The Magnetic Theatre is hosting its first ever outdoor show, Crimes, Missed Demeanings, and Videotape.

The first live stage production since March, this third installment of Magnetic Theatre’s unique sketch comedy revue takes inspiration from the uncompromising absurdity of Monty Python’s Flying Circus, The Carol Burnette Show, and Classic Saturday Night Live.

Directed by Rodney Smith (Full-Tilt Boogie at the Big Bang Diner, The SuperHappy Radio Hour), with original material from a brilliant pack of zany minds, this live, outdoor performance features an ensemble cast of accomplished and diverse stage actors. This totally “ready for prime-time” show will leave you rolling in the aisles, or rather, in the parking lot.

This will be a safe, socially distanced event with masks, temperature checks, and options to watch the show from a lawn chair (brought from home) or from the safety of your car. We can’t wait to commune with you, in person, and laugh our faces off in the process!

Written by: Adam Arthur, Anne Dickens, Stewart Goldstein, Tony Rivera, Ashley Scronce, Rodney Smith

Featuring: George Awad, Sonia D’Andrea, Sarah Felmet, Darren Marshall, Jason Phillips, Rodney Smith

Crimes, Missed Demeanings, and Videotape will be presented live in the parking lot of The Matt and Molly Team at Keller Williams, 86 Asheland Ave. on the South Slope in downtown Asheville.

Performances are Sept. 25-27, Friday and Saturday at 6:30 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. Limited seating is $25 per person for up-front Lawn Viewing (BYO Chair) or $30 per carload for slightly-more-socially-distant Parked Viewing.

Member discounts are available for both ticket types. Find more information, and sign up to see the show at www.themagnetictheatre.org.

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