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SNL's Sasheer Zamata and Girl Code stars Nicole Byer, Carly Aquilino and Jamie Lee join the all-star, female-only lineup.

Venetian's Lipshtick comedy series returns with fresh faces this spring

February 11th, 2016

SNL's Sasheer Zamata and Girl Code stars Nicole Byer, Carly Aquilino and Jamie Lee join the all-star, female-only lineup.

  • Everything in theaters this week, plus special screenings and movie reviews.

  • Only Rebel Wilson really gets to show off her talents here, even if she’s just riffing on characters she’s played before.

  • The exhibit features works that touch on immigration, gender equality, homelessness, profiling, racial equality and LGBTQ equality.

  • Spiegelworld’s latest offering is a faux-educational experience that promises to get everyone in the audience laid.

  • Vinyl is a rarity, a really good show about music that actually has good music in it, plus characters that don’t make you groan.

  • Plus, a big metal show at Brooklyn Bowl, Brahms by the Phil and Pretty In Pink's 30th anniversary.

  • Veteran indie darlings, a reunited local six-piece and a David Bowie tribute.

  • Ryan Reynolds' passion project is a faithful adaption.

  • The result still feels like something ABC might have aired in 1997.

  • It’s possible to find a healthier balance between corporate profit and overall human happiness than the U.S. generally favors.

  • There are so many famous people who pop up for a few seconds, it could have been Celebrity Cameo: The Movie.

  • When christening a new venue, you want a band that creates buzz.

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