SUMMER MOCKBUSTER Sketch Comedy Show on June 16

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Yes, summer brings with it heat, humidity, Reds Baseball, and — in a cruel joke from Mother Nature — cicadas four years early. But it also brings with it explosions, giant robots, superheroes, and mutant animal hybrids.

On the big screen, that is.

On Friday, June 16th, The Company will celebrate the tradition of summer blockbusters. A tradition that started with a giant shark named Bruce, and will continue until like … Transformers 27 or something. SUMMER MOCKBUSTER is an all-original live sketch comedy show, featuring new sketches written by The Company members, along with some classic movie-themed favorites from our archives.

We will be performing at the wonderful Lindner Event Center at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center Annex (6620 Montgomery Rd., at the corner of Montgomery and Kennedy). Doors open at 7:30, and the show starts at 8. Tickets are only $10, and feel free to BYOB (but there will be some treats and things for purchase).
Tickets are available at the door for CASH ONLY, or on our website ( with credit card or Paypal. So get your tickets now, and come ready to laugh with The Company. We’re gonna make it a thing.

(Please note that the show will feature adult humor and will not be suitable for children or anyone that might be offended by crude jokes and profanity.)

Directed by Colin Cronin


  • Brandon Dunphy
  • Jonathan Eckman
  • Chris Lannan
  • Colleen McElroy
  • Stephanie Mooney
  • Lora “Lolo” Pateras
  • Mike Pateras
  • Jon Scheiding
  • Ashley Lynn Wilson

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