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.
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.

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