Quarantainment: WOOtenanny shifts to Zoom for ‘Comedy in the Cabaret’

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The growing nationwide gathering restrictions on bars, restaurants, and comedy clubs are making increasingly tough times tougher for a whole lot of people who just want to create and share their art. But the way Bryan O’Donnell and Shaun Connolly see it, where there’s a woo there’s a way.

Instead of cancelling Comedy in the Cabaret, WOOtenanny’s open mic at Nick’s Bar & Restaurant in Worcester tonight (March 16), O’Donnell and Connolly are venturing into the world of video conferencing to give comics “stage time” via Zoom, a videoconferencing app that you can download on your phone or desktop. All you need to sign up for the service is a gmail account.


Check-in, which can be found here, begins at 7:30 p.m. before the show starts at 8 p.m. read all the fine deets here.