Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Tickets on sale for Annoyance Theatre’s 25th Anniversary Celebration
Annoyance Theatre, the company that since the late 1980’s has brought Chicago audiences such hits as “Co-Ed Prison Sluts,” “The Real Live Brady Bunch,” “Swear Jar,” “Messing with a Friend” and this year is producing “Steamwerkz-The Musical,” “The Holy F*ck Comedy Hour,” and nearly a dozen more edgy and irreverent shows, is celebrating its 25th year.
In honor of the landmark occasion, Annoyance family from past and present are gathering and having a grand party. Annoyance’s founder and artistic director Mick Napier said, “Fans of the shows -- no matter the era -- are invited to join us. The entertainment will include actors and scenes from our classic and current line-up and it will be a great, fun night for everyone.”
Festivities are set for Saturday, August 18 at the Park West, 322 W. Armitage Ave., Chicago, according to Annoyance’s executive producer Jennifer Estlin. “Doors open at 7 p.m. for a cash bar, reminiscing and visiting," she added.
Show time is 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 each and available to those 18 years and older and can be purchased at Jam Productions.
For more information about the Annoyance, check out its website, theannoyance.com
or call 773.561.HONK (4665). The Annoyance is located at 4830 N. Broadway, in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood.