Sunday, October 19, 2008

Tantrum plays TWICE in November

First up: Last chance to see Tantrum: Making a Scene
Tantrum's last show at the KC Public Library, Plaza Branch (4801 Main) is Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 7pm. The show is free, the wine bar is cash only and the space is terrific. Don't miss it.

Then: It's Tantrum + The Union
You know that point during the Thanksgiving weekend where you realize you MUST. GET. OUT. OF. THE. HOUSE? We've got somewhere for you to go. And it doesn't even conflict with any MEANINGFUL football (i.e. KU, MU or UT).

Friday, Nov. 28, at 8om, KC's Tantrum and Chicago's The Union take the stage at the Westport Coffeehouse Theatre. The Union features KC's own Corey Rittmaster and Monique Madrid, now making the funny in Chicago. The Express Milwaukee says this about their sketch show: "Sharp writing was delivered impeccably."

Tickets are 10 bucks. Doors open at 7:30. Everyone goes to McCoy's (or The Foundry) after.

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