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An Intimate Discussion With Caitlyn Jenner, Kid Rock, & Waluigi

Modugno & Mallory Present the Future of Politics: an Intimate Discussion With Caitlyn Jenner, Kid Rock, and Waluigi

A LIVE COMEDY TALK SHOW
November 11
$5 at the door (cash and cards)
Doors at 7:30
Show at 8

Zaida Sanchez as Caitlyn Jenner
Rara Imler as Kid Rock
Rueben Medina as Waluigi

Modugno and Mallory are BACK with a new venue, a new show, and new geopolitical future! That’s right: POLITICS—the very fabric that holds a polite society together—are unraveling in new and terrifying ways and POLICY WONKS Modugno and Mallory are trying to make sense of it with THREE RISING STARS OF OUR NEW POLITICAL CLIMATE! We’ve got the future of politics with us tonight and WE CAN’T WAIT how many times they can STEER THIS CONVERSATION back towards everyone’s favorite subject: PRIVATE EMAIL SERVERS. That’s right! It’s 2017 but LET’S STILL TALK ABOUT THOSE EMAIL SERVERS. 

CAITLYN JENNER may have a gold medal in running, but will she end up RUNNING FOR OFFICE and will she be disappointed to find out THEY DON’T GIVE GOLD MEDALS FOR THAT? Everyone laughed at KID ROCK’S MUSIC CAREER, but will they take his political aspirations seriously? He might not be running this year, but will he end up saying “I wanna be a SENATOR baby” one day? WALUIGI is here, he’s real, and he’s probably going to be the head of the RNC soon enough so that’s pretty cool that we got him booked. Will he let us know if the system is fair or if WAAAAAH everybody is CHEATING!?

Democrat and Republicans ALIKE will finally REACH ACROSS THE AISLE to give each other a HIGH FIVE when they see the level of ADVANCED POLITICAL DISCOURSE gracing the stage at the Music Room. Even NATE SILVER can’t predict how WILD and FUN this ride will be. Make like Hillary Clinton and skip out on visiting the Rust Belt and come to this show INSTEAD.

The Music Room

327 Edgewood Ave Downstairs, Atlanta, GA 30312

 

Earlier Event: November 8
Write Club Atlanta: Come On Pilgrim
Later Event: November 12
Second Sunday Poetry Slam at Java Monkey