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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Relive Your F!#&ed Up Relationship This Friday

Posted on Wed, Mar 23, 2011 at 1:56 PM

COURTESY ENDGAMES IMPROV
  • Courtesy EndGames Improv
Improv is not like therapy. Except when it is.

And it doesn't provide catharsis. Except when it does. This one (we think) is both. You see, a lot of us (okay, all of us) go through fucked-up relationships at some point. And we probably ought to get therapy (or at least catharsis) but we don't.

Because, well, hey, everyone goes through fucked-up relationships, and not everyone's in therapy (although they should be) because of it. Most people just move on (or stay in the relationship) and don't need (which is to say, really need) the occasional round of catharsis. Right? (Whatever.)

Process your own sordid past while getting laughs (as well as whatever) on Friday night at Your F!#&ed Up Relationship.

It's part of EndGames Improv's F!#&ing Free Fridays series. The members of the troupe concoct a new comedy based on details provided by members of the audience -- that means your own ridiculous real relationship mistakes and mishaps. It starts late in the evening, so if you have any shame about seeking this kind of therapy, friends and co-workers who see you near the venue will probably have had too many drinks to remember. Says Peter Kim of EndGames: "You laugh, we laugh, we all hook up at the end. KIDDING! Maybe."

Your F!#&ed Up Relationship starts at 10:30 p.m. at the Alcove Theater . Admission is (F!#&ing) free.

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