Donny's Skybox 1608 N. Wells St. - 4th floor
Join Cake-n-Hatred and fall into the alcoholism, sexism, racism and all the other great isms of the 1960s in their second sketch comedy review MAD MIDNIGHT.
Directed by Second City alumni Anthony LeBlanc (America: All Better, Taming of the Flu), this Mad Men style show explores the themes of the 1960s, but doesn’t hold back on saying what everyone was thinking. The 1960s were a pivotal time for America, let’s pour a drink and make fun of it.
Cake-n-Hatred is a sketch comedy group comprised of three women and two men. Members have trained at The Second City Conservatory, Music Conservatory and Writing program, The Annoyance Improvisation Program and iO Improvisation Program. Established in 2009, the troupe has been performing regularly around the Chicago improv and sketch comedy scene. Recently you may have seen them at the inaugural Des Plaines Comedy Festival 2012 and closing out Chicago Sketchfest 2012. Cake-n-Hatred is a dose of semi-sweet comedy sure to rot your funny bone.
A Sixties Sketch Comedy Cocktail
Friday's @ Midnight
June 6th - July 13th
Donny's Skybox 1608 N. Wells St. Chicago, IL 60610
Tickets: $10 General*, $8 Student, $5 TC Student
www.secondcity.com or 312-337-3992
*Get the Student ticket price ($8) when you show a MAD MIDNIGHT postcard to the box office.
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