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Divine Comedy to perform in Rexburg

Divine Comedy’s next show will have guests entertained when they come to perform at the Romance Theater May 25.

According to their website, Divine Comedy is a sketch comedy show created with a Latter-day Saint and BYU-Idaho student audience in mind. It is made up of the cast members Aaron Fielding, Addison Jenkins, Alena Helzer, Becca Hurley, Dalton Johnson, Julianne Cook, Kayla Yentes, Kevin Baldwin, Kwaku El, Parker Kelly and Sarah Thompson.

Madison School District Chair Committee Member Anna Bjornn oversees the entertainment events for the senior graduation party.

Bjornn said that this is a wonderful event for individuals to attend to as the proceeds will go toward the Madison School District senior graduation party.

“I’m just one of many moms who wanted to provide a safe party with no drugs or alcohol and clean comedy for our seniors,” Bjornn said. “Might as well bring clean comedy to our community as well.”

Image courtesy of Aaron Fielding from Divine Comedy

Divine Comedy began in 1994 when two students at BYU created the group. The show, over time, grew from its small club origins to its current standing as part of the Theatre Media Arts Department.

For years, Divine Comedy has performed in places like BYU-I; Utah State; Sacramento, California; Los Angeles, California; New York; Boise State University and BYU Hawaii.

According to their website, guests should move swiftly if they would like to get a seat.

Aaron Dodge, a junior studying biology, has been watching Divine Comedy on their YouTube channel for years. He said that he is eager to get tickets for their show. “I am on a college student budget but if I can I will definitely go,” Dodge said.

Tickets go on sale May 16. Customers can buy tickets, one for $6 or two for $10. The show will begin at 7 p.m. Tickets can be purchased on their website.

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