Friday, April 17, 2009

Friday: Attack of the Plugosaurus

Oh yeah, baby. Daddy's got a show. I know because I'm spending my weekend frantically trying to fix a post that was accidentally destroyed when one of our actors 'rehearsed the shit' out of it on Wednesday.

Of course, this can mean only one thing for this little old blog:


Next Friday is the opening night for Robot vs. Dinosaur's newest Sketch Comedy Manifesto:

¡Run, palindrome, nuR!

Take a moment to clean up where you wet yourself from excitement, and then...

Dig: Postcard, which I hand made:

Dig: Press Release written by the witty and talented Ms. Catherine Monahan:

CHICAGO, Il. – When it comes to sketch comedy, six people on stage is
funny. Eighteen people, on the other hand, is mass chaos. It’s also the formula
for Robot vs. Dinosaur’s new show, “¡Run, palindrome, nuR!: An Experiment in
Numbers,” which runs Fridays at 7:30 p.m., from April 24 through May 22 at
Donny’s Skybox Theatre.

“¡Run, palindrome, nuR!,” the latest production from the Chicago-based
sketch writing group, throws caution, logic and safety to the wind, jamming 18
performers onto the Skybox stage, cramming them into sketches and hoping for the
best. The end result? A novel sketch revue that broaches a wide range of topics,
from speed dating and folklore legends to the illicit fondling of city property.

Tickets are $12 for general admission, $10 for students and $6 for Second
City Training Center students. They’re available now by phone at 312.337.3992 or
online at
Donny’s Skybox Theatre is located at 1608 North Wells Street.

Professional. What up?

Dig: It's gonna be a kickass awesome fun loving rollicking adjective of a good time. Oh yeah, baby.

Oh, and if you come to one of the first two shows, you'll get to see me act in it too.

Oh yeah, baby. Oh yeah.

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