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Northwest Arkansas Equality, Inc.

Out In the Ozarks w/ Fortune Feimster & That's What She Said

Fortune Feimster with That's What She Said
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Out In the Ozarks w/ Fortune Feimster & That's What She Said
7:00 PM
Jun 14th 2019 · 8:00 PM (Fri)
Jun 14th 2019 · 10:00 PM (Fri)
15 West Mountain, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Refund Policy
Refunds Up To 1 Day Before Event Unless Canceled or Rescheduled
Performing & Visual Arts
18 and Up
$35.00 - $100.00
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Out in the Ozarks is an official event of the 2019 Northwest Arkansas Pride Weekend.

Northwest Arkansas' 2019 Pride Weekend jumpstarts the weekend with one of the worlds most successful lesbian comedians, Fortune Feimster, and Northwest Arkansas' very own comedy group, That's What She Said!

About Fortune Feimster
Stand-up comedian, writer, and actor Fortune Feimster first made a name for herself on 'Chelsea Lately.' Fortune currently stars in the NBC series, 'Champions', as a series regular and is known for her role of "Nurse Collette" on Hulu’s 'The Mindy Project'. Her Netflix stand-up special was released last summer and received rave reviews. Fortune has also performed stand-up on TBS’s 'Conan' Comedy Central’s '@midnight’ and has her own Comedy Central half-hour special.
Fortune can be seen in a fun role for the Amblin Pictures feature film, 'Office Christmas Party' in addition to the adventure comedy, 'Deported.' Amblin recently acquired 'Bad Cop, Bad Cop' a feature that she co-wrote and will star in. Prior to that Fortune co-wrote and sold two comedy pilots to ABC with the latter being produced by Tina Fey. Previously, Feimster had a recurring role on CBS’ 'Life in Pieces' and many guest appearances on hit TV shows including 'Dear White People,' 'Workaholics,' and 'Drunk History.'
Fortune now headlines the best comedy clubs across the country and is one of comedy’s fastest rising stars.

About That's What She Said
Inspired by great shows like 'The Moth,' 'You’re Being Ridiculous,' 'The Monti,' and of course, that’s what she said jokes, That’s What She Said is a live comedy storytelling production based in Fayetteville. Performers share hilarious and true stories of shame, love, hate, junior high and everything in between. Creating laughs from universal truths, That's What She Said is one of Northwest Arkansas' favorite comedy shows!

Out in the Ozarks is produced by Northwest Arkansas Equality, Inc., and an official event of Northwest Arkansas Pride Weekend.