Award winning humor blogger Erin Donovan to appear in Camden

By Kiwanis Club of Rockland | May 01, 2014
Erin Donovan, comedienne, blogger and columnist will appear on stage at Camden Opera House on May 17 at 7:30 in an all new show to benefit the Kiwanis Club.

Comedienne, columnist and blogger Erin Donovan is scheduled to perform at the Camden Opera House in a benefit for the Kiwanis Club on Saturday, May 17 at 7:30 PM.

The creator of the I'm Gonna Kill Him blog, video series, and comedy show, Donovan also entertains her readers through a weekly humor column for The Bangor Daily News – you would just never know it to read the online comments.

She is regularly featured on internet sites like Huffington Post, Baristanet, Mamapedia, Scary Mommy, and The Mouthy Housewives, and has developed all new material for this show.

Her blog was nominated by Nickelodeon for Best New Blog in 2010, and she was named by BlogHer as a 2012 Voice of the Year and won its People's Choice award in Humor.  She is nominated for the same award in a different category this year.

She is presently at work on a comedic memoir called Maui & Me: How One Dog Ruined My Marriage and all of My Underwear.

Before turning to a career in writing, Donovan worked in media and public relations for Alloy Entertainment, a youth-focused media agency in New York City.  She will tell you that this means she invented the show Gossip Girl, but really she was much more influential in the Pokemon mall tour across America.

Tickets are $15 and available online at camdenoperahouse.com, 207.470.7066, or the night of the show, and at HAVII and Spoon in Camden, and at the door the night of the show.

Produced by the Kiwanis Club of Rockland, and sponsored by Bangor Daily News, the show will feature adult, but sophisticated humor.

FMI:  camdenoperahouse.com; 207.470.7066; 207.542.4452; rocklandkiwanis.org.

WHAT:      Erin Donovan Comedy Show

WHERE:   Camden Opera House, 29 Elm Street, Camden, ME

WHEN:     Sat, May 17, 2014, 7:30 PM – A 90 minute performance – No intermission

WHY:        Because sometimes adults just need to enjoy themselves with a bunch of other adults

DETAILS: Tickets $15 per person, proceeds benefit the Kiwanis Club

 

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