Killing My Lobster Goes Undercover: The Popular Sketch Comedy Group Tackles Espionage
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Prepare for a raucous and raw night of laughs as the Wild 94.9 Comedy Jam brings some of the biggest names in comedy to the Shoreline Amphitheatre. Leading the way are Shawn & Marlon Wayans, part of the Wayans family dynasty and stars of Scary Movie and Scary Movie 2. Joining them at the top of the bill is rapidly rising star Hannibal Buress (Broad City), whose deadpan style produces huge laughs. In addition, you'll hear hilarious sets from Corey Holcomb, Lavell Crawford, Donnell Rawlings, DeRay Davis, Steve Trevino, Dillon Garcia and Stroy Moyd. Learn More
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Like SNL - some sketches were laugh out loud funny and some not so much. The second half is better than the first half - so don't be tempted to leave at intermission if you think things are a bit slow. For the price of a movie ticket (through Goldstar) this is a fun, entertaining night out.
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While the concept was good, and the set was good and the musical accompaniment was good, the skits by and large fell flat. Even diehard KML fans stopped laughing at the end of each scene. We left at the intermission.
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A world-premiere production
Killing My Lobster Goes Undercover was conceived and directed by KML members Annie O’Rourke and Ken Slattery, two comedians who came to KML through the group’s sketch writing classes. They make their sketch comedy directing debut with this production.
“There’s lots to explore in the world of espionage,” say O’Rourke and Slattery. “Secrets, disguises, unbreakable codes, government and corporate espionage, stalking, Googling…. The potential for comic situations is immense.”