THE PRACTICAL THEATRE CO. & EVANSTON’S OWN STUDIO5
PRESENT 5 NIGHTS OF SMART, SEXY & SATIRIC COMEDY & MUSIC,
“VIC & PAUL & DANA’S POST-PANDEMIC REVUE” –
STAGED LIVE AND COVID-SAFE FROM DECEMBER 29th TO JANUARY 2nd.
It’s time again for classic improvisational sketch comedy.
Time to get out of the house and gather in a comfortable cabaret with fellow human beings for a memorable evening of laughter, music, and adult beverage
The Practical Theatre returns to the Chicago area with the latest in a series of hit holiday shows, “Vic & Paul & Dana’s Post-Pandemic Revue,” starring writer-actors Victoria Zielinski, Dana Olsen, and PTC co-founder, Paul Barrosse.
Great, groovy music is provided by PTC musical director and Studio5 impresario Steve Rashid and his Studio5 All-Stars: Rockin’ Ronny Crawford on drums, Jim Cox on bass, and Don Stiernberg on every stringed instrument known to man.
“Vic & Paul & Dana’s Post-Pandemic Revue” is a smart comedy cocktail, mixing sex, music, variety and vaudeville — while stirring in everything from marriage to quarantine to cancel culture, conspiracy, climate change, Olympian gods, William Shakespeare, Rod McKuen, Looney Tunes — and the fragility of major appliances. It’s an intoxicating comic combination!
There’s no better place to enjoy a comedy revue with your favorite friends than Evanston’s own Studio5, which has comfortable, socially distanced seating, state of the art sound and lights, and acres of free parking
Proof of vaccination is required. Studio5 will observe the mask rules in effect Dec. 29 to Jan. 2. Socially distanced seating means limited seating — so getyour tickets now!
Operated by Bea and Steve Rashid, Studio5 is located at 1934 Dempster Street in Evanston. (It’s on the southwest corner of Dempster and Dodge, adjacent to Dance Center Evanston.) Website at: https://www.studio5.dance
3 responses to “Practical Theatre Comedy Fun in Evanston for the Holidays!”
So cool you guys are doing this.
Sent from my iPhone
Love the pics.
Wish there was a virtual option for us out-of-towners. Perhaps a tape of it available later?