Posts Tagged ‘satire’

Hip Shot: Madam Ambassador

Fort Fringe—The Shop
Remaining Performances:
Thursday, July 18, 10 p.m.
Saturday, July 20, 2:15 p.m.
Saturday, July 27, 9:15 p.m.
They say: "He wants you for his ambassador in a great place. Valerie Butts went from a soul-killing prairie town to a swinging European capital with no money and a bumbling klutz for a husband. You can too. Find out [...]

Hip-Shot: “Unintended Consequences: Three One-Act Comedies”

Unintended Consequences: Three One-Act Comedies
Warehouse – Next Door
Remaining Performances:
Saturday, July 19 @ 8:30pm
Wednesday, July 23 @ 6:30pm
Saturday, July 26 @ 3:30pm
They say: "What the hell were they thinking? The delightfully perplexed characters in this trio of one-acts cope with the unintended consequences that ensue when the INS investigates illegal trafficking in undocumented genies, the Devil [...]


Coriolanus at Warehouse Theater Next Door
Remaining Performances:
Saturday, 7/12, 2 pm
Sunday, 7/20, 2 pm
Saturday, 7/26, 7:30 pm
They say: "In the Rude Mechanicals’ Coriolanus – Man of the People by William Shakespeare, the seldom-performed play is reinterpreted (and trimmed) for a modern audience into a sharp satire about politics and politicians. No establishment is left unlampooned, from [...]