OUTLAW, KANSAS Returns to the PIT, 10/25
Outlaw, Kansas - an Old West sketch show about murder, betrayal and why your job sucks - returns to The Peoples' Improv Theatre on Friday, October 25th, 2013 at 7:00pm.
If so many Westerns are about staying free and the good guys always win...then why do we all work in cubicles for incompetent bosses?
Outlaw, Kansas - a narrative sketch comedy written by Upright Citizens Brigade veteran Alex Kane and directed by Geoff Garlock - answers that question. It tells the tale of Lonesome Bill Whitlock, the gunfighter who came to town in 1870 to save the residents of Outlaw from the horrors of boring office life. His is a tale of murder, betrayal, annoying coworkers, incompetent middle managers, and work-induced sexual dysfunction.
Following a sell-out, explosive performance at the New York City Sketch Festival, Outlaw, Kansas returns to the PIT. With a cast of talented, trained performers, Outlaw, Kansas continues to the fight against oppression and quarterly evaluations.
Tickets are $8. For more information, visit http://thepit-nyc.com/show/outlaw-kansas-2/.
THE CAST: Marcus Bishop-Wright (UCB Theatre, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Late Night With Conan O'Brien) as Lonesome Bill Whitlock, Kaitlin Fontana (Breakfast for Dinner, Cagey, CTV's The Party) as Katharine, Davram Stiefler (UCB Theatre, Occupy Occupy Wall Street) as The Narrator, Timothy Dunn (UCB Theatre, Animal Planet's Pet-O-Rama, Late Night With Conan O'Brien) as The Sheriff, Noah Plener (Indian Summer, Ready or Not) as Mad Dog Matthew Anderson, Rob Webber as Captain Elias T Stewart (UCB Theatre, Risky Bottom, College Humor), and Damian Chadwick (UCB Theatre) as Darren.
ABOUT THE WRITER: Alex Kane is a 5-year veteran of UCB's Maude Night, writing for Gunderson, Mixtape '98, Gorilla Gorilla, and Gramps. His work can be found on McSweeney's Internet Tendency and The McSweeney's Book of Politics and Musicals. He currently writes for the monthly Brooklyn-based Late Night Basement with Chris to The Peoples Improv Theater.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR: Geoff Garlock is a writer/performer who has been studying/performing at UCB since 2002. He was a sketch writer on one of the original UCB Maude Teams, iBadger. Geoff also wrote and performed in the horror based sketch show "I LAUGHED UNTIL I DIED" and co-wrote and starred in the show "Gettin' Quaid," both of which had successful runs at the UCB Theatre.