Those sassy and funny gay boys Jeffrey Self and Cole Escola are in Atlanta Saturday and working hard—and late—to make you laugh. We’ve got free tickets to help.
Self and Escola of Logo’s “Jeffrey & Cole Casserole” bring their new semi-autobiographical stage show “Jeffery and Cole Make it Bigger” to Actor’s Express in two After Hours performance on Saturday.
Originally known for their viral webcam videos, the “VGL Boys” were a YouTube sensation before hitting it big on Logo. But they return to their comedic ways while in Atlanta, which also brings Self back to home. He’s a native Peach.
Read more about the boys and their show in our preview.
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