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Evil Clowns Have Feelings, Too
Friday, May 3, 2019 8:00 pm - May 11 8:00 pm EDT

Duration: 1 wk 1 day 0 hr
Where: The Producer's Club
Calendar: Member Calendar
Categories: Commercial Events
Contact: Nannette Deasy, 646-620-5051 , email

When their car breaks down in the woods, the Poolander's family vacation comes to a screeching halt, forcing them to seek refuge in an old cabin in the woods until help arrives. Little do they know, that a bunch of evil clowns own the cabin and are having a really, really bad day. Join the IRTE jesters, fools and jokers in this improvised and totally terrifying family comedy Original Concept by Izzy Church Directed by Nannette Deasy Starring: Robert Baumgardner, Tony Bozanich, Izzy Church, Natalie Hunter, Sam Katz, Claire Kraus, Ryan Lea and Jamie Maloney Featuring live music by Mr. David Jay Technical Director: Bill Berg WHEN: Fridays & Saturdays May 3, 4, 10 & 11 TIME: 8:00pm WHERE: The Producers Club, 358 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036 Tickets $15 Online, $17 at the door Season Pass and Group Discounts Available Praise for IRTE ·Winner: “Artists Whose Work Made Me Laugh The Most” Award at the 2017 Asheville Fringe Arts Festival ·Winner: 2014 SHITFA (Supreme Honorary Improvised Theater & Film Award) from Unscripted New York Improvised Theatre and Film Festival ·Nominated for Outstanding MITF/Variety Performance for HAPPY BIRTHDAY, STUPID KID! at the Midtown International Theatre Festival 2017 ·Nominated for Outstanding MITF/Variety Performance for DIG at the Midtown International Theatre Festival 2016 "...surprise-a-minute..." Jay Lloyd, CBS Philly, KYW News Radio "...raucous and a hell of a lot of fun." Hi Drama "Pleasurable, funny, artfully crafted and fast paced..." Michael D’Antoni, Outerstage “...wildly unique and wildly funny shows." Natasha Dawsen, Drama Queens ”...pure fun.” Anthony J. Piccione, OnStage Blog "...theatre-goers will have a phenomenal time." Amy Carothers, NYC Travels. Parental discretion is advised as Improv can be -well- spontaneous. Theater is not wheelchair accessible. Entrance into theater is up a flight of stairs

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