Best Church of God -- A Satirical Send-Up of Christianity
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Renowned for their highly physical comedy and lightning-quick character changes, The Pajama Men (who do in fact perform in their PJs) are bringing their latest show -- the critically acclaimed Just the Two of Each of Us -- to Chicago. After sold-out runs everywhere from London to Australia, this award-winning comedy duo brings a slew of new characters to UP Comedy Club in a show filled with seemingly unrelated storylines that miraculously collide by its conclusion. Featuring characters like Beulah (who will go so far as to eat a spider if it means getting to hang with the cool kids), Nadine (who has recently lost an arm to a beast and would very much like it back) and a procrastinating King (who has "only" 700 years to get his act together and save the world), Just the Two of Each of Us is a crazy night of comedy that you won't soon forget. Learn More
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The show was at least entertaining. The political stuff hit harder than the religious satire. There were laugh out loud moments and the audience participation was mostly fine/not too much of a pain. Worth the Goldstar price. There were several repeat viewers at this performance--I can't see a need for seeing it again though.
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“Smart writing and deadpan social commentary” —NBC Chicago
With a unique brand of live fundamentalist Christianity and an extensive, interactive website, this hard-hitting satire of religion has been turning heads since its inception. Hailed by the Chicago Reader as “The Best Sketch Show in Chicago” and by Time Out, The Onion, and NBC Chicago as a “must see,” BCOG is the only church God goes to.
Feature articles in the Sun-Times and_ Chicago Tribune_ have documented BCOG’s trademark exorcisms, PowerPrayers, sermons, religious puppet shows, miraculous transubstantiations (delicious!), original hymns and occasional live devil wrestling matches.