Annoyance

Baby Wine

Friday @ 10:00 | Small Theatre

$8

About the Show

Baby Wine is an all-gay improv supernova with universally relatable scene-work from a cast filled with unique points of view. Baby Wine can only be described as a fast-paced mix of complex relationships with manipulated gender roles and pop culture mayhem. Baby Wine is made up of performers with a wide range of experience in the improv community, with occasional guests including teachers, students and more!

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Add dinner on to your show ticket for $29. Head over to Drew’s on Halsted, just down Belmont, for their special pre fixe menu before or after this show.

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Media & Reviews

Chicago Reader says:

Annoyance Theatre’s weekly LGBTQ spotlight series invites queer improvisers, storytellers, stand-ups, and drag performers to get irreverent however they see fit during an easygoing late-night set. On the evening I attended, it wasn’t for a lack of time that the show’s namesake improv team had to be bumped—with the exception of Matt Hope’s delightfully unsettling Stone Cold Jane Austen, each of the openers seemed to be stammering killing time to no fruitful end. It’s a pity too; I’ve seen emcee Chris Kervick perform elsewhere, and more of his interjections and games would have been a good palate cleanser for “professional gay” Chicagoan Scott Duff’s gross Ricky Martin fellatio-fantasy bit, still for some reason in circulation.