale now at the Liberty Hall box office, Ticketmaster.com and at the show's website, www.RightBetweentheEars.com.
Right Between the Ears is a four-time winner of the Gold Medal as Best Comedy Show at the New York Festivals, and is broadcast every week on Sirius-XM's Comedy Showcase. The show also airs Sundays at 7:00pm on the stations of Kansas Public Radio (91.5, Lawrence; 89.7, Emporia; 91.3, Junction City; 99.5 Manhattan; and 90.3 Chanute). Darrell Brogdon is the show's creator and producer.
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