LA City Attorney Carmen Trutanich will appear live on stage in the comedy show "This Week @ Warzecha" at The Second City – Hollywood on Monday June 28th at 10pm. Mr. Trutanich will participate in a panel discussion with Second City comedians discussing pressing issues in Los Angeles, including combating gang violence, LA budget cuts, and medical marijuana dispensaries. The discussion will inspire live comedic improvisation.
"This Week @ Warzecha" is hosted by SC Alum Marc Warzecha and features an ensemble of Second City alumni in a unique show based on this week's events in the news. "This Week @" is what happens when "The Daily Show" meets "Who's Line is it Anyway?"
Carmen A. Trutanich was elected City Attorney for the City of Los Angeles on May 19, 2009. Trutanich, who was born and raised in the South Los Angeles neighborhood of San Pedro, attended local schools; earning both his undergraduate degree and MBA at the University of Southern California. California Lawyer magazine chose him as one of the top 10 in the field of environmental law and land use in his roles as practitioner and instructor. Carmen Trutanich, also known as "Nuch", has been named a Southern California "Superlawyer" for the past four years in a row, and has received an "AV" rating from Martindale-Hubell, the highest possible rating, in the areas of legal ability and ethical standards.
Warzecha is originally from Detroit, MI and now lives in Los Angeles where he appeared on MAD TV and Reno 911. He has worked with The Second City as an award-winning actor, writer, and director; most recently co-writing and directing "Can You Be More Pacific?" at the Laguna Playhouse. Marc's work as a satirist has been featured on ABC's "Nightline", Newsweek, and in the Washington Post, and he has been a guest on CNN's "Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer" and NPR's "All Things Considered."
Tickets to "This Week @ Warzecha" are $10 and available now at www.etix.com.