Friday, September 28, 2012

No one is safe from the The Satire Diaries

Opening at Threshold this weekend

Posted by Libby Conwell on Fri, Sep 28, 2012 at 4:00 AM

Called “a show for anyone guilty of contributing to the 21st century,” The Satire Diaries: Too Stupid to Fail mocks everything from politics and the arts to dating and movies. Nothing is out of bounds in this roast-a-thon. Some of the award-winning sketches will include The CliffsNotes version of The Wizard of Oz, Kermit the Frog getting real, and an operetta about human fertilization.

The musical revue will feature Emily Giant, Christina Leidel, Sam Jackel and Stan Gill. Starting this Friday, the show will hit The Threshold Repertory Theatre over the next two weekends. After a brief break, the satire will be back in town at the end of October and first weekends of November at the Creative Spark Center for the Arts. Tickets are $22 general admission and $19 for students, seniors and educators. Call (843) 881-3780 or visit creativespark.org for ticketing information.

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