If you’ve seen improv in Chicago, you’ve probably seen consummate performer Kate Duffy. She’s one-fourth of “the best all-female improv group in Chicago” (Chicago Reader), she’s performed all over the Midwest, and she is one seriously funny lady. Now she’s pulling out all the stops in her first hilarious solo show, and it is a wonderful kaleidoscope of people coming apart at the seams.
BUCKLE: A One-Woman Emotional Car Wreck is a pile-up of out of control characters speeding along the highway of bad judgment. Duffy and savvy director Scott Goldstein delve in to their interwoven lives, each one broken in their own way and struggling to rectify loss of relationships, youth, loved ones, or aspirations for the future. In this world, empty nest syndrome is paralyzing, precocious pre-teens crush the hopes for post-divorce dating, cops lose their power, and the asparagus never gets steamed.
BUCKLE: A One-Woman Emotional Car Wreck is written and performed by Kate Duffy and directed by Scott Goldstein.
Sundays @ 9:30pm, November 21—December 26. (No Show December 12)
The Annoyance Theatre & Bar, 4830 N Broadway (just north of Lawrence Ave), Chicago, IL 60640.
$10 tickets will be available at 773.561.4665 or TheAnnoyance.com.
For more information, visit TheAnnoyance.com.