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Spirituality, addiction tackled in comedy

Capital Stage’s new midtown venue at 2215 J St. in Sacramento will host popular actress/comedienne Katie Rubin performing her one-woman comedy show “My Spiritual Death, a Comedy Show!”

In her signature unique style, local actress, playwright and comedienne Rubin brings characters, poetry, and stand-up comedy together for this unique theatrical tour de force taking aim at spirituality, family trauma and addiction.

“My Spiritual Death, a Comedy Show!” tells the story of Sherry, a sassy, newly sober alcoholic from Texas, who’s hosting the addiction recovery event to end all addiction recovery events. She has brought the finest Recovery Speaker together with the most hilarious recovery comedienne to create a night to remember.

Tickets are now on sale for this one-night only event at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 9. Tickets are $20 and may be purchased through Capital Stage’s box office at (916) 995-5464 or online at capstage.org.

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