Outcast productions presents “annoyance” beginning march 16th

by Carolyn Tamler 13th March 2018


 

By Carolyn Tamler

 

"The edgy, physical, over-the-top comedy brought gales of laughter from audiences. The enthusiastic applause at the end of each performance left no doubt that this adult comedy was a hit!" - Charlie Tyler, Boca Beacon

 

Outcast Productions begins its 8th season with Annoyance, a comedy by Sam Brobick, which opens on March 16th and plays for three weekends at the Outcast Theater at the Fairgrounds. The show is directed by Sandy K. O’Brien.

 

Everyone experiences annoying people in their lives. This is the feeling you get when someone makes you feel angry or impatient (of course, you can also be annoying to someone else).

 

In this comedy, a very annoying man goes to see two therapists with the hopes of becoming less annoying; he ends up driving them both over the edge. First, he goes to see a woman therapist; and drives her crazy. Then, he goes to see her husband, who is also a therapist, and drives him batty. In the third scene, he goes to see both therapists who decide to take drastic measures to rid the world of this obnoxious (and very annoying) man.

 

Of course it doesn't go as planned.

 

Show times are 7:30 p.m., March 16, 17, 23, 24, 29, 30 and 31; with a Sunday matinee on March 25 at 4:00 p.m. Tickets are $18 for adults; $14 for students and seniors, and a special $12 performance on March 29. Order on line from www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3346537, or email Outcast Productions at ocp@whidbey.com to reserve tickets and pay at the door by cash or check.

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Tuesday, 13th March 2018, 08:11pm.
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