Outlaw, Kansas / Snack BoysSaturday, Oct 05, 2013 9:30pm
$8 / $50 Festival Pass
Outlaw, Kansas is an Old West sketch show that tells the story of Lonesome Bill Whitlock. A gunfighter who fought to save one town from boring office jobs. Other characters include the guitar-playing IT specialist narrator, an evil cat-obsessed oil baron, an emotionally repressed henchman, and a fair-haired maiden who is pretty tired of everyone else's shit. Outlaw, Kansas is Marcus Bishop-Wright, Kaitlin Fontana, Rob Webber, Davram Stiefler, Tim Dunn, Eddie Dunn, Noah Plener, and Alex Kane. High octane acrobatic mischief with a hint of desperation. If The Snack Boys were in high school they would constantly be in ISS (In School Suspension). The Snack Boys are the Will Smith and Jeff Goldblum of the Chicago sketch comedy scene. They have performed to sold out crowds at the i.O. Theater, had successful runs at the Public House Theatre, and a critically acclaimed show at the 2013 Chicago Sketchfest. Which included an appearance on WGN-TV where celebrated comedian and friend of Conan O'brien, Dion Cole, reacted to our comedy sketch with body language that read "I don't like or understand this." The Snack Boys like to treat their audiences like a sick, disgusting, elderly dog. Grounded scene work is the bitter tasting dog medicine that they hide in the ice cream of funny voices, pratfalls, adult diapers, fake guns, and disgusting on-stage food challenges. Please give them a chance to heal you, NYC... you disgusting, elderly dog. The Snack Boys are Adam Levin and Mike Migdall.