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Comedy Bang Bang Nativity Pageant @ Ricardo Montalban Theatre 

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Who in local comedy wasn't at the Comedy Bang Bang Nativity Pageant on Tuesday, December 13? Benefiting the L.A. Regional Food Bank, the show featured Patton Oswalt, Sarah Silverman, Weird Al, Bob Odenkirk, Kevin Nealon, Marc Maron, Tim Heidecker, Brian Posehn, Garfunkel & Oates, Thomas Lennon, Nick Kroll, Anthony Jeselnik, David Wain, Paul F. Tompkins, Jimmy Pardo, Todd Glass, Jen Kirkman, David Koechner, Maria Bamford, Andy Daly, Natasha Leggero, Neil Hamburger, Adam Scott and Jon Hamm, among others. All photos by Star Foreman.
Published on December 14, 2011
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