By Andrew Andrews
But we last caught Sketchy Sketch Night six months
And they did not disappoint!
Opening the show with Little Gun: The Musical, about a pro-gun high school drama team’s appearance on a television show calling for an end to gun violence, we knew that once again Wrong House would be pulling out all the stops.
In their second sketch, Improv Class, a newbie played by Sierra Hubsher joined an established troupe led by Jeremy Sapadin, where she was taunted by Jessika McQueen, Jack Creaghan, Shannon McInally and Jacob Dabby about how ugly she was.
Next up, Hubsher and Sapadin were joined by Claudia Smith, Brendan Byrne and Sam Khazai in Pizza Delivery, in which a demented homebody demands entertainment from a group of delivery people before
Before “intermission,” Hank and the Broads brought Alyssa Abraham and Megan Abell back to the stage for the first time since the opening musical. In this sketch, a husband verbally abuses his wife and her “cake party” guests on the set of a disturbing sitcom, until the wife can’t take anymore, and her guests and the audience encourage
Now, about that “intermission.”
To the best of our knowledge, even SNL doesn’t treat its audience
Model U.N. was next, in which teacher Luz Ozuna graded a presentation by two high school students about Chad, with the students insisting that everyone with that given name must be considered a
In Fight Your Dad, a disturbing game show purporting to offer a father-son bonding experience becomes even more disturbing when a single mom disguises herself as a man so she and her daughter can participate.
And lastly, in Costume Controversy, four people dressed as singer Pit Bull had to prove themselves worthy of the costume by
If you attended the show, then you know there was one more sketch that
Saving the best for last (judging by audience response),
With nine quality sketches followed by a dance party (with a dirt-cheap, donation-
There’s still time for you to attend this evening,
And when the party’s over and you’ve sobered up, come on back here and let us know which sketches were
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Andrew Andrews attended Sketchy Weekend at TADA! Youth Theater in New York on Friday, September 21, 2018 @ 12:34pm to write this review.