Can FOIA be funny? Curtis Raye thinks so. He has created a comedy show celebrating the quirky, off-the-wall records he and others have found through the Freedom of Information Act.
Raye, a writer and former improv teacher, says he created “FOIA Love: A Comedy Show About Public Records” after spending nearly a year working as a field organizer for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign.
He has performed the show in New York and Philadelphia and plans to make his Washington D.C. debut on Dec. 14. I interviewed Raye by email to find out more about the show, how he finds the records and whether he includes any of Clinton’s emails in his act.
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