Comedy mogul, Rory Scovel headlines the 2nd Annual Comedy Festival in Wenatchee

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February 11, 2014

(Wenatchee, WA) Comedy mogul, Rory Scovel headlines the 2nd Annual Comedy Festival in Wenatchee, WA with an international line-up of comics, improvisers, and a one-of-a-kind panel of industry judges

WCF is a LAPH Productions event featuring stand-up comedy, improv comedy, a comedy competition, music, beer, wine, for an all-day event-filled experience at the Performing Art Center of Wenatchee on the first Saturday of the Apple Blossom Festival April 26, 2014. Reserved seating tickets for the evening performances are all-inclusive and sold at the Performing Arts Center of Wenatchee or online at for $25 advanced and $35 day-of-show. The festival is sponsored by Tom K. Michael High Tech Family Dentistry.

Festival headliner, Rory Scovel, is a nationally headlining stand-up comedian based out of L.A., California seen on CONAN, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Comedy Central, and the television show Ground Floor on TBS. Derek Sheen has been a featured performer at the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Cape Fear, and the San Francisco Sketchfest Comedy Festival. He has toured with Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, Janeane Garofolo, and Rory Scovel. Watch a clip of Rory Scovel on Jimmy Fallon here!

The festival is broken up into evening and daytime performances. The first part of the day is free and open to the public with a beer garden, music, games, and an international line-up of stand-up comics competing in front of a live audience and three industry judges: Clayton Weller of Sketchfest Seattle, Charlene Conley of the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and Jeff Albertson of the Seattle Times. They will be competing for cash prizes totally $1,000 and the opportunity to perform an extended set later that night. The evening performances, beginning at 6:30 P.M., will feature extended sets from the three finalists of the competition, an improv show by Seattle’s Unexpected Productions: Piggy Back combining stand-up comedy and improv comedy in an “Armando Style” three act structure, and the headlining sets from Derek Sheen & Rory Scovel.  There will be a 20-minute intermission between each show.