Oct. 14 – Nov. 6 7:00 PM Bryant-Lake Bowl Buy Tickets
The company that brought you Department of Redundancy Department and Push Button Get Bacon brings you a new satirical comedy that dares to ask:
Do we need 27 different varieties of Oreos? Do we long for change yet fear something new? Is it okay to play with your Tasseled Wobbegong? It’s nice having choice, but too many options is just plain hell.
Online medical diagnoses, fast food value menus, presidential elections, homophones … just a few of the reasons Why We Can’t Have Nice Things.
Caveat Emptor? Nah. Unless you don’t like “funny, clever, sketch comedy, perhaps like what Saturday Night Live is supposed to be” (Cherry and Spoon). If that’s the case, you’ll have to deal with that analysis paralysis on your own because they’re not psychologists (well, one of them is).
“Satire aficionados know The Recovery Party can be thought of as the Mensa Society for local comics”
“Sharp social satire with occasional flights into the absurd.”
“This is smart laugh-out-loud satire. The writing and execution are as clever as you’ll find anywhere. Anywhere!”
“Incredible … Quick-witted and funny.”
Workshopped and Performed by:
Jeffrey Cloninger Jim Robinson Dennis Curley
Written and Directed by:
Friday and Saturday, Oct 14-15, 7:00 PM
Friday and Saturday, Oct 21, 7:00 PM
Friday – Sunday, Nov 3-6, 7:00 PM
$15/$13 in advance or with Fringe button