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Annoyance Theater, Chicago

The Annoyance began with the long-running Co-ed Prison Sluts, which set the tone for what followed: fun, original shows with equal parts ironic kitsch and cheerful shock, led by Mick Napier, who directed some of Second City's best shows.

The Annoyance began with the long-running Co-ed Prison Sluts, which set the tone for what followed: fun, original shows with equal parts ironic kitsch and cheerful shock, led by Mick Napier, who directed some of Second City's best shows. The Annoyance is also one of the major training centers for comedy students in Chicago.


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16:00

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18:00

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About Annoyance Theater

 4830 North Broadway, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 773-561-4664

 www.annoyanceproductions.com

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The People's Music School

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Black Ensemble Theater

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Swedish American Museum Center

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