Project 891 Theatre Co today announced the second show of its exciting 2011-2012 season featuring…
One Night Only! COMEDIAN JEN KOBER TO PLAY CHICAGO Sunday, August 9 at The Den Theatre Benefitting Interrobang Theatre Project
Louisiana comedian JEN KOBER will bring her southern brand of down-home comedy to the Windy City for one night only on Sunday, August 9 at 7 pm for an evening benefitting Interrobang Theatre Project at The Den Theatre, 1333 N. Milwaukee Ave. in Chicago. The event will also include live jazz by Louisiana native Zakk Garner, food, a cash bar and raffle. Tickets are currently available at www.interrobangtheatre.org.
Originally from Lake Charles, Louisiana, Kober recently leapt to the national stand-up scene with her original blend of stand-up, story telling and improvised rock-n-roll comedy. Kober has also guest starred on TV’s Curb Your Enthusiasm, Treme, Real Husbands of Hollywood, Anger Management, Happy Endings, Franklin & Bash, The Mindy Project and Up All Night and appeared on the big screen in Paranoia, Grudge Match and American Pie Reunion. For additional information, visit www.jenkober.com.
Title: Comedian JEN KOBER
Location: The Den Theatre, 1333 N. Milwaukee Ave., Chicago
Date/time: Sunday, August 9 at 7 pm
Tickets: $12 in advance (online), $15 at the door. Tickets are currently available at www.interrobangtheatre.org.
About Interrobang Theatre Project
Now in its sixth season, Interrobang Theatre Project, under the artistic leadership of founder Jeffry Stanton and James Yost, has been hailed by the Chicago Tribune as a “company to watch” and by Time Out Chicago as “one of Chicago’s most promising young theatre companies.” Productions have included the world premiere of Ibsen is Dead by Calamity West; the Midwest premiere of The Argument by Gregory Moss; the Jeff Award Recommended The Pitchfork Disney, Terminus and Orange Flower Water; Speaking in Tongues, Here Lies Henry, and the critically-acclaimed Hot ‘N’ Throbbing which Time Out Chicago’s 5-star review called a “scintillating revival” and Newcity Stage exclaimed, “Interrobang Theatre Project, guns ablaze, dives headfirst into the play’s challenging themes, and offers a rare production in which every element onstage is as robust and capable as every other.”
What’s an interrobang?
An interrobang is the combination of a question mark and an exclamation point, joining the Latin for “question” (interro) with a proofreading term for “exclamation” (bang). Through the plays we produce, Interrobang Theatre Project aims to pose worthwhile and exciting questions which challenge our understanding and assumptions of who we are and the world in which we live. With our audience, we are changing our world one play at a time.
For more information, please visit www.interrobangtheatreproject.org.