It’s closing weekend of A Series of Random at Under The Gun Theater. It’s an original sketch comedy show about the everyday struggles of ordinary people to get along and understand each other.
Here is what the Chicago Reader had to say about the show:
The modestly, beautifully drawn characters evoke a swarm of puzzled people dealing with not-so-delicate moral complications, like a group of employees trying to determine what sorts of racist or racy jokes they can get away with at work. The only concentrated doses of randomness come from a recurring gag about auditions for a Star Wars play based on a wacky summary by a woman who hasn’t seen the movies. Mishu Hilmy’s would-be Obi-Wan, his face contorted into Edvard Munch’s “The Scream,” is something I happily cannot unsee. —Jena Cutie
The last two performances are tonight and tomorrow at 7:30pm. Tickets are $12. Photo by Jerry Schulman.