The sketch group rehearses the night before the opening of CONFESSIONS.
By Russ Bickerstaff
Very Busy What with things being as busy as they are this weekend, it was nice to get invited to local sketch group Broadminded’s latest show. What with things being as busy as they are this weekend, I could not, however, attend either Friday or Saturday night’s performances. The group was nice enough to let me sit in on last night’s rehearsal. I’d gone there straight from a meeting with...
Local sketch comedy group Broadminded launched its second show of the year this past weekend. Stacy Babl, Anne Graff LaDisa, Melissa Kingston and Megan McGee return in a show that mixes pre-recorded video segments with live performance. Broadminded: Now In 3-D! takes comedic aim at the mass media in more than a dozen different skits. The show’s comedy is a slightly uneven mix of quality, but even though there are moments when the “broads” fail to be funny, they never fail to be fun.
Overall this is a very good show. There are only a couple of skits in the mix that are completely . . .
The all-female sketch group Broadminded return to the Alchemist tonight at 7:30 p.m. to debut its new show, Broadminded: Now in 3-D! This time out, the “Broads” have crafted a humorous look at the mass media. Expect comedy centered around news programs, TV shows, commercials and the like, including a particularly . . .
The all-women sketch comedy troupe Broadminded continues their latest program, “Cookie!” tonight with a 7:30 p.m. performance at the Alchemist Theatre in Bay View. Among the subjects sent up in this collection of live and pre-recorded video skits is Sesame Street's beloved cookie monster, who the women suggest may have . . .