From the producers of The Screw You Review
Wayburn Sassy's Blue Review
Directed by Douglas McGeoch
Production by Dewey Chaffee Enterprises, LLC
Elizabeth Maupin writes: Wayburn Sassy and his cohorts don't do things the proper way. Most performers know not to make rude jokes about Kwanzaa, or terrorists, or the blind. Most performers know not to go out into the audience and try to sit in a theater critic's lap, only to stop when said theater critic and her friend Jill are desperately whispering, "Don't do it! Don't do it!" But then most people don't have a personal wet nurse. And most people don't call their show The Screw You Revue. It's hard to tell you much of anything about The Screw You Revue without offending somebody or other. Certainly we have readers who are already offended by the title (I can hear my voicemail messages now), and those same folks would be offended by the fact that Wayburn gives the audience the finger whenever somebody groans at one of his especially noxious jokes. Certainly there are people who will be offended by Nurse Gracie's habit of admiring her breasts in the Glo Lounge's overhead mirrors or by Wayburn's habit of blasting anybody who's black, or deaf, or gay (especially gay). And Wayburn himself may be offended by the fact that his hair can be described as Bozo-the-clown-gone-white and his bushy eyebrows as resembling malnourished white mice. It's no good giving away Screw You's best gags, but you can rest assured that Wayburn Sassy is mad at everybody: "I'm not here to preach to you," he tells somebody in the audience, "but you know you're going to hell." Elizabeth Maupin can be reached at email@example.com or 407-420-5426.
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