October 19, 2012

Right Between the Ears Gets Political

Right Between the Ears will fire a comic broadside
at the 2012 presidential campaign in Electoral
Dysfunction--the award-winning comedy show's once-
every-four-year political extravaganza--Saturday,
October 27 at 8:00pm at Liberty Hall in Lawrence.

The show will take on the candidates, the
campaign, the media, celebrities and more. Among
the highlights: a visit by Michelle Obama and Ann
Romney to The Antonio Banderas Show; Pat Robertson
uses his the power of his mind to send meteors
hurtling from space on a broadcast of The 700
Club; Clint Eastwood takes on an empty chair with
his trusty .357 Magnum; Chuck Norris predicts a
thousand years of darkness if the networks don't
bring Walker, Texas Ranger; and Barack Obama and
Mitt Romney meet in a rollicking candidates
debate, moderated by cast members from Sesame

Other sketches include a new episode of Fishing
with Dwayne, featuring the stars of Here Comes
Honey Boo; Arnold Schwarzenegger's tell-all book;
and another dramatic chapter of the serial spoof
Empire Motel.

Tickets for Electoral Dysfunction show range from
$15.50 to $19.50 and are on sale now at the
Liberty Hall box office, at Ticketmaster.com and
at www.RightBetweentheEars.com.

Right Between the Ears is a four-time winner of
the Gold Medal as Best Comedy Show at the New York
Festivals, and is broadcast every week on Sirius-
XM's Comedy Showcase. The show also airs Sundays
at 7:00pm on the stations of Kansas Public Radio
(91.5, Lawrence; 89.7, Emporia; 91.3, Junction
City; 99.5 Manhattan; and 90.3 Chanute). Darrell
Brogdon is the show's creator and producer.

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