The Second City Does Dallas: Sketch Comedy Skewers the Big D
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The last date listed for The Second City Does Dallas was Saturday October 6, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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The ballet goes burlesque! Written by Mark-Brian Sonna, A Bur-Less-Q Nutcracker finds the ladies of a local book club in dire need of cash. To that end, the club decides to stage Tchaikovsky's famous ballet as a fundraiser. But thanks to a disastrous piña colada casserole at a pre-show party, the hired cast of ballet dancers falls ill and the ladies are forced to re-cast the show with members of a stranded burlesque troupe that happens to be stuck in town. The ensuing performance by the Velvet Kittens might not feature any nudity, but it does contain a festive string of sexual puns, adult language and bump-and-grind dance numbers. The production is recommended for mature audiences in the mood for a seasonal send-up. Learn More
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Great combination of skits and improv. Talented performers. Some of the humor a little forced but overall very enjoyable and about a 7 - 8 on the guffawmeter. Seating for the floor in easy chairs and oveseats / sofas made it very enjoyable as well.
This show contains adult themes and language. Parental discretion is advised.
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