KANSAS CITY, MO – Those award-winning radio
farceurs Right Between the Ears will invade the
KC Fringe Festival with "Electoral Dysfunction
2016", a high-octane spoof of this summer's
free swinging presidential campaign, with five
performances at the H&R Block City Stage in
Union Station beginning Saturday, July 23.
Shows are scheduled at the following
Saturday, July 23 - 9:00pm
Sunday, July 24 - 3:00pm
Monday, July 25 - 6:00pm
Thursday, July 28 - 9:00pm
Saturday, July 30 - 7:30pm
Cast members for Electoral Dysfunction are
David Greusel, Brie Henderseon, John Jessup,
David Martin, Andi Meyer and Kip Niven. Live
sound effects, from door slams to chain saws to
crashes, will be performed by Mary Ellen
Tickets are $10.00 with a Fringe button.
Fringe buttons are $5.00 and will be available
at the theatre or at http://www.kcfringe.org/.
Tickets can be purchased online at
What to expect from a Right Between the Ears
show spoofing the presidential campaign?
According to series producer/writer Darrell
Brogdon, it's to be "an equal opportunity
satire", poking fun at all sides – from Donald
Trump, who wants to build a wall with his tiny
hands to Hillary Clinton's email trouble to
Bernie Sanders, who just wants you to get off
his damn lawn.
The KC Fringe Festival is jam-packed with live
theater, dance, performance art, visual art,
spoken word, puppetry, storytelling, film and
fashion. The 2016 festival, like its
predecessors, is a celebration of local,
regional and national artists, presenting
events at venues throughout Kansas City.
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
Kansas Public Radio stations.
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