About the Show
Ever watch the tv show Shark Tank and think “That show would make a great musical!”? Well, your friends at The Annoyance did. A great cast of Annoyance regulars play your favorite sharks Mark, Daymond, Kevin, Lori, Barbara and Robert along with all kinds of characters and their crazy pitches as they try to land a deal. Come with some good ideas, because you just might find that you’re pitching, too! Never seen the show? You’ll end up a fan!
**Please note: this parody does not conform to the language requirements of the FCC for television.**
Feeling hungry? Add Dinner at Drew's!
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. Offer only valid until 10:30 pm.
(select "Dinner Package" at checkout)
Duke Harbison, Director
Came to The Annoyance in 2011 by way of Louisiana. Likes fishing, chess and cooking. Has worked on countless Annoyance productions, large naval cargo vessels and Second City’s 102nd mainstage review, “Depraved New World”.
Jennifer Estlin, Written By
Jennifer is Executive Producer of The Annoyance and has been involved in theatre and production since 1986 as both an actress and producer. Following her graduation from Northwestern University’s School of Speech in 1987, she traveled to Edinburgh Scotland with … Continue reading Jennifer Estlin
Lisa McQueen, Music by
Lisa McQueen, Music Director/Composer. Lisa has been an Ensemble Member/Music Director/Composer at Annoyance Theater for 24 years, where she composed original music for Invisible World, The Raven & The Messenger, President Bush is a Great Man, 40 Whacks, Brunch Punkx, … Continue reading Lisa McQueen
Matthew Pollack, Music Director
- Jennifer Estlin
- Dan Jessup
- Jonathan Keaton
- Ryan Livingston
- Jon Matteson
- Mick Napier
- Greg Ott
- Charles Pettitt
- Brittany Flynn
- Hannah Ingle
Media & Reviews
This is a nice theatre and bar tucked away from the rush of everyday Chicago. I’m so happy we stumbled upon it the other night. We went to go see Shark Tank the Musical and left entertained, amused, happy, and perhaps a little tipsy.
The show itself is very well written and superbly casted in all parts, especially the sharks…