Pocket Theater


PREVIEW Questionable Content- A Comedy Panel Show

The hit comedy panel show, Questionable Content, returns to the friendly confines of The Pocket Theater on Friday, February 17th at 8:30pm. Questionable Content brings a cavalcade of comedians, performers and artists to compete in an uproarious battle of wit, deception and knowledge of off-beat pop culture and news.


Two Man Tempest

The Pocket Theater’s Two Man Tempest, though ambitious, fails to take the viewer by storm.
Two Man Tempest parodies Shakespeare’s classic story of magic, romance, and revenge. The 45-minute show, performed by Kendall Uyeji, Danny Lacker, and audience volunteers, is clearly the result of a lot of hard work. It features several rapid costume changes, puppetry, rap, and water guns, and leaves the actors visibly drenched in sweat before the end of Act 2. Despite the effort, these technical elements do little to make the show enjoyable. The script doesn’t pick up the slack. The jokes are weak, and they aren’t helped by the actors’ delivery or inability to stay in character.



How much are we willing to sacrifice for those we love? That’s the question Euripides’s rarely performed Alcestis asks us to consider. The Irrational Robot Bureau’s production, directed and adapted by Adrian D. Cameron, presents the thought-provoking story of a queen who has sworn to die for her husband in a far more entertaining and accessible way than most versions of ancient Greek tragedies you’re likely to see.

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