Huggable Riot is honored to announce the opening of it’s 20th revue, Majority Minority, at The Annoyance Theater and Bar on Wednesday, September 5. Featuring an ethnically diverse cast, Majority Minority sets out to celebrate anyone who identifies as “other” while lampooning the ludicrous things white people get away with and to prove that brown people just know how to cook out better. This show, seemingly ripped from today’s ludicrous headlines, takes you to bizarre places including the secret lair of a cake boss who only bakes for the LGBTQ community and invites you to witness the inanity of situations like the crooked town hall meeting of a small Indiana community.
Majority Minority is directed by first time Huggable Riot director Danny Bischoff with music direction by Tony Belsito and stage managed by Jessica Thomas. Huggable Riot brings back writer/performer KJ Snyder and welcomes Hannah Baker, Nate Fleming, Nikki Kanjiani, Anthony Medina, and Donovan Mullings to the ensemble.
The show opens on Wednesday, September 5 at 8 pm at The Annoyance Theatre & Bar, located at 851 W Belmont. Majority Minority also performs on Wednesdays September 12, 26, and October 3. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at day of show. Show time is approximately one hour. Tickets are available at www.theannoyance.com.
About Huggable Riot – Formed by Amy Anderson and Hunter Larrison, Huggable Riot is comprised of various actors, writers, and improvisers based in the Chicago area. Huggable Riot has produced 20 original revues, a drinking-themed game show, and an archive series. They have also performed in various festivals in New Orleans and Chicago. They currently serve as an artist-in-residence at the Annoyance, where they perform every Wednesday evening on the theater’s mainstage. Learn more at www.huggableriot.com.
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