Annoyance Theatre to Kill a Few More People in NYC, April 30-July 17

News   Annoyance Theatre to Kill a Few More People in NYC, April 30-July 17
 
So I Killed a Few People, the Annoyance Theater hit that's been playing a long run Off-Off-Broadway at the Piano Store, will begin its final extension on April 30. The one-man show, which was first featured this past August as part of the second annual New York City International Fringe Festival, took a month off starting March 28. It will play through July 17.

So I Killed a Few People, the Annoyance Theater hit that's been playing a long run Off-Off-Broadway at the Piano Store, will begin its final extension on April 30. The one-man show, which was first featured this past August as part of the second annual New York City International Fringe Festival, took a month off starting March 28. It will play through July 17.

After that, the grisly black comedy heads across the Atlantic for a European tour produced by Martin Sutherland Production. The first stop will be London, sometime this fall.

So I Killed... was penned by Gary Ruderman and David Summers, both members of the Chicago-based Annoyance. Summers stars as Archie Nunn, a death-row inmate whose final request -- honored by the Supreme Court -- is to perform his own one-man show. Dressed in the prison uniform and under the close watch of armed guards, Nunn tells his tale of advertising, death row and Disneyworld. Ruderman directs.

Other Annoyance productions which have visited New York include The Real Live Brady Bunch and Co-Ed Prison Sluts.

For more information, call (212) 420-1466. -- By Robert Simonson

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