‘Don’t Laugh With Yur Mouth Full!’ comedy show May 15 in Truckee | SierraSun.com

‘Don’t Laugh With Yur Mouth Full!’ comedy show May 15 in Truckee

Susan Duffey SmithSpecial to the Sun

Pete Erickson/community submitted photoThe annual Truckee-Donner Recreation andamp; Park District show, Donandamp;#8217;t Laugh With Your Mouth Full, blasts off at the Community Arts Center on Church Street Saturday, May 15.

Once a year Truckee becomes the Comedy Capital of California when the annual Truckee-Donner Recreation andamp; Park District show, andamp;#8220;Don’t Laugh With Your Mouth Full,andamp;#8221; blasts off at the Community Arts Center. andamp;#8220;You can’t find a show this funny, with this many top comedians together on stage, anywhere outside of LA or New York,andamp;#8221; according to Diana Alouise, local owner of Shampoo Hair and Makeup Salon, and a former comedienne herself. Alouise is the talent scout, inviting personal friends and colleagues from all over the country. andamp;#8220;They love this show because it raises scholarship money for teens to attend summer camp and enrichment programs during the year, plus they enjoy a little r andamp; r in the Truckee-Tahoe area.andamp;#8221;The show line-up this year features Rick D’Elia as host and MC for live auction of local dates andamp;#8212; do you need your dog walked, your hair cut, or a dinner date with a local chef? D’Elia will sell you who or what you need! He is the author of andamp;#8220;How to Talk to a Yankee Fanandamp;#8221; and is currently appearing as the host and MC at Catch a Rising Star Comedy Club in the Silver Legacy Casino, Reno.Next up is Morgan Preston, a rising star from the Seattle area, and one of the most outspoken, in-your-face, andamp;#8220;I dare you not to laughandamp;#8221; comedians working today. Preston appears everywhere, from smoky bars to corporate venues, rodeos to television and even runs his own complete in-house production facility which was instrumental in raising more than $60,000 with a comedy show in 2005, benefiting victims of Hurricane Katrina.Back by popular demand, Jimmy Shubert delivers his andamp;#8220;tough loveandamp;#8221; comedy with such red-faced, seething intensity; you’re guaranteed to be rolling in the aisles by the end of the show. This edgy Philly-born comic is a veteran of the comedy circuit, a member of Sam Kineson’s andamp;#8220;Outlaws of Comedians,andamp;#8221; and has appeared in everything from Comedy Central specials to andamp;#8220;Reno 911,andamp;#8221; andamp;#8220;King of Queensandamp;#8221; to andamp;#8220;Coyote Ugly.andamp;#8221; His DVD andamp;#8220;Alive and Kickin’andamp;#8221; is listed as one of Punchline Magazine’s 10 Best Comedy DVD’s of 2009.Are you ready to laugh? Tickets for the Saturday, May 15 show are on sale now for $30 at Truckee Community Recreation Center, 8924 Donner Pass Road, Shampoo Hair and Makeup Salon and the Truckee branch of Plumas Bank. They’ll cost you $5 more at the door, so get your tickets early.Doors open at the Community Arts Center, 10046 Church St., at 6:15 p.m. for dinner and bar provided by Full Belly Deli. Bring some extra for dinner and drinks, and the quick live auction happening during the show. All proceeds go to camp scholarships for local teens. Last year TDRPD awarded more than $4,300 to 30 families for Camp Radical, Whatever Wednesday Ski andamp; Snowboard at Northstar, and other teen programs.For tickets and more information, call TDRPD at 582-7720. For large groups/reserved tables, call TDRPD’s Susan Duffey Smith (c’est mois!) at 582-7766. Says Rec Superintendent Dan O’Gorman, andamp;#8220;I can’t wait for this year’s show. Last year I laughed until I was sore and the tears ran down my face.andamp;#8221;andamp;#8212; Submitted via e-mail to aedgett@sierrasun.com