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Not All Cops Are Bad: A Solo Show
April 13 @ 9 pm - 10 pm
Join “Officer Scott Baker” as he visits The Comedy Loft to host a public relations meeting in an attempt to justify the “occasional abuse of power” by the department. He showcases the “human behind the uniform” through personal monologues, audience participation, and the analysis of national headlines. Officer Baker hopes to leave the citizens of Carlyle agreeing that Not All Cops Are Bad!
George McAuliffe’s one-man show combines satire, current events, and George’s unique imagination to give an equitable take on this hot button issue. This show is a Del Close Award Winner for “Best Scripted Show”.
George McAuliffe is an improviser and writer living in Los Angeles. He started in Chicago with the iO team Revolver and is a founding member of the critically acclaimed Chicago sketch group Sad On Vacation. He currently contributes writing to The Onion News Network. George has written and performed in pilots and films that have screened at the New York Television Festival, Sundance and South By Southwest Film Festivals. He has been a featured performer at TBS Just For Laughs Festival, in Bob Odenkirk’s Not Inappropriate Show and has written five critically acclaimed comedic plays at The Annoyance Theatre. George formerly performed with the Harold team Boy at iO West, The Blank Experience Sketch Show and Single’s Motel.
Tickets are $5, content for mature audiences