MEGAN'S UPCOMING SHOWS:

Every Wednesday, 9:00PM: Spirit Cat - Improv at iO West

 

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Obliged

A One Woman Wedding Show You're Invited Obliged to Attend

Weddings. Ugh. While the divorce rate escalates, weddings have taken on unprecedented importance.

In this one-woman comedy show, Megan Grano exposes the state of weddings by following one Bridezilla's story, starting with her engagement. We meet the bridezilla, her parents, her eager-to-please M.O.H., her florist, her wacky minister and all the other characters charged with making this the biggest, and (therefore) bestest day of her life!

Upcoming Showtimes

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Past Shows

  • iO Chicago
  • iO West
  • UCB NY & LA
  • Comedy Central Stage
  • Fanatic Salon
  • Second City LA
  • The Onyx Theatre, Las Vegas
  • Go Comedy Theater, Ferndale, MI
  • Piccolo Spoleto Festival, Charleston, SC
  • LAFF Festival, Austin TX
  • Avenue Theater, Denver, CO
  • The Toronoto Sketch Comedy Festival
  • Third Annual Actors Rep Solo Festival in Burbank CA

Reviews

"Comedian Megan Grano sends up the dramas of bridedom in this no-holds-barred one woman show"
- Alysia Gray Painter, NBC LA

"Grano plays multiple characters with panache... Her Second City training is on prominent display; she finds unexpected ways to quickly dig into her characters"
- Steve Heisler, Time Out Chicago

"Grano slaps a bright smile on her face that barely conceals a slow-burning mania..."
- Nina Metz, Chicago Tribune

"Megan Grano's solo show successfully parodies women who can't resist throwing lavish weddings....she's funniest as the bride's not-so-secretly jealous mother, who bitches out the invitation maker, and as a bridesmaid who's in serious debt..."
-Ryan Hubbard, Chicago Reader

"Grano picks up on many of the bizarre little details of wedding plans to great comic effect...she always imbues her roles with some of her own wry knowingness."
- Nick Smith, Charleston City Paper