Where else can you see: Obama "after dark," a sneak peak at the VP debate, Scooby Doo and the gang at the DNC, John Edwards' blind date, and get a run-down of the last eight years in five minutes? Not to mention
Jones in his underwear? Well OK, you can see that last one just about anywhere, but still...
THE NONPROPHETS participate in St. Louis' Political Theater Festival with their hit politically themed comedy show, the Patriotic Freedom Bingo Machine! Hosted by Chris "Mr." Jones.
WHO: The NonProphet Theater Company’s comedy show, The Militant Propaganda Bingo Machine!
WHAT: Critically acclaimed St. Louis!, right here in
WHEN: Friday, September 5 at 8:00pm
WHERE: Off Broadway,
HOW (MUCH): $10
WHY: Take part in laughing at the political foibles of late!
This is part of the city-wide Political Theater Festival, which runs from August to November. -- On Friday, September 5, The NonProphet Theater Company returns to Off Broadway with a patriotic version of their hit sketch comedy show, The Militant Propaganda Bingo Machine!
Reservations are not necessary, but more info can be obtained by visiting our website at http://www.nptco.org or by calling .
The sketch show takes 24 original sketches and pits them against the backdrop of a twisted bingo game in which the audience controls the order of the show, and prizes are won by a lucky few. The show is a non-stop evening of break-neck comedy that will leave you exhausted and hoarse by night's end.
Off Broadway (located at 3509 Lemp Avenue in the Historic Cherokee-Lemp District in South City) is one of St. Louis' legendary music venues and boasts some of the best bartenders and ambiance in town. The bar, which recently went smoke-free, hearkens back the atmosphere created by the NonProphets' previous home, the late, lamented Hi Pointe Café. Off Broadway is a 21+ venue
Directing the show will be NonProphet founder and Artistic Director Robert A. Mitchell, and cast members include: Brendan Allen, Nicole Angeli, Aaron Orion Baker, Jonathan Ellison, Chris "Mr." Jones, Theresa Masters, Ben Ritchie, Suzanne Roussin, Adam Thenhaus, Corey Stulce and B. Weller.