Polish Joke by David Ives
March 9 – 25, 2018
In this comedy about ethnic identity and the eternal American search to belong, Jasiu, a Polish-American who has been taught not to value his own roots, decides to make his own. His adventures – alternately zany and heartbreaking – help him discover who he is and what it means to be a Pole.
“…furiously funny [and] endearingly foolish.” – NY Magazine
Fridays and Saturdays: 8 PM
Sundays: 2 pm
Groups: $19 (for groups of 10 or more)
All seating is reserved
Polish Joke is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.
Lights! Camera! SATIRE! Get your clapper boards ready as we rummage through the reels and flick through the films in this riotous carnival of the classics in this seriously silly show biz satire. Hilarity ensues as 3 men condense the 187 greatest movies of all time in under two hours(ish). It’s the greatest blockbuster never made. “A hilarious and speedy take on Hollywood’s highs and lows. I loved it! An instant classic!”-B B C. “COMPLETELY HOLLYWOOD (abridged), is witty and wonderful, wowing audiences with its skillful skewering of American cinema.”-Backstage. “You’ll nearly fall out of your theater seat laughing. Spectacularly high energy…an absolute scream!”-The Arizona Republic
Looking for three men, aged 30-50. English accents a plus, but not required. Auditions will consist of readings from script, impressions and improv.