Chicken Lady at Strip Club, etc. (video)

Via on Sep 10, 2010


Remember Kids in the Hall? Stumbled upon them on Facebook, no less. Which led to tracking down these KITH skits, from the “old days.”

Galvin + the Evangelists…

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Chicken Lady at the Strip Club…

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Daddy Drank…

(NOTE: this one gave me a whole new appreciation for my dad, Mr. Teetotaler).

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Have a great weekend! Cheers!

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2 Responses to “Chicken Lady at Strip Club, etc. (video)”

  1. pauloone says:

    They were an excellent group.

  2. […] Directed by Tyler Pelo, and performed by a tremendously talented and charismatic ensemble, this particular staging of “An Adult Evening” gives us a whole new perspective on the work of Shel Silverstein. It’s hilarious at times, heartbreaking at others, and pretty much always amply uncomfortable. More than anything though, it’s truly exciting theater. I don’t want to get too ahead of myself but, the format of the play, the spot-on comedic timing of the actors combined with Pelo’s organic and insightful direction reminds me of the brilliant and dryly hysterical Kids in the Hall. […]

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