written by Mario Baldessari, Matt Bassett, Michael Harris and Jim Helein
It’s a night of original sketch comedy and live music from DC’s newest theater company - “Crash of Rhinos.”
Featuring comedy sketches from the hit comedy revues “Sacred Cows,” “Fear Itself,” “The Rule of Three” and “Rated R for Romance” - as well as sketches developed specifically for this event.
Vaughn Irving appears as the evening’s musical guest, singing four original songs – including an excerpt from his upcoming Capital Fringe Festival show, “Disco Jesus and the Apostles of Funk.”
Mario Baldessari, Joshua Dick, Michael Harris, Lily Kerrigan, Hope Lambert and Doug Wilder.
► Saturday, May 18 @ 8 PM
Tickets for the show are $10 each. Tickets can be reserved in advance by sending an email to email@example.com and providing your name and the number of tickets desired. Patrons then pay cash at the door the night of the show (no checks or credit cards). Reserved tickets will be held until 15 minutes before show time - at which point they will be released to walk-in customers. All seating is general admission. Come early for the best seats. Doors open at 7 pm and refreshments will be available.
All shows are at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art’s black-box theater. Directions here.
As an accredited actor-training academy, the Conservatory operates under the oversight of the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, and the US Department of Education; and its students are eligible to receive federal student loans and grants. The Conservatory’s two-year, intensive, actor-training program – which is firmly rooted in the teachings of Michael Chekhov, Michel Saint-Denis and Constantin Stanislavsky – provides students with 1,800 hours of instruction, practice and rehearsal in 16 months. The Conservatory’s faculty consists of actors, directors and playwrights who are actively employed in the DC-area theater and film community. The Conservatory has been training people for careers in acting since 1975.