Drug Commercials, the Apocalypse & More in Short Plays on the Fringe
Drug commercials, Elvis' diet and the end of the world are all fair game in this collection of short plays written by members of LA's up and coming Fringe Theatre Company. Ever wondered just how Elvis' famed peanut-butter-and-banana sandwich came into creation? Stacy Ann Raposa posits one theory in The Sandwich. Or perhaps you've been itching to see a parody of all those mile-long lists of side effects that accompany drug commercials -- in that case, Phil Paradis has you covered in the parody, Rx Try Hilaria Now. And that's only the beginning in a showcase of comedic works that also includes fights with grocery store self-checkout scanners, all-night gas stations and so much more.
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