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There's a Monster in the Well! by respected sketch comedy group, Bitter Show.

There's a Monster in the Well!

by respected sketch comedy group, Bitter Show

WHAT: This SF Fringe 2008 show reunites members of once-popular San Francisco sketch comedy groups, Please Leave the Bronx and The Fresh Robots (both performed at the first SF Sketchfest), as well as a geniune actor and a pregnant Devil-ette.

What happens after Chuck Norris fights a government-created killing machine, who just happens to be invincible, and then chucks him into a well? Hilarity happens. Then it mows a tasty breakfast burrito. And then it peeks up the skirt of a Jews for Jesus cheerleader. And then it really wants to hear the new Frankie Goes to Hollywood album, the double record one. And then it decides to stop using the word "bush" to talk about a you-know-what because of you-know-who. Hilarity is freaking busy. Plus we guarantee a monster in the well onstage for the entire show, commenting on the hot action.


INTERVIEW: Listen to Melinda Bailey of Bitter Show talk to Michael Rice on Cook on The Cool as Hell Theater Show.


Bitter Show
is a loosely formed group of sketch comics, a pregnant go-go dancer and serious actors thirsty for nug money. There's a Monster in the Well stars Colin Mahan as Chuck Norris and Stefin Collins as the monster. Featuring Mike Spiegelman, Leslie VanEvery, The Dave and introducing Melinda Bailey as the nurse.

WHEN: Fridays and Saturdays, September 5th and 6th, 12th and 13rd 10PM

WHERE: Off-Market Theater, Stage 205, 965 Mission Street, Second Floor, San Francisco, CA 94103


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Conveniently located one block away at the 5th and Mission Street parking garage.

Exit Powell Street Station, walk one block down 5th Street towards Mission Street, take a right on Mission Street (at the SF Chronicle Building) walking towards 6th Street. 965 Mission is located on the left side of the street.

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