Sketchy Spring

Game show host Shannon McInally presents a loser boyfriend portrayed by Brendan Byrne to contestants Alyssa Abraham, Jessika McQueen and Anique Clements in "Can You Save Him," the final sketch in Wrong House Productions’ Sketchy Spring.
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Sketch comedy shorts woven together in the style of Saturday Night Live from one of New York’s most talented theatre companies. And did I mention there’s always Jello shots?

By Andrew Andrews

Hooray! It’s time for another of Wrong House Productions’ twice-yearly sketch nights: a dozen or so sketch comedy shorts woven together in the style of Saturday Night Live from one of New York’s most talented theatre companies: the entire crew divides up the responsibilities of producing, writing, directing and (of course) performing in the set of sketches. As if that wasn’t enough: in the “off season” they also bring us more serious works with themes well-suited to millennial concerns, such as Really Really two years ago and, more recently, the impeccable 36 Juniper.

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Andrew Andrews attended Sketchy Spring at TADA! Youth Theater Third Floor in New York on Saturday, April 27, 2019 @ 8:00pm to write this review.