Rules and How to Break Them

The Sublime Theater presents the How-To Crew in its fifth original sketch comedy extravaganza, "Rules and How to Break Them," complete with song and dance.

Starring Glenn Reed, Katie Langwell, and Scott Fisher, and introducing Emily "New Val" Spreng, the comedy was written by Lisa Yoffee, choreographed by Kristi DeVille and directed by Steven Samuels.

In this world premiere produced by The Sublime Theater, the How-To Crew refuses to be constrained by the rules of civil discourse as they take on party behavior, the rules of the road, social media, classroom rules, board game rules, dinner expectations, sex outside of marriage, the Ten Commandments, KonMarie-ing your friends, the necessity of calling siblings on their birthdays, and more.

According to Samuels, The How-To series was born of our desire to re-conceive what sketch comedy can be by giving it a theme and continuity.  Their previous efforts have been met with rave reviews and sold-out houses, and 'Rules and How To Break Them' may be its strongest and funniest production yet.

The show plays Thursdays-Saturdays, June 20-29, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets to this show cost $15 and are available at the BeBe box office an hour before each performance or online at rules.brownpapertickets.com or www.thesublimetheater.org.

Due to limited seating, advance purchase is recommended.

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