San Jose Stage Company’s Monday Night Live! is back again, celebrating its 25th year of political satire with Mayor Sam Liccardo as host.
Ties between developers and the VTA board suggest that political favors tainted bidding for a mixed-use project by the Tamien station.
Monday Night Live! returns to San Jose Stage Company in its 24th installment next week.
Monday Night Live!, San Jose’s annual political stage production, returns next week for its 23rd installment, hosted this year by state Sen. Jim Beall.
James Rowen just can’t seem to quit Magdalena Carrasco. The political operative who was sued off the Internet for defamation has once again taken aim at the San Jose councilwoman’s fundraising before taking office this year.
Monday Night Live! ramped up the raunchiness with a skit that left freshman Councilman Raul Peralez drenched and shirtless.
The 21st annual comedy show Monday Night Live! starred some of Silicon Valley’s biggest political players eschewing personal dignity for the sake of raising money for the San Jose Stage Company. For that we thank them.