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All-female comedy team goes for laughs

Women from various disciplines within ASU's Herberger Institute team up to find their voice

thumbnails of women dressed as sketch characters
December 05, 2019

What does a comedy performance look like when the cast and crew are all women?

"Funny for a Girl" is a live comedy show created, produced and performed by ASU film and theater students. Based on personal experiences, senior Bella Tindall created the all-female show for her final capstone project, and producer Bethany Henthorne helped make it a reality.


Video by Ashley Sorensen/ASU Now

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