Slate presents: “Unelectable You: The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue” at Stocker Arts Center

Slate Presents “Unelectable You – The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue” on Sept. 13 in the Hoke Theatre.

Whether you’re wearing red or blue, Slate presents: “Unelectable You: The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue.” This unique comedic experience will have you rolling in the aisles of Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center Hoke Theatre at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 13.

“Unelectable You” harnesses the cutting edge voice of Slate online magazine and Second City comedians to take aim at the election, the candidates, the spin, and even Slate itself through sketch comedy, improvisation and a whole lot of audience interaction.

Tickets are $40 for orchestra and $33 for mezzanine. Tickets for children 18 and under and LCCC students with a current ID are only $10. Tickets are available by calling (440) 366-4040, online at www.stockerartscenter.com or in person at the Stocker Arts Center box office. Valet parking is available for $5 per car.

In this new era of viral gaffes and social-media campaigning, of rebels preaching to the disenchanted on both sides of the aisle, who even knows what makes a presidential candidate electable anymore? Join Slate and The Second City as they attempt to figure it out. The result is a thoughtful, funny and completely self-aware evening that’s purely Second City, and purely Slate.

Learn more about this and other upcoming Stocker shows at www.stockerartscenter.com.

Slate presents: “Unelectable You: The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue” at Stocker Arts Center

Slate Presents “Unelectable You – The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue” on Sept. 13 in the Hoke Theatre.

Whether you’re wearing red or blue, Slate presents: “Unelectable You: The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue.” This unique comedic experience will have you rolling in the aisles of Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center Hoke Theatre at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 13.

“Unelectable You” harnesses the cutting edge voice of Slate online magazine and Second City comedians to take aim at the election, the candidates, the spin, and even Slate itself through sketch comedy, improvisation and a whole lot of audience interaction.

Tickets are $40 for orchestra and $33 for mezzanine. Tickets for children 18 and under and LCCC students with a current ID are only $10. Tickets are available by calling (440) 366-4040, online at www.stockerartscenter.com or in person at the Stocker Arts Center box office. Valet parking is available for $5 per car.

In this new era of viral gaffes and social-media campaigning, of rebels preaching to the disenchanted on both sides of the aisle, who even knows what makes a presidential candidate electable anymore? Join Slate and The Second City as they attempt to figure it out. The result is a thoughtful, funny and completely self-aware evening that’s purely Second City, and purely Slate.

Learn more about this and other upcoming Stocker shows at www.stockerartscenter.com.

Slate presents: “Unelectable You: The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue” at Stocker Arts Center

Slate Presents “Unelectable You – The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue” on Sept. 13 in the Hoke Theatre.

Whether you’re wearing red or blue, Slate presents: “Unelectable You: The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue.” This unique comedic experience will have you rolling in the aisles of Lorain County Community College’s Stocker Arts Center Hoke Theatre at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, September 13.

“Unelectable You” harnesses the cutting edge voice of Slate online magazine and Second City comedians to take aim at the election, the candidates, the spin, and even Slate itself through sketch comedy, improvisation and a whole lot of audience interaction.

Tickets are $40 for orchestra and $33 for mezzanine. Tickets for children 18 and under and LCCC students with a current ID are only $10. Tickets are available by calling (440) 366-4040, online at www.stockerartscenter.com or in person at the Stocker Arts Center box office. Valet parking is available for $5 per car.

In this new era of viral gaffes and social-media campaigning, of rebels preaching to the disenchanted on both sides of the aisle, who even knows what makes a presidential candidate electable anymore? Join Slate and The Second City as they attempt to figure it out. The result is a thoughtful, funny and completely self-aware evening that’s purely Second City, and purely Slate.

Learn more about this and other upcoming Stocker shows at www.stockerartscenter.com.

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