The Summer’s Most Hilarious, One-of-a-Kind Comedy Event ‘OUT on Stage’ Will Be Coming Out in Movie Theaters Nationwide for One Night on July 24

DENVER – June 18, 2018 – This summer, moviegoers can expect a rowdy, raucous good time with the feature-length comedy event “OUT on Stage,” which will be screened in cinemas across the country for a one-night event on Tuesday, July 24. Hosted by comedian Zach Noe Towers, the event contains 90 minutes of laugh-out-loud content from a lineup of renowned gay and lesbian stand-up comedians, including Brendan Scannel, A.B. Cassidy and Janine Brito.


Tickets for “OUT on Stage” can be purchased at and at participating theater box offices nationwide.


Fathom Events and Comedy Dynamics present “OUT on Stage” in more than 250 select movie theaters on Tuesday, July 24 at 8:00 p.m. local time, through Fathom’s Digital Broadcast Network (DBN). For a complete list of theater locations, visit the Fathom Events website (theaters and participants are subject to change).


“‘OUT on Stage’ has been a real passion project for me,” comedian and host Zach Noe Towers said. “What an incredible experience it’s been to bring together such a gorgeously funny group of queer comedians. Each and every person featured in the content has such a unique perspective and I’m thrilled that we’re being given a platform for those hilarious voices to be heard.”


“We at Fathom pride ourselves on consistently serving up diverse content for our viewers, and we’re thrilled to be spotlighting such a talented group of LGBTQ+ comedians with ‘OUT on Stage,’” said Fathom Events Chief Content and Programming Officer Gordon Synn. “It could not be more fitting to announce the upcoming celebration of these comedians during June, National Pride Month! We’re certain that every moviegoer will find something to love in ‘OUT on Stage,’ and that they’ll share many laughs with us along the way.”


“We strive to be at the cutting edge of comedy and bringing the laughs to the entire audience,” Comedy Dynamics CEO Brian Volk Weiss said. “With Out on Stage, I think we’ve continued with that tradition.”

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